The session starts with a biomechanics assessment. The rider wears a bodywarmer with the “domino” markers on it and then ride down the centre line away from the camera. The videos are run through the software, which produces a report and an animated video. The system builds a 3D model of the rider as a stick figure which shows how the rider was moving with the horse – straight/crooked/tipping forward/dropping or twisting their shoulders. So they can quickly tell the areas that are great or that need improvement! The focus of the coaching is to improve position and posture in order to make you a more effective rider. We won’t be working on the horse’s way of going, but very often we see a big improvement anyway, just from making a few rider adjustments. To finish another biomechanics assessment to highlight the improvement made during the coaching session. Sometimes, depending on the issue, things can’t be “fixed” in a single session. In these cases, suggestions will be made on how to target any particular areas of weakness.
Normally, people get assessed in trot and canter, but it’s completely up to you. You will be on-horse the whole time. You will get both a report and the video of yourself as a 3D stick figure. You will see these reports/videos in the session and then you will get a copy by email.
Covid 19 Any concerns please contact Frances directly. email@example.com All who book will receive notifications of up to date guidelines.
You will receive an email confirmation of your entry and payment.
Cost including indoor arena at Park Farm Oakley
£55 for a one-to-one (45 mins)
£38pp for a shared (max 2 people, 1 hr)
All bookings and payments to be made on-line via myridinglife.
In order to ensure safety at all times we would ask you to arrive knowing things will be very different here at WRC but this is for your and our committee’s safety. We will require you to be kind and courteous to everyone at all times and understand that they are putting in procedures that they have to due to the current circumstances.
Anyone involved or attending the WRC training who is symptomatic or suspects they have been exposed to the virus does not take part and remains at home. If you do have symptoms after the event you must inform the organiser.The following procedures and rules have been put in place:
1. Horses can be transported to venues freely, but anyone involved in helping with the travelling must be from the same household only. This also applies when travelling by car. Where participants are under-18, a parent or guardian may be present for the training sessions for safeguarding purposes, but must adhere to social distancing and hygiene requirements. Helpers must remain in the lorry park.
2. When you arrive on site please stick to the car park and do not venture into other areas of the yard. Leave plenty of space between yourself and other lorries/trailers.
3. Limited numbers of people are being allowed onto site at anyone time.
4. You must arrive no more than 20 minutes before your time and leave no more than 20 minutes after you have finished.
5. Strict time keeping must be adhered to.
6. No bathroom facilities are available.
7. Please bring equipment to remove your horse droppings from the car park and take them home with you. No hay to be left outside trailer/lorry.
8. You must maintain current social distancing and hygiene practices.
9. You must follow current government guidelines.
10. Please bring adequate provisions of food and water for humans and horses – none will be available on site.
11. There should be no more than 6 people in total including the trainer and committee member during the training with social distancing at all times. Please DO NOT bring spectators. Helpers must remain in the car during the training.
12. Please can all helpers use the non-touch hand sanitizer provided on entering the large arena.
13. You must consider the risk of your activity and ride your horse in the area safe to do so and within your capabilities and fitness levels for you and your horse.