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Horses As Partners in Powerful Coaching
Since the concept of Virtual Coaching is so new in the horse world, I thought it would be a good idea to discuss how the average rider can benefit by adding it to their current training program. It should be used as a supplement, to enhance and deepen your understanding of the concepts you are learning in your program with your own trainer.
Say you are currently working on improving your sitting trot in your lessons at home. You can use Virtual Coaching to discuss what you are doing exactly to improve your sitting trot, what you feel is working, and what is not - and find out why those things are working or not working. You will also be able to get new ideas and exercises to try for any issue that you are working on. And of course the support and camaraderie of the group is always a welcome addition as well!
Virtual Coaching is a little like a college course on the subject of riding. And knowledge is power! A solid understanding of the "hows" and the "whys" of fundamental concepts and exercises is what turns a rider into a horseman (or horsewoman!).
Meredith Manor International Equestrian Center is located in Waverly West Virginia. This is a two year private for-profit college that specializes in equine studies for both men and women. Meredith Manor International Equestrian Center places a great amount of emphasis on educational courses in teaching, training, horse health, massage therapy, breeding, business, and riding. Students who complete this program will be able to influence a horse to higher levels of mental and physical accomplishments.
Meredith Manor is an accredited trade school that has programs ranging from three to eighteen months. These programs are designed for students who are serious about becoming equine professionals. All of the programs and courses are designed specifically to prepare the students for a successful equine career. Students are involved with daily hands on activities along with class work. There are usually only 60 to 80 students enrolled at a time. This allows each student to get the individual attention that they need to be successful.
Besides riding horses, students are required to participate in a variety of different classes. The classes that students will have to take are:
· Farrier school
· Two dormitories
· Offices and staff residences
Meredith Manor is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), licensed by the State College System of West Virginia, approved for veterans benefits, and is approved by the US department of Immigration to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. These accreditations provided credibility to Meredith Manor graduates and they allow students who are enrolled in 36 week programs to apply for federal financial aid including Pell grants, direct subsidized and unsubsidized loans, Stafford loans, and Plus loans for those who qualify.
Graduates of the Meredith Manor programs will be able to be employed in any equine related field that they choose. Some of the fields that are available for graduates include dressage, jumping, western and versatility specialties.