Ruth Dickens: BHS II (registered and insured), UK Sports Council level 3 coach, NLP Practitioner, Successful competitor in all three affiliated disciplines of Eventing, Show Jumping and Dressage, British Eventer to CCI* International 3 day level, specialist in coaching.....
**SEE THE UPDATE FOLLOWING RUTH'S APPEARANCE AT YOUR HORSE LIVE 2011**
More than that, she is someone who remembers how to have FUN with horses!!!
Ruth has studied British Equestrianism, Western Riding and with more “Natural” horse people. She specialises in assisting horses and riders become confident within themselves, each other and their environment, and offers help with whatever YOU wish to achieve..............
..........Clients observe that often I am an “interpreter” between horse and rider, clearing up misunderstandings and misconceptions. I use an approach where the rider is encouraged to objectively listen to their own inner guidance to see where they and their horse are at, and to then plan safe and progressive development. When a person tries to press on and disregard their fears and feelings it is counterproductive, there can’t be anything much more damaging than being devalued and disregarded by your own self!
For further information about Ruth please visit her website Upbeat Equestrian
For further details of Ruth's clinics at Sykehouse Arena & Training Centre please telephone 01405 745231 or email Info
YOUR HORSE LIVE 2011
Ruth has just returned from speaking at the Your Horse Live Equestrian Event held at Stoneleigh.
Ruth was invited to speak on the subject of 'Confidence' and she chose to concentrate on the subject of Riding on the Roads with Confidence. Ruth says 'it was a great honour to speak as one of the Your Horse experts. The talks at the 'Improve your Riding Zone' were busy. It seems that in these modern times riding on the roads is something that can cause a confidence dip, and I was delighted to offer advise and assistance to so many people. Ruth gave three talks over the two day event, organised by the popular national monthly magazine 'Your Horse'.
Picture courtesy of Emma Reeve.