Centered Riding Open Clinic & Instructor Update
Clinician: Lucile Bump, Senior Centered Riding Instructor Level IV
Lucile is one of Centered Riding’s most senior clinicians,having been one of Sally Swift’s first apprentices. She is a kind and conscientious teacher who remains very true to the original principles of Centered Riding.
Muirfield Riding Therapy
West Fenton, North Berwick, East Lothian, EH39 5AL, Scotland, UK
Monday 15th – Thursday 18th October 2018
Places available for:
Instructor Update (for CR Instructors, must be currently certified with Centered Riding, or wishing to re-certify) £425 including lunches & refreshments. (Fully booked)
Open Clinic – 4 days, morning unmounted work on body awareness, centering & breathing, led by Lucile Bump followed by riding in small groups with Lucile. Open to all riders. £425 including lunches and refreshments. Spaces available
2 day places may be available @ £225. Please call or email to discuss.
Student Riders - 4 days, morning unmounted work on body awareness, centering & breathing, led by Lucile Bump followed by a private ridden session with an updating Instructor. Open to all riders. £225 including lunches and refreshments. (Fully booked)
Bring your own horse, or horse hire available
Muirfield's facilities are excellent. There is a large, airy indoor arena, a warm comfortable classroom and a coffee room overlooking the arena. There is ample parking for cars and horseboxes/trailers and the venue is surrounded by the beautiful countryside of East Lothian.
Centered Riding gatherings are always very relaxed, supportive, happy times, ideal if you want to find out what it's all about, or if you've done a bit and want to expand your understanding. There is a limited amount of overnight stabling/turnout if you'd like to bring your own horse, and daytime accommodation is also available.
(There is a separate charge for this.)
Please contact me by e-mail or phone if you would like to know more.
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