Training & Development

It is important to create a safe learning atmosphere where horses feel comfortable to try, rather than fearful of making mistakes. Every horse deserves our honesty and respect.  Developing a balanced, supple, strong mount with confidence ensures they will be comfortable in their work for years to come.

Whether you have a youngster who is ready to be started under saddle, a mature horse who you would like to have refined, a horse who is challenged by a task or activity, a gaited breed, or a trail companion - the basic principles of dressage (the slow progression rather than competitive-style dressage) can benefit the mind and body of the english, western, and driven horse.

Here at OnTotalWellness, we are educating the horse with correct biomechanical development to improve their balance for riding, while sustaining mental and emotional soundness with empathetic methods of training.

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