with Beth Glosten, MD
Learn to Ride in Balance with Beth Glosten
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.
- 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
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.
$240 for both days (Friday & Saturday) or
$145 for Friday only
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.
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
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
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