Diane Sept, Washington, U.S.A.
Back to Basics Equine Awareness
Valley, Washington, U.S.A.
Diane about Connected Riding
"I appreciate that Connected Riding asks us to take responsibility for ourselves and our horses. It also positively supports 'wishes becoming reality' through sensible, realistic handling of our students and horses. Connected Riding and groundwork provides the balance that allows people and horses to continually grow, improve and enjoy the wonder of the horse and human connection."
What Diane offers in her program
Local training, boarding and lesson program as well as clinics around the U.S. Specializes in work with smooth-gaited breeds (39 years!). Licensed judge for smooth-gaited and open breed shows. In conjunction with Connected Riding and Groundwork, complementary bodywork/energy work such as T.T.E.A.M. (Tellington Touch Equine Awareness Method). Use of imagery for easier understanding concepts used in riding and handling of horses. Trailer loading, equipment fitting and evaluation, gaming, horse and rider evaluations, judging open, 4-H, and Tennessee Walking Horse shows. Has a small training and boarding facility with an outdoor arena and round pen and access to a nearby indoor arena.
Connected Riding teaching and training preferences
One on one, small groups, clinic and lesson days, group talks, demonstrations and horse expo presentations. Will travel internationally.
Connected Riding Senior Instructor Clinician
Has worked with Peggy since 1990
Independent Judges' Association Judge
Senior IJA Gaited Dressage Judge
Friends of Sound Horses (FOSH) member