2019 Rider's Seat Clinic
Michigan Equine Therapy is thrilled to present the Rider's Seat Clinics with
International Clinician Tom Nagel.
Tom's speciality is teaching riders how to achieve and maintain an independent seat which is the 'essence of Centered Riding'. It is no coincidence that the foreward in his book was written by the late Sally Swift.
The Rider's Seat Clinics will be hosted by Visual Equestrian and held at the Grant Farm in Fenton MI.
Thursday/Friday July 25-26, 2019
UPDATED INFO: We are hosting a reception on Thursday after the clinic to show the film: If Horses Could Speak, a documentary on correct biomechanics and classical dressage principles that support horse health.
Riders of all levels and disciplines will benefit from the development of an independent seat. Last year we had a wide range of riders from beginner through FEI level, adult amateur and professional. Each rider came away with new knowledge, skills and body awareness making them a more secure and proficient rider.
This clinic is highly interactive and intimate to allow for personalized and individual attention for each rider. We limit each clinic to a maximum of 12 participants.
Clinic format includes morning sessions of lecture, demonstration, floor exercises, and individual body alignment work. Afternoon sessions are small groups of riders applying the morning's lessons to riding. Day two builds on and expands upon the first day's learnings, so it is necessary to commit to both days of the clinic.
We have a block of rooms reserved at
Best Western of Hartland
Address: 10087 M-59, Hartland, MI 48353
Phone: (810) 632-7177
Ask for the 'Rider Seat Clinic' Rates.
Rooms will be held until June 24, 2019. Unbooked rooms will be released on this date.
The PDF button to the left contains the enrollment form. Click on it to download the form.
Click on the PDF file above to download the enrollment application.