NEW ONLINE COURSE

WORK AT WALK WITH ANJA BERAN

Join at any time, we look forward to meeting you online

We are happy to present our new online course “Work at Walk – neglected rather than appreciated” with exclusive films, scripts, graphics, lectures and Q&A sessions! Our main focus is to help riders understand and correctly perform work at walk. The course is divided into 6 chapters – all videos, audio files, presentations and scripts as well as any bonus material will be available for 6 months and for download. >> further information


 

NEW ONLINE COURSE IN ENGLISH

Work at walk – neglected rather than appreciated

Walk is the basic gait inherently used by the horse during most of its lifetime. As a steppe animal, it covers many kilometres per day at walk in order to find food. In modern equestrianism, the walk has unfortunately lost its significance, which is why we have dedicated a complete course to this topic. Our main focus here is to remind riders how important this gait is, and to help them understand and correctly perform work at walk.

Timetable:

You can also register after the course has started, join at any time, we look forward to meeting you online!

Sunday: 21.08.2022 Start with chapter 1
Friday: 02.09.2022 1. Q&A Session
Monday: 05.09.2022 Chapter 2
Friday: 16.09.2022 2. Q&A Session
Monday: 19.09.2022 Chapter 3
Friday: 30.09.2022 3. Q&A Session
Monday: 03.10.2022 Chapter 4
Friday: 14.10.2022 4. Q&A Session
Monday: 17.10.2022 Chapter 5
Friday: 28.10.2022 5. Q&A Session
Monday: 31.10.2022 Chapter 6
Friday: 10.11.2022 6. Q&A Session

The chapters:

  1. Knowledge of theoretical principles
  2. The seat and the aids
  3. Work at walk
  4. Halt
  5. Reining back
  6. Riding in conter flexion and the crookedness of the horse

The course includes:

  • Theorie videos
  • The theorie as mp3 – so you can listen everywhere
  • Riding videos
  • Exercises
  • Scripts
  • Private Facebook group for Q&A Sessions

>> Click here for further information and registration on ELOPAGE

August 2022

IMPRESSIONS OF OUR 10TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Finally we met again in 2022 at Gut Rosenhof

After two years our International Workshop – “Get the Spirit!” took place again – and also celebrated its 10th anniversary! We were very happy that we were able to welcome horse friends from 20 nations after this break. In five very intensive days dedicated to classical dressage, Anja Beran gave the participants deep insights into the philosophy of her horse training, where the focus is always on the nature of the horse and its health. >> more

ONLINE OFFER
ONLINE RIDING LESSONS WITH ANJA BERAN
conveniently from your home

If you don´t have the opportunity to come to us with your horse, we now offer online lessons – just send us a video and you will receive qualified analysis with exercises from Anja Beran. >> Further information

TALKING ABOUT HORSES PODCAST

Canter work course with Anja Beran

Facebook live with Patrick King

Patrick King Horsemanship discussing the CANTER with Classical Equitation by Anja Beran – and chatting about her great new online course: CANTER WORK >> See video on Facebook

ONLINE OFFER
JOIN OUR OLINE MORNINGWORK
Visit Gut Rosenhof and enjoy classical dressage

We’d like to bring some Rosenhof atmosphere and classical riding into the home of our loyal and new guests with our online Morningwork >> Click here for further information

TALKING ABOUT HORSES Podcast

Patrick King chatting with Anja Beran

One hour about classical dressage

In TALKING ABOUT HORSES, Patrick brings you some of the best riders, horsemen, trainers, equine advocates, and thought leaders in the horse industry for tips, insights, and stories. These broadcasts are first presented LIVE through Facebook. You can listen at home, at work, in the car, or in the saddle either thru Facebook, YouTube, or by downloading the podcast from iTunes. >> Patrick King Horsemanship Facebook Broadcast

We owe the majority of the images to photographer Maresa Mader who always presents our horses and their riders at their best. Maresa Mader has also provided photographs for four books by and with Anja Beran.

>> maresamader.de

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