Course #1 - Introductory Equine Ergonomics - Stouffville, ON

September 12th, 2018 - September 13th, 2018 | Stouffville, Ontario - Canada

Course #1 – Introductory Equine Ergonomics

Instructor: Jochen Schleese, CMS, CSE

This 2-day course is the first step (of 2) to become an Equine Ergonomist and is suited for equine professionals and interested equestrians.

Curriculum Topics:

  • Includes both theoretical classroom instruction and in-barn hands-on demos and practice
  • Philosophy of Saddlefit 4 Life
  • Intro to historical and technological aspects, the anatomy of horse and rider, saddle support area, ‘reflex’ points resulting in negative reactions
  • Static saddle fit to horse and demo of dynamic saddle fit evaluation

Course Duration: 2 days (8:30 am  – 5:00 pm)

Date: Sep. 12-13th – Course #1
* You may wish to combine Course #1 with Courses#2-#3 immediately following for 7 days combined (please inquire about pricing options).

Recommendation: We recommend that you read ‘Suffering in Silence’ by Jochen Schleese prior to starting the course.

Course #1 is a prerequisite to Course #2-#3.

Cost: $597 CDN + HST – Early Bird Discount: $497
** Registration Information will be requested once you have completed your shopping cart and before payment is processed.

Instruction:

  • Theoretical Classroom Instruction
  • Practical in-barn Demonstrations and hands-on practice
  • Curriculum Workbook
  • Saddle Fit Checklist Kit

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I was an emancipated woman – or so I thought – and as such, I should be able to ride in any saddle. That was my mindset until I actually felt the difference between a saddle made for men and one made for women. Without exaggeration, this was truly an eye-opening experience. I rode so naturally without making any effort to have my legs hang straight down where they were supposed to be, and I felt the movement as one with my horse. Since then, as a trainer I often think that a saddle that is correctly fitted to my students would definitely help some of their position issues.

— Nicole Kunzel, Classical Riding Trainer, Hanover Germany

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