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Event ID 121488

Equestrian Franklin Method Sessions


Start Date: Mon 21 Sep 2020
End Date: Wed 23 Sep 2020

Contact Details:

Clare Gangadeen
Phone: 07920445979
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These 45min sessions will take place on a private yard within a brand new 60 x 20 sand and fibre arena. Social Distancing will be applied. £30 per session. To book, email: [email protected] The sessions explore any issues in your posture and/or challenges with your performance that you may be experiencing and because the Franklin Method offers riders immediate feedback they are able to quickly see improvements in their and their horse's way of going. A little about Clare: Founder of RiderCise® is a Soft Tissue Therapist, Personal Trainer, and Rider of over 20 years. With her skills, knowledge, and extensive fitness industry experience, RiderCise® provides Online Rider Fitness and Conditioning Programmes, specifically designed to improve fitness, strength, mobility, stability, and balance in the saddle. Clare works with many riders of all levels in multiple disciplines from the everyday leisure rider to Advanced Dressage Riders, Eventers and the Tevis Cup and Mongolian Derby competitors across the world, helping riders become more aware and in control of their bodies to improve the way that they move with their horses and competition success. As one of the few Certified and Insured Instructors in the UK for the Equestrian Franklin Ball Method, Clare is providing private mounted sessions to help riders become more aware of not only their own movement but also the movement of your horse. The Franklin Method uses a variety of balls and resistance bands to provide a sensory aid which is used in conjunction with Imagery to direct the riders' attention and create a clear focus on the riders specific issue (only feeling one seat bone, tight shoulders, forward neck, unbalanced, one leg longer/looser, uneven rein contact etc). Online Rider Specific Training Programmes will also be available to those who would like further improve any rider weakness or imbalances that they may uncover