Introductory Single Ride Coaching- Dressage (first time students only)
For first time students only!
Purchase your intro session with Ellesse and give online coaching a try!
There are 3 easy steps:
- Purchase your "Introductory ride" and don't forget to add your email to the "Note to Seller" section. Wait for your email confirmation from Ellesse that will include a link to download instructions, tips on capturing the best video, a quick questionnaire about your horse, your riding history and some objectives for you and your horse. Complete and send back to Ellesse alongwith your YouTube link to your video.
- Upload to YouTube a video of your dressage ride (max. 40 minutes long)
- Wait 2-3 business days for an email with your savable sound note of Ellesse going through your ride while watching the video. Follow along with while watching your video and listen to the comments to get the maximum benefit of the online coaching program!
Bonus: receive a pdf of "homework" for you and your horse to do before you record your next video to send to Ellesse
Note: 3 day eventers, please select dressage if you'd like to focus on your dressage phase and test ridingor select the jumping intro if you'd like to focus on flatwork for jumping phase
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