Esther will be presenting her clinics "Finding your Unicorn" and "Learning how to teach" at the Red Barn Equestrian, Alexandra Walter-Rath in Dawson Creek, B.C., Canada this summer.
If you are working or volunteering in the field of Adaptive / Therapeutic and are seeking a way to expand your knowledge, these clinics might be just what you are looking for:
Of course the horse plays a central role in Adaptive / Therapeutic Riding, but how do you find the best horse to fit your program?
Once you found it, how can you maintain and enhance the potential of your equine partner?
Adaptive/ Therapeutic Riding Instructors are working with lots of different people who are challenged by various medical conditions.
Clearly everybody has different needs, but how can I adapt my teaching and communication style to the needs of my students?
How can I provide a high quality lesson that is tailored to my individual rider?
Adaptive/ Therapeutic Riding is a wonderful recreational activity that enhances the rider´s personal development and is beneficial to their health. Instructors are often confronted with various medical terminologies and conditions, but what do they all mean and how can I tailor my Adaptive / Therapeutic Riding lesson to the needs of the individual student?
If you are interested in hosting one of Esther´s clinics - please do not hesitate to contact us.