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January 27, 2015

So Heather, what exactly is it that you do and how can you help me?

GloriousThese are questions I answer often so, as you may be wondering the same thing, I thought I would share the answers with you here.

What I do is I teach you how to move with ease and how to take this ease onto your horse to ride with comfort and confidence so you can fully enjoy all of your favorite horse activities.

My work is a totally different way of relating to riding that is unlike anything you have ever heard before, and enables you to take a quantum leap to creating the life you want with your horse... a life that you deserve.

If you struggle to ride, if your riding skills have plateaued or if you want to ride with refinement, but despite all your efforts you remain stuck, then this is something for you.

I show you your way of moving that creates the difficulty and what you can do instead so it can be easy.

I share with you what is causing instability and how to create balance and let it be steady.

I teach you how to replace tension with subtlety so you can develop feel and self-trust.

I translate what your riding instructor is asking you to do and show you how to do it.


Heather, how can I shift my way of riding when I feel so stuck and frustrated?

Riders often ask me this because they have heard they have to have a positive attitude even though they are not enjoying their riding experiences.

I say it’s the best time to start this process because you are in touch with struggle and the emotion of it, this is not an intellectual process, because as I have said it is a unique way of relating to riding.
For changes to happen you want it to be a whole body experience so you can feel the difference, so actually, your frustration is your biggest opportunity to create a fabulous learning and riding experience.



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