Take your time Eileen, gosh youâ€™ve got your work cut out for you! Good luck!
I know all about that by the wayâ€¦
With ref to the AND clinic, I only received about five emails from people who wanted to come and only one would ride so I did not think there were enough people . Once we are settled at our new place we intend to run lots of courses and clinics and would hope to get local people interested this would add to the numbers.
That would be best. What most of my clinic organisers do (and seems to work best) is set up a date(s), we put that up on various websites www.josepha.info
, and other relevant websites like their own.
Then you could hang posters which we send to you at several stables etc. and send round e-mails.
Often when a clinic is up on www.josepha.info
people from your area will mail you to ask to attend.
Josepha you could fly to East Midlands for under Â£100 and as we would collect and redeliver you to the airport that is all the cost you would have. This would help to keep the cost of the clinic down and be affordable for more people once the move is complete I will do some research to see how many people in my area are interested in finding out more about
You know, that is actually less expensive then a 3 hour drive for a clinic in Holland, Belgium or Germany so, that would prove to be an affordable clinic :
If you are happy to talk to non AND people and show them what we do then
ha ha ! I think there is a 1% AND member clinic rate. I am not used to give a clinic to an all pure AND audienceâ€¦ wouldnâ€™t that be a treat ha ha !
No, by all means, it makes no difference to me whom I teach. For the riding though I usually call it Natural Academic Riding Art, as that says more what it is about. The riding and groundwork is mostly about biomechanics & instinct within the gymnasium for a healthy and happy (riding) horse.
So, when your settled, we can set a date if you like.
But indeed we could come to an other area as well, UK is not that far and cheaper to come by it seems then Holland by car.