I have been involved in the equestrian industry for many years as a dressage, and show jumping coach. I teach adults, working on-line as well as face to face with clients. Currently, I teach on a freelance basis, and run on-line webinars.
Being a psychotherapist (BA (Hons), my aim is to help riders to unleash their potential by understanding the psychology of their relationship with their horse. I specialise in coaching riders to improve confidence and to help them to overcome fear, often the resulting from the trauma of riding accidents, building upon my own personal experience.
I teach adults all over the UK, and am willing to travel for clinics.
My Riding History:
From a riding school background, I gained BHS qualifications, and later trained in Germany as a Bereiter, becoming an accomplished show jumper, and dressage rider. This involved training and competing horses at all levels up to Grand Prix, which I continued to do once back in the UK. I have experience of dressage to music, particularly Quadrille riding, having reached the final at Olympia in 2000.
As an author, I have written Equestrian books, plus produced the series of Claire Lilley Training Programme DVDs, details of which are on www.clairelilley.com
For details on my other profession as Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, please go to: www.wiltshire-wellbeing.co.uk