I base my work on the principles of classical dressage,liberty training, as well as starting a horse to saddle andits schooling using either a bitted or bitless bridle.

Training sessions are based on the following principles:
  • Effective leading and establishing trust
  • Relaxation
  • Freedom of movement, finding riding balance and carrying strength
  • Lightness and willingness
  • Subtle communication
  • Awareness and connection
In the training sessions, kinesiologicalprinciples and each horse’s ethological characteristics are taken into account. The training consists of a combination of techniques carried out in intervals: groundwork, liberty training, longeing, and under saddle work. Horse schoolingis varied and consists of manege activities, dressage, working with cavaletti, and carrying out small jumps, as well astrail riding on different terrains. The horse thus develops its potential to be a healthy, balanced, and willing partner.

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