Anatomy & Biomechanics of Riding Clinic Series (Union Bridge, MD)
Saturday, February 27th
Saturday, March 27th
Saturday, April 25th
9:00-10:30 Unmounted Awareness*
10:45-12:15 Group 1 Mounted Session
12:30-1:30 Lunch (provided by Playland Farm)
1:30-3:00 Group 2 Mounted Session
3:30-4:00 Wrap-up and Questions
COST $125/day (Fee includes stall with bedding for the day, lunch and snacks.
10% discount available to PVDA and USPC members OR for those pre-registering for all 3 clinics.
Don't have a horse? Playland school horses are available on a limited basis for $10/day. This fee is waived with the pre-registration and payment of all 3 clinics.
Auditing includes participation in the unmounted awareness session, observing each mounted group, and lunch for only $65!
LOCATION Playland Farm
TO SIGN UP, contact glenda@playlandequestriancenter Glenda!
MORE: Glenda has taught through out the United States and abroad. She has a unique approach to teaching that enables each rider to perform at their optimal level. She believes that the horse and rider 'mirror each other,' and therefore focuses attention on rider position and biomechanics to improve the horse's movement and training. She is a student of applied anatomy and biomechanics, and utilizes her continuing education both in her riding and instructing. Glenda particularly enjoys instructing in a clinic format. A clinic day is split between unmounted activities and riding. 'Unmounted Awareness' is oriented towards achieving a higher awareness of one's own habits and biomechanics, thus aiding each individual rider to a heightened performance once re-mounted. Group sessions allow everyone to learn from each other in a positive and encouraging environment. These are fun and enlightening days!
*Unmounted awareness lessons use tools (ie.-physio balls, small trampolines, etc.) to simulate correct riding form and use of aids.