Applied Posture Riding

Applied Posture Riding (APR) trains riders to ride with a strong core, a flexible lower back and gain precise posture control and balance.

Training "The Fundamentals of Riding With Your Core", not only core strength but HOW TO  apply these new skills in the saddle. I am now able to offer my course as an online mentoring program.

After training in Rider Biomechanics a lady said: "I don't know how I rode without this knowledge? I did Pilates but I could not figure out how to use it riding".

Pilates has become popular in the equestrian world. However, Pilates does not teach you how to transfer core strength into use in the saddle. Pilates teaches "Neutral Spine" only. Riders need to have the core strength in "Non-Neutral Spine" as well.

Riding Instructors can teach you "what the correct riding posture is" but they can not teach you How To use Your Core.

Personal Trainers and exercise classes do not target the riding muscles, and in some cases, the routines riders are following can cause more harm than good.

Learn this skill from an expert and train correctly from the start.

Pain is a signal, not a challenge!

Back pain is a major feature for riders and the core is directly affected when a rider is in pain.

  • I have been injured, I know what pain is.
  • I have had three children I know what time poor and frustration are.
  • I have competed at an elite level I know what success feels like.
  • I know how it feels to Look Good Feel Good and Ride Well. 
  • I am a Physiotherapist and I was an elite rider.
  • My mission is to teach riders HOW TO Look Good Feel Good and Ride Well.
  •  Along with my Rider Training Mentoring Program, I prescribe "Rider Helpers" such as braces and Core Support Products.Core Support BreechesHigh Waist For Woman 2

Applied Posture Riding is more than just a few exercises!

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