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  • Does your horse go too fast, or too slow?
  • Do they fall in towards the middle of a circle, or drift out of it?
  • Are they on their forehand and struggle to collect?
  • All too often we are told, or (even if we know better) we get frustrated, and kick or squeeze repeatedly to go faster, or just go at all. 
  • We pull to go slower (even when we know we shouldn't), especially if we are nervous or feel unsafe. 
  • And we push harder (and end up sore and tired) in an attempt to block our horses from drifting sideways, but it doesn't seem to get any better.
  • And sometimes it seems we are asked to do all three at the same time and we feel bad, but that must be how it's done.

The problem is, these are all symptoms of, a lack of balance. 

Riders HAVE to keep repeating the corrections, because they are not treating the cause.

You wouldn't expect that to be a big deal for a horse, they have four feet on the ground. But just like us, they are right or left handed and have a preferred way of moving.
When we ask them to move in a different way, it can be upsetting for them, both physically and mentally.

Some horses when they lose balance get faster and excited, others get slower and more careful.
They naturally have more weight on their forehand and tend to have more on their dominant (stronger) front leg.

These imbalances, which feel normal to them, make it hard for them to put their safety in our hands and listen to our request.

It doesn't feel right. Like someone making you write, with the wrong hand.

But in their mind, with possibly dire consequences.

I truly believe (from my 40+ years as a re-trainer of difficult horses) that most disobedience is caused by a lack of balance and that managing the symptoms (rather than the cause) contributes to the horse feeling the need to preserve what he feels is balanced (so he doesn't die), and the need to ignore us, or even say no, dangerously.

But it doesn't need to be this way. You can learn to assess your own horse's imbalances, and strategically choose exercises that work to supple and strengthen them. Gradually restoring true balance so the symptoms go away.

This is not new information, but it is often neglected, or misunderstood or may be new to you.
It is information that is required if you want your horse to progress to higher levels of training.


But it is just as important for the trail or pleasure horse.
Anytime a horse carries more weight on 1 or 2 legs, than on the others, they are contributing to wear and tear.
When we teach them to carry weight equally on all four feet, they will stay sound and happy, longer.

But it doesn't need to be this way. You can learn to assess your own horse's imbalances, and strategically choose exercises that work to supple and strengthen them. Gradually restoring true balance so the symptoms go away.

This is not new information, but it is often neglected, or misunderstood or may be new to you.
It is information that is required if you want your horse to progress to higher levels of training.


But it is just as important for the trail or pleasure horse.
Anytime a horse carries more weight on 1 or 2 legs, than on the others, they are contributing to wear and tear.
When we teach them to carry weight equally on all four feet, they will stay sound and happy, longer.

I have spent my lifetime helping difficult and dangerous horses, to feel better in their bodies, so they could get along with their riders.

Along the way I learned the best way to teach the horses, and the best way to teach their riders, and that there is no one sized fits all.

Each individual has to be evaluated, and exercises chosen that will help them to become their best self. 

While other people enjoy showing their horses and winning ribbons, I've always taken great pride and enjoyment in my ability to help people achieve their dreams, with their horse.

I have spent my lifetime helping difficult and dangerous horses, to feel better in their bodies, so they could get along with their riders.

Along the way I learned the best way to teach the horses, and the best way to teach their riders, and that there is no one sized fits all.

Each individual has to be evaluated, and exercises chosen that will help them to become their best self. 

While other people enjoy showing their horses and winning ribbons, I've always taken great pride and enjoyment in my ability to help people achieve their dreams, with their horse.

That's why I'm so excited to be able to offer you this opportunity to join me for

30 days to Build Better Balance.

A step-by-step introduction for riders that want to understand why their horse rides like it's front wheel is going to fall off.

And, how to Measure, Diagnose and Treat the causes, not just the symptoms. 

It's perfect for riders who desire a way to work With their horse, to improve their weaknesses, so they can both enjoy their rides more.

During our 30 days together you will learn:

what imbalances your horse has and how they are affecting the work you want him to do.

the best exercises to strengthen and supple your specific horse for better balance.

a simple way to measure and track your horses weaknesses and progress.

You'll finally be able to help them stop being:

  • too fast (Running through the bit)
  • too slow (Nappy)
  • falling into or out of a circle (Dropping a Shoulder)
  • on their forehand (Downhill)

During our 30 days together you will learn:

what imbalances your horse has and how they are affecting the work you want him to do.

the best exercises to strengthen and supple your specific horse for better balance.

a simple way to measure and track your horses weaknesses and progress.

You'll finally be able to help them stop being:

  • too fast (Running through the bit)
  • too slow (Nappy)
  • falling into or out of a circle (Dropping a Shoulder)
  • on their forehand (Downhill)

30 days to Better Balance is perfect for people who want to feel safer and perform better without having to Kick to go faster, Pull to go slower, or Push harder to block them drifting. 
So you and your horse can both, enjoy your time together!

Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up

This 30 day interactive online course will take place March 1st-30th, 2021

4 sections to diagnose and prescribe

Pinpoint the Problems, Fix the Flexion
Add to Your Accuracy, Polish the Performance

PDF to take to the arena for each lesson

Includes a diagram and notes of how to ride the exercise, and how to correct for that week.

Short video lessons

Average of 10 minutes each, to explain the exercise for that week.

Private community

Q&A, submit videos, discuss and get accountability.
I will review some videos in-depth, for extra learning.

Although we will work through each weeks lesson as a group, each horse and rider will have different aspects that they need to focus on. There is no one size fits all with horses.

This is where the strength of the community comes in. The more you share about what is happening with your horse, the more you will learn what they need.

The more time you can spend reading and commenting on other rider's posts, the better you will understand the materials and how they may apply to your horse, tomorrow.

Throughout the month there will be improvements in flexion, bend, tempo, straightness, control of the shoulders and hindquarters.

What Could Happen If You Don't Sign Up?

Well you could get lucky and the problems you've been having might disappear, well maybe.
But it's more likely that problems you are not yet aware of, will make it difficult to make progress.

Remember you need to work on the cause, not the symptoms.
Without this awareness, your horse will continue to get stronger on their strong side creating less suppleness, and more problems.

It's so exciting to know what your horse needs you to work on and that they will feel better for it. To be able to communicate with less, accomplish more and increase the enjoyment, for both of you.

  • Are you ready to finally learn why your horse rides like his front wheel is going to fall off?
  • How to Measure, Diagnose and Treat the causes, not just the symptoms?
  • How to improve their balance so you can Both enjoy your rides together?


Time is of the essence.
Although this course won't officially start until March 1st,

registration is open now for a limited time, at 90% off.


Only $27

includes 4 weekly lessons, 

and access to me in the community for all of March

 to answer your questions and help you find clarity.


Pricing Plan

If you'd like to purchase extras for your friends, CONTACT me.

regular PRICE

One full month of lessons and feedback to improve your horse's balance. Reducing stress and resistance while increasing performance.

$
197usd
  • 1 Year Access
  • Starts March 1st 2021
  • Access to Private Community
2021 Special early bird price

One full month of lessons and feedback to improve your horse's balance. Reducing stress and resistance while increasing performance.

$
27USD
  • 1 Year Access
  • Starts March 1st 2021
  • Access to Private Community
  • Limited Time Offer

Registration is full for March. Please signup for the waitlist for the next one.

I hope you’re as excited as I am. This is such an important subject for the enjoyment, performance and longevity of our horses. It is my honor, to be able to share it with you.

FAQ

How fast can I expect to see results?

Some people see results the second ride. The first step is awareness.

How much time is required?

You can watch and perform the exercises in the weekly lesson in about an hour. But, the more often you can work on them, the faster you will progress.

I don’t use 'name of tack'. Will this still work for me?

Usually, Yes. Although there is no specific gear you 'must' have to participate, recommendations may be made based on your horse's response.
I would recommend though that your choice of headgear allows for a direct connection to facilitate bend, rather than a leverage bit.

I already did other courses, will this still work for me?

Yes, there will be benefits to being in the course and community, even if you know everything I am going to teach, as knowing and doing are not the same.

I already bought your Working Equitation From Intro to Show course. How is this different?

Although there are similar lessons to these in that course, and it also has a community, the added benefit here is that the group will be going through together, working on the same lesson each week, so you can benefit from each other and it will help keep you accountable.

Can I share this with a friend?

You are encouraged to share the link to this page so they can sign up too.
If you'd like to purchase extras for your friends, you can sign them up, or CONTACT me.

ALLISON MAZURKIEWICZ

Tall Grass Horsemanship

It works for all levels and all horses.
It addressed the main weaknesses in execution of an obstacle and gave me tools to help myself as well as my horse.
I was able to improve my obstacle work by following the clear directions, that included video lessons and analysis in the supportive online community.
KRIS BLACKLOCK


Whether your new to Working Equitation or a seasoned competitor, the lessons heighten rider awareness and improve equine balance capabilities.
The course coaches riders/horses within a shared supportive and friendly environment & provides tips to boost your confidence as you progress thru the levels.

What Are You Waiting For?

  • We will use a simple obstacle pattern to diagnose what the symptoms are for your horse.
  • Together in the community we will identify the potential causes and additional solutions (exercises).
  • Regardless of your or your horse's level of training now, we will break the exercises down into manageable steps.
  • You will learn to measure and track your progress., and modify exercises as needed to work on the underlying cause.
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