PATH Intl. Adaptive Tack Webinar
Originally Aired: Wednesday, September 2nd 2015
Join presenter Naomi Heller in this exciting new webinar to discuss the role of adaptive tack for mounted participants. Learn how and why to adapt tack, while considering the safety and comfort of the equine and participant, and acquire creative solutions to common adaptive tack questions.
Intended Audience/Instructor Skill Level: New-Intermediate Therapeutic Riding Instructors
Naomi grew up riding Hunter/Jumpers in Dallas, TX and has been teaching riding since 2001. Naomi received a B.S. in Animal Science from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas; concentrating on Equine studies, nutrition and physiology. During college, she found a love of Dressage and Eventing, while working at a local Hunter/Jumper stable. By graduation, Naomi realized that the competitive horse world was not for her and set her sights toward nonprofit opportunities within the equine industry.
Naomi began a career in Therapeutic Riding at Equest in Wylie, Texas. She was fortunate enough to work closely with Cindy Thomas, PT, HPCS. Naomi had the opportunity to learn human gross motor patterns and body mechanics both on and off the horse. Currently, Naomi is the Head Instructor at the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center in Longmont, CO. She is a PATH Intl. Advanced Instructor, Mentor and Accreditation Site Visitor.
Once you have purchased the webinar, you will be emailed a link to access the recorded webinar. If you have any questions, please email Eli Holdman at firstname.lastname@example.org.