Small group exercise classes help you improve your posture, balance, coordination, and flexibility, and have fun doing so!
Riding lessons help find your supported posture allowing you to move with your horse in a logical, rhythmic, and balanced way.
A discussion of what it takes to ride well, this book includes basic human anatomy, off-horse exercises, rider stories, and health implications.
Take time to care for yourself as a rider-athlete, and enjoy your equine partner for years to come.
I am attending the 2014 IDEA Fitness Conference, since this year it is being held in my back yard – Seattle. I hope to come away inspired with new concepts in movement and mind-body health. Stay tuned!
I’ll be returning to Starr Valley Farm, Beth Anderson Ness’s barn outside Gig Harbor, WA, on Friday March 14. The tentative plan is an afternoon of private riding lessons. Contact Beth Ness for more information: Beth Ness <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I’ll be flying to Missoula, MT to teach the area Pony Clubbers March 28-30. We’ll start on Friday evening, March 28, with an off-horse seminar including a ball/mat class. The remaining weekend will be filled with riding lessons. Take advantage of my Pony Club reduced rates! Contact Wendi Livoni for information: Wendy Livoni <email@example.com>
I’ll return to Anne Appleby’s Creekside Farm in Olympia, WA with bells on! On Thursday, March 20, there will be some afternoon/evening riding lessons followed by an unmounted ball/mat class. Friday March 21 and Saturday March 22 will be filled with riding lessons. Contact Anne for more information or to schedule: Anne Appleby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am looking forward to visiting Texas later this month. Hopefully it will be warmer there than here! I’ll be arriving in the afternoon of Friday February 28, 2014. We plan a 1.5 hour off-horse ball/mat class that evening. The following Saturday and Sunday (March 1-2, 2014) I’ll teach mounted riding lessons. Contact Mimi Haddad […]
I look forward to going to the Gig Harbor, WA area to teach at Beth Anderson Ness’s lovely Starr Valley Farm on Friday afternoon, January 31, 2014 Contact Beth Ness for information: Beth Ness <email@example.com>