Jane Savoie Launches the First Interactive Coaching Website–Dressage Mentor

In December, I launched the first interactive coaching website called Dressage Mentor.

Dressage Mentor includes all sorts of great tips, tools, techniques, and advice to work through the training and emotional hurdles that pop up in the normal course of riding and schooling.

Here’s a sample of what’s in it:

Training Videos: You’ll have a ringside seat to watch lessons with folks just like you as well as see lots of BONUS footage from special events.

Audios: You can listen in on my lectures as well as interviews with top experts. Lectures cover training techniques as well as sports psychology strategies.

Ask Jane: Each month I answer several of your top questions.

Hot Seat: Send in a photograph or a 10-minute clip either riding or competing, and I’ll critique it for you.

Forum: This forum is your support community. Share your ideas and successes. Brainstorm with like-minded people who have the welfare of their horses and continuing education uppermost in their minds…I’ll even pop in from time to time and join your discussions!

Articles: You can download a wealth of information from these archived articles. Keep your own notebook of articles for quick and easy reference.

To learn more about Dressage Mentor, go to http://www.dressagementor.com

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One Response to Jane Savoie Launches the First Interactive Coaching Website–Dressage Mentor

  1. Cynthia Rane says:

    Hi Jane, the website has changed so much in such a short time that I have yet to find my way around, so I landed here to comment on the PRDA article I just got. I just want to say God Bless those people who are working with those children. Amen that there is someone out there with the type of patience and compassion that it takes to work in this area.
    Economy has hit us hard and I am finally at a point where I think I truly know which direction I want to take in riding if I can ever afford lessons again, hopefully soon. Working equitation is my desire, but dressage is a close second. Once work becomes a bit less of a concern, I’m focusing my sights on a Lusitano to grow old with…you’re 60 and I am 4 years away and hope I can ride into my 70’s or however long God has plans for me in this world. Again, kudos to those in BC.

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