Joan Thompson About Connected Riding
Connected Riding is profound because it not only provides the most respectful and supportive approach for the horses we ride, but also influences us in our daily lives. It’s holistic and encourages our own physical health and healthy “connections” with other people in our lives. I appreciate also that safety and integrity are major values in the Connected Riding community, enabling horses and humans to learn without pain, discomfort, fear, or shame.
What Her Program Offers
Outdoor arena, trails and provides Connected Riding clinics and courses.
Connected Riding Teaching Preferences
One-on-one, small groups, lesson and clinic days, presentations, and assisting at horse expos. Travels regularly to teach at local facilities.
- Connected Riding Practitioner 2
- Member, Oregon Dressage Society
- Master of Arts in Teaching