Rider Pilates

with Beth Glosten, MD

Learn to Ride in Balance with Beth Glosten

About Beth:
I am interested in using pilates to enhance riding skills. As well, I find pilates very useful as a bridge between physical therapy and “normal life” in those healing from injuries. I strive to teach the movement principles of pilates in such a way that they are relevant outside the studio and can improve day-to-day function as well as performance in a sport.

Beth's Credentials:
  • Licensed MD (retired)
  • Pilates Method Alliance certified
  • USDF gold, silver, bronze medalist
  • USDF “L” judge training program graduate with distinction

Ride in Balance

Friday, May 17th 2013 at 9am to Saturday, May 18th 2013 at 6pm

9704 Southwest 156th Street

Vashon, WA


ENROLL


The 2 day clinic includes
:

  • A 3-hour unmounted session that includes a discussion of rider anatomy and the Rider Checklist, and a class of Pilates-based exercises that relate directly to riding skills, and
  • 45-minute private riding lessons for each participant.


Cost:

$240 for both days (Friday & Saturday) or

$145 for Friday only


Parking:

The venue at Paxhia Farm, home of the Northwest School of Animal Massage, is accessible from Vermontville Rd. (just 1/4 mile east of Vashon Highway). From 156th Street, take the first left onto Vermontville and look for the Northwest School of Animal Massage sign 200 ft. on the left.


ENROLL

Clinic Schedule

Friday 5/17/2013
9:00am-12:00pm—Rider Anatomy seminar and Rider Pilates exercise. Physioballs will be provided, please bring a yoga mat to class if you have one.
12:00pm-1:00pm—Break for lunch. Refrigerator provided for those who wish to remain at the facility for early riding sessions.
1:00pm-6:00pm—45 minute riding lessons with Beth

Saturday 5/18/2013
9:00am-10:30am—Pilates-based classroom exercise. Physioballs will be provided, please bring a yoga mat to class if you have one.
10:30am-12:00pm—45 minute riding lessons with Beth
12:00pm-1:00pm—Break for lunch
1:00pm-5:15pm—45 minute riding lessons with Beth

The Northwest School of Animal Massage

NWSAM was founded on three guiding principles:

1. To foster compassion for the animal community
2. To provide a higher standard of education for our industry
3. To nurture the continued growth of our student body