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WPDA Clinic: Pilates for Dressage with Janice Dulak


  • Greenmoor Common Equestrian Center 255 Georgetown Road Bridgeville, PA, 15017 United States (map)

REGISTRATION FORM

A clinician so nice, you host her twice! Join us for our second clinic with Janice Dulak. From studio to saddle, Pilates for Dressage® is a proven rider training program that improves self-carriage in riders from Intro to Grand Prix. www.pilatesfordressage.com

Date; April 5-7, 2019
Location(s): Greenmoor Common Equestrian Center & Touchstone Pilates

Only ten rider spots and 5 auditor spots are open for this clinic, so don't wait to send in your registration forms! DISCOUNTS FOR WPDA MEMBERS!

Participant Options

Rider
Fee (WPDA Member/Non-Member): $260/$275
Refunds only if your spot can be filled
Fee includes: Friday dinner & lecture, stabling (feeding, watering, & stall cleaning included), 2 semi-private lessons, two 2-hour Pilates classes, and meals (Friday dinner and Saturday/Sunday breakfast and lunch)

Auditor
Fee (WPDA Member/Non-Member): Weekend: $65/$80 | One Day: $40/$55
Fee includes: Friday dinner and lecture, Pilates class on day(s) of your choice, lesson viewing, and meals (Friday dinner, and breakfast/lunch on day(s) of your choice)

Lesson Viewing Only
Fee: Weekend: $25 | One Day: $15
Fee includes: Lesson viewing on day(s) of your choice & lunch

Friday Night Lecture Only
Fee: $15
Fee includes: Dinner & lecture

About the clinic:
Enjoy dinner and PowerPoint lecture on Pilates for Dressage® presented by Janice on Friday evening. On Saturday morning, riders engage in a two-hour Pilates for Dressage® Mat Class that teaches the riders how to find the correct core and intrinsic muscles that allow for relaxation in the global muscles. After lunch, riders mount up and learn how to put the studio work into the saddle.

Sunday, riders reinforce what they’ve learned in another two-hour mat class. The weekend finishes with mounted lessons, as riders are newly secure in their newfound ways to use their body to create harmony with their horse.

About Janice: http://www.pilatesfordressage.com/about-janice

Questions? Contact Kaley Tomsic at kaleytomsic@gmail.com.

Earlier Event: April 5
MODA Spring Show (Level 3)
Later Event: April 11
Equine Affaire