Colleen Kelly speaking at the University of KY

Colleen Kelly speaking at the University of KY

Colleen Kelly Masterclass at the  Lipizzaner Hall in Johannesburg, the following day giving a Teacher Training Day featuring ISRB Instructor Anneke Roodt and  Stallion Maestoso Erdem

Colleen Kelly Masterclass at the Lipizzaner Hall in Johannesburg, the following day giving a Teacher Training Day featuring ISRB Instructor Anneke Roodt and Stallion Maestoso Erdem

In RIDER Biomechanics we don’t just look at movement, we look at WHY things happen. It’s not just “look up and get your heels down”, but WHY did your heels come up in the first place? It looks at your spine and anatomy to make sure you’re sitting in a strong, safe position.

We can improve performance, help you get the competitive edge, help the beginner sit in a stronger safer position, and help prevent injury, and rehabilitate the injuries you already have – to help you to ride long hours without pain.

Balance and Co-Ordination

Balance isn’t a gift – it can be taught! Colleen Kelly has taken some of the world’s best balance exercises from her background in exercise physiology and working in rehab gyms  (and sadly her own personal experience learning to walk again), and now uses those same principals and exercises to improve the rider. Combined with accelerated learning techniques no matter what the level of rider, or the horse sport, every rider can improve their balance and co-ordination.

Confidence

Balance builds confidence…After surgeries and illness, Colleen’s back better than ever here with Saint in Tennessee

Great balance and confidence go hand in hand! There’s all sorts of other things that affect confidence. And it’s not just “being scared” or “fear of falling”, it’s the brain saying “hey I’m not stable and I could fall”…but if we can get you stable and balanced – confidence follows naturally. If you read Colleen’s background you’ll see she’s come from a wheelchair to riding again.  And, she scan show you exactly what she did and how to do it. And it’s not just “beginners fear”, it can be at the very highest level…and we really can help you become the rider you want to be, with the relationship with your horse that you’ve always dreamed of.

Higher Level Sports

Colleen Kelly Rider Biomechanics system used by Mounted Units around the world

Colleen Kelly Rider Biomechanics system used by Mounted Units around the world

With Colleen’s experience teaching Olympic and Paralympic athletes and World Champions, we can work on lighter and more controlled and effective aids for higher movements. The world’s highest level riders work on their seat, balance & position all the time. Here’s how you can work with the world expert to get the competitive edge More >

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Join the conversation! 10 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for all the great info on #HorseChat tonight!

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  2. I would like to subscribe for the free mini lessons. How do I subscribe?

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  3. Hi Leigh-anne,

    I’m SO SORRY, it’s not just we’re busy it’s that we have 4,000 unopened emails currently in my inbox, and very ltitle chance of ever seeing everyone’s. I am sorry that your request got caught in our system of absolute back-log. I have personally just put one in an envelope to you, and you will get it soon.

    Colleen

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  4. I learned so much from Colleen on the Parelli Horse and Soul tour.

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  5. Can Mrs Kelley please contact me . She has worked with me and would like to fly her in to work with me private in the near future .
    Jannie Chapman
    256-527-2661

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  6. Colleen posted on FB that she needs overnight boarding and a place to ride before continuing to other locations.
    I own Whispers Horse Farm and am located off of Hwy 111. We are 13 miles north of Cookeville and 9 miles south of Livingston, TN at 278 Barnes Rd., Cookeville, TN 38506 if you care to google us. We are a 3 hour drive from Lexington and 2 hours from Carol Coppinger. We aren’t fancy but we take good care of our horses. I can provide references if you would like. You are always welcome. Savvy on, Cyndi

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  7. Would love some more information. Thanks

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