Classical Dressage Club with Sheelagh Myers is a fantastic opportunity for those wanting to take that next step in their riding and really perfect the art.

 

Classical Dressage Club presents: Cakes and Classical with Sheelagh Myers

 

*Starting on the 15th of April!*

Please note this 4-week course will only run on a minimum of six bookings

Dates: 

16th April 1.30 - 5.30

23rd April 1.30 - 5.30

30th April 1.30 - 5.30

07th May 1.30 - 5.30

Theory – This Theoretically based session is delivered by Sheelagh Myers. Delving into the world of classical dressage this club aims to improve your knowledge of the art of classical riding. It will benefit you by taking structured steps in improving your skills whether it be from a coaching level, professional or hobbyist viewpoint anyone can benefit from these sessions regardless of their level and current ability. Sessions are booked in four-week blocks to ensure consistent progress is made throughout. The theoretical session includes an observation of three groups of riders two in each session. Sheelagh Myers will instruct them whilst giving feedback. It is a fantastic opportunity to watch others, peer assess and ask questions. This creates a lot of feedback helping to develop your knowledge. Afterwords we will move into the review portion of the class. This is where cakes and coffee are available at no extra cost. Then an open discussion will begin reviewing the observations made and going covering anything that was seen in the lesson. This is an opportunity to touch on the following session goals and objectives.

Ridden and Theory - This Theoretical and practical based session is delivered by Sheelagh Myers. Delving into the world of classical dressage this club aims to improve your knowledge of the art of classical riding. It will benefit you by taking structured steps in improving your skills whether it be from a coaching level, professional or hobbyist viewpoint anyone can benefit from these sessions regardless of their level and current ability. Sessions are booked in four-week blocks to ensure consistent progress is made throughout. You will ride in one of the three groups of two and watch the other two groups ride. Sheelagh Myers will instruct you whilst giving feedback to those not riding and vice versa. It is a fantastic opportunity to watch others, peer assesses, and ask questions and have instruction on your own riding abilities. This creates a lot of feedback helping to develop your knowledge. Afterwords we will move into the review portion of the class. This is where cakes and coffee are available at no extra cost. Then an open discussion will begin reviewing the observations made and going covering anything that was seen in the lesson. This is an opportunity to touch on the following session goals and objectives and the changes or continuity Sheelagh would like you to do to improve your riding.