"Finding Jane was a turning point for me, before that I literally struggled for years - tying myself in knots - trying to do what I thought was the right thing. Jane's instruction certainly put me on the right track and fast. "
My teaching system has developed over many years. I have always been interested in how to improve the rider so that they can help their horse. I have had many, many influences over the years and I have taught riders of various levels - from complete beginners to very experienced competition riders - both in the UK and Australia.
I particularly enjoy teaching people who have lost confidence, people who are returning to riding after a long break and people who have physical issues that need to be worked around.
I believe that all learning should be enjoyable and fun. As much as is possible, learning to ride - or improving your riding - should not be complicated. My aim is to always explain what I mean in the simplest way possible.
Please take the time to read the testimonials on this page – these are just a sample of what I have received over the years.
I hope you let me help you in your quest to ride as well as you can.
"I got back to riding after a long break (to have a family) and was very disappointed with how much harder it seemed to be now that my body had changed somewhat. Jane help me to understand and to work with those changes rather than against them. Such a revelation!"
New and experienced riders, riders that have reached a 'road block, (sitting trot for example is a common road block), riders with old injuries, riders with actual disabilities, returning riders (after a long break for a career and/or to have a family). Pretty much anyone who rides and/or teaches other riders!
The reason this list is so long is because this information is not available elsewhere, so you are very unlikely to have come across it before. It is a very fresh approach that is the result of my many years of teaching riders of all levels.
Riders that already have fantastic position and balance - however, even the best riders will learn new ways of explaining things to their clients if they teach.
In fact, the best riders often have the most problem with explaining how they ride, because to them it is relatively easy. This is because they ride without having to think about what they are doing and therefore find it hard to explain to other riders.
So learning how to explain it can be a good idea!
I have had many experienced riders in my clinics over the years that have gained a LOT of knowledge from my fresh approach!
There are 6 modules which contain a total of 50 position checks and solutions plus 18 lessons. Of course, every rider is different but it will take some time to read the material and them some time to carry out the checks and the lessons.
The modules follow a logical sequence each one building on the last, this course literally has you covered from head to toe!
Allow a couple of hours each week and you should get through the course in a few months.
However, it is best not to think of it as having an end date, you would be better off dipping back in on a regular basis to check for updates and additions and to run through the checks and lessons again.
How does instantly sound? As soon as you click the button to enroll, I’ll be in your inbox with your login info so you can hop immediately into The Horse Rider's Mechanic Course.
Once in there you will also see a link to the exclusive online community group, so you can jump inside and begin chatting with like-minded go-getters, see what’s working for them, and ask me any questions you may have.
Absolutely! There is so much you can be doing right now that will help you to ride much better when you do eventually get your own horse. Or if you never end up owning your own horse, any horse you do ride in the future will benefit hugely from what you learn on this course!
Regardless of the type of riding that you do (Dressage, Western, 'Natural Horsemanship', 'pleasure riding', 'happy hacker' etc. etc. the fundamentals are the same. You need to have a stable and independent seat and you need to be balanced. So don't worry, The Horse Rider's Mechanic course is for you!
This course does not offer one-on-one coaching with myself - Jane Myers (AKA The Horse Rider's Mechanic). However, you do get access to my expertise in the exclusive online community group where I can answers all of your questions.
You can post photos and videos in there too!
The Horse Rider's Mechanic course is a single purchase download. This means that it is a one person per course. I am thrilled you are excited about this course and love that you want to share it, but everyone needs to purchase their own materials.
Yes, there is a 30 day money back - no questions asked - guarantee :) on the PDF books version of the course. If you buy the paperback version you will get all of your money back - minus the printing and postage costs of the books.