Maja Caspersen has for years been a selected “Bent Branderup ® Trainer”
She is reguarly getting lessons from Bent Branderup and Maja also enjoy to exchange knowledge with colleagues
Beside The Academic art of Riding has Maja intensive been studying and learned from:
– Centered Riding.
– Noora Ehnqvist (www.sensitivehorse.com)
– Latest (2017) Maja has startet an ‘Movement-communication’ Education. That Movement therapy and pedagogic is most often used to help dancers and actors to express them-self better. But Maja found that this way of educating the body-language was more than GREAT to teach horsepeople
Maja has developed and is teaching ‘Riding Art of Life’ education.
Maja is willing to travel for clinics in Europe and surrounding areas.
Riding Art of Life in practice:
A clinic where focus are on philosophy and the gymnastics of the horse, the balance, seat and ’embodied rider’.
In a 2 day clinic there is:
– 2×3 hours theory and Movement communication.
– 2×3 hours lessons with horses.
Body & awareness in the Riding Art of Life.
I really love and appreciate deeply what this work have done to my self and do for my students.
This clinic is without horses but is mostly valuable and loved among riders who really have understand that to really move with their horse they need to work with their own body & awareness.
We train our skills as a rider and horse person through:
Dance, games, bodywork, contact and awareness in the body, finding the ‘openness of the body’ and the playfulness in OUR BODY FIRST first.
Price 1600,- Euro exlusive taxes and travel
Are you interested in a clinic?
Send a mail to: email@example.com
– You film yourself training your horse. Max 15 minutes. You put it with a private link on youtube.
-We agree on a online meeting on Skype.
– We meet at Skype and we look at your film at youtube at the same time. I teach and give you tips for your further training.
-You transfer 90 euro before the meeting.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment for Distance video-lesson.
“Good teaching of a horse cannot be reduced to technique; good teaching comes from feeling, awareness and integrity of the teacher. ! -Maja Caspersen