Equestrians

Mental Training for Riders (equestrians of all kinds)equestrians

This is page is devoted to helping equestrians reach their potential. It will also teach riders to enjoy their horse and the events they ride in more. I want to help them  use their passion for the horses, their partners if you will to bring out the best in their efforts to succeed and enjoy their sport..

My approach as always is on both the cognitive and unconscious level, it revolves around what you say to yourself while riding. It’s a solid approach. I augment cognitive behavioral therapy (education) with hypnosis and other protocols. My focus is often on increasing self awareness through emotional intelligence and helping riders understand their unconscious mind and the role it plays in success or failure during their event.

The Competitive Rider

This is an intense program with focus on emotional intelligence. Often the spotlight is on stress management and/ or confidence building. At SPC we will cover all aspects of sport psychology for riding performance, so the individual learns to control mind and body. SPC has a program for all levels of competitive riding.

Programsequestrians

I have a wide range of individual and group programs and clinics.  We can work at my office, at training stables and even at competitions. I have worked with athletes via SKYPE all over the world.

I work with the rider(s) and their coach. I have always encouraged a team approach. I can help you ride better. Here is what we call the value proposition in sports.  Look at how much time you spend on private training, fitness and practice. I can help you with your performance Now. Please look at what it means to you to accelerate your learning curve and start riding better today.

Programs and Fees just click on blue link

Give me a call or send an email. First 20 minutes of consultation are on me.

Phone: (425) 241-6539 email: Margolies@TheMental-Game.com

This is a pretty good video on how sport psychology is utilized in Equestrian Sports. This is from a UK sport psychology consultant.

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