Equestrians: This is the Most Important Information for Your Riding and Jumping Performance on the Web
If you are an equestrian you know riding requires athletic agility and stamina for both rider and horse. Since the horse responds directly to your emotions and commands, it also requires that you remain calm while performing in front of a crowd. Add the extremely competitive nature of competitive riding, and it can sometimes be too much to handle.
Competitive riding requires the rider to have complete mental confidence in themselves and their horse. We see equestrians in our offices who have lost confidence in their riding ability who go on to earn many trophies and ribbons. How? With hypnosis specifically designed for the equestrian.
Call 561.841.7603 for private sessions, in person or via Skype or phone, with one of our Equestrian specialists.
Hypnosis, also known as Guided Imagery, will help you learn to:
- Relax so that muscle tension no longer interferes with your performance with Basic Relaxation Equestrian.
- Release the gripping fear of performing in front of crowds with Release of Performance Anxiety Equestrian.
- Achieve peak performance every time you enter the ring with Peak Performance Equestrian.
- Gain concentration so you can remember your routines and ignore outside distractions with Gaining Concentration Equestrian.
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