Notice: Currently only offering in person and remote coaching services (no schooling/exercising) due to recovering from an injury.

Coaching Sessions


  • 30 mins | £15
  • 45 mins – 1 hour | £25

Group (2+ riders)

  • 30 mins | £10
  • 45 mins – 1 hour | £20

Jumping or flatwork – sessions are tailored to suit individuals goals. Please ensure if you are organising a group session that all riders are roughly at the same level of riding.

No arena? No problem! Coaching available while you hack or ride in the field, as this can present new situations and challenges that you wouldn’t normally face riding in an arena. Also ideal for happy hackers that lack the facilities – or don’t need them – but still want to improve or make the most of their surroundings!

Confidence, age, and ability level are no barriers to success. Whether you’re learning to canter or want to better your jumping position – my sympathetic and constructive approach to coaching will help you reach your goals as a rider and partner to your horse.

Coaching Cover: Short staffed? Lesson cover available for weekdays, nights or weekends.

Remote Video Coaching

An easy and convenient way to improve your horses way of going, or your own riding/ horsemanship through video analysis. Available no matter your location. For more detailed information, how the system works, and videoing tips, check out my post here.


1 session | £6 (Was £10)

2 sessions | £10 (Was £18)

Above offer lasts until 31st July 2021


Shiatsu Sessions

“Shiatsu is a form of Japanese physiotherapy which can be used to treat a wide variety of issues. The majority of the work covers soft tissue injuries and movement dysfunction, such as tight muscles and stiff joints. It is safe and suitable for most horses, both to deal with specific physical concerns, and to manage stress, mental and emotional health problems.

Equine Shiatsu is purely a manual therapy and uses finger and thumb pressure on acupuncture points along the meridians in order to free restrictions in the body which allow and maintain good health – the same points as used in Veterinary Acupuncture. This pressure along the meridians, together with assisted stretching, joint mobilisation and massage, allows the body to release pain and tension gently adjusting both posture and attitude.” – The Equine Shiatsu Association.

I passed my three year diploma in Equine Shiatsu, becoming a qualified practitioner in August 2020.

For more information on this practice, see my post here!



For horses/ponies already established in their ridden work – i.e. backed and riding away in at least walk and trot. Canter can be worked on in these schooling sessions if not quite balanced or maintaining it yet.

  • Schooling, Hacking or Groundwork | 30 mins | £15
  • Schooling, Hacking or Groundwork | 45 mins – 1 hour | £25

Sessions tailored to individual preferences.



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