Following the success of our first two sessions with elite equestrian physio Andy Thomas I’m delighted that we now have further sessions planned for this year.[Read more…] about Andy Thomas to return
I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be moving to a beautiful new yard on the 25th April where I will be providing training and coaching sessions in a high quality outdoor arena. Heathers Farm, in The Haven, near Horsham, West Sussex, will also be home to my liveried horses.
We had a fantastic first visit from elite equestrian physio Andy Thomas from Event Physio on March 23rd. Andy did unmounted assessments using his TESTT method for 10 riders, helping correct muscle activity imbalances and leaving everyone with exercises to do to help achieve greater symmetry. The event also allowed attendees to have a sneaky peak at my future base in The Haven, nr Rudgwick! We are all looking forward to his next visit on May 21stwhere he’ll be offering both initial rider assessments and follow up treatment sessions for those who’ve already been assessed. Due to popular demand, there are waiting list spaces only – contact me via messenger or email@example.com to get on the waiting list or to join the list for his next visit.[Read more…] about Achieving Greater Symmetry
I’m delighted to be hosting elite equestrian physio Andy Thomas on March 23rd for an off-horse rider assessment and treatment clinic. 1:1 sessions are 45 minutes long and all ages levels and disciplines of riding are welcome. Location is Horsham area (venue tbc) and the day runs from 08:00-16:30. Due to popular demand, there are waiting list spaces only – contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the waiting list or to join the list for his next visit on 21st May. Future dates to be announced soon where there will be the option of initial and follow up treatment sessions.
Sarah Sjoholm-Patience gave a dressage demonstration at the Epsom Riding for the Disabled Group on Saturday 10th November, which raised over £1,000 for the charity. Demonstrating dressage training with a young horse through to advanced medium, the event attracted over 60 spectators. The charity provides disabled people with the opportunity to ride and benefit both their health and wellbeing.
Sam O’Dwyer was kind enough to lend me her lovely mare Keystone Duchess for a demo in support of The Brooke charity, held at Plumpton College. We ran through the basics of training and making improvements in horses, followed by a question and answer session