Dressage Academy-Shining A Light on Learning


I’m excited to tell you that I’m going full steam ahead with Dressage Academy!!

The first event will be The Art of Teaching-Shining A Light On Learning.

My goal with this program is twofold:

  • To help instructors empower their students by teaching dressage in a language that people can understand.
  •  To give riders the “Why” and “How” of training so you can become more effective and independent.

The first event will be at the USEF headquarters in Gladstone, New Jersey on October 27-30.

Check out the details at www.SavoieDressageAcademy.com. Even though registration doesn’t officially open until June 1, it’s a good idea to pre-register now to hold your spot because space is limited

Looking forward to “shining a light on learning”!

Live your dreams!


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7 Responses to Dressage Academy-Shining A Light on Learning

  1. Cherlyn says:

    Your article on “Sitting the Trot” was posted on Cloud’s Horse Tack blog and I found it very helpful. The article linked to your blog which was great because otherwise I would not have found you!

  2. janesavoie says:

    Fantastic, Cherlyn! Enjoy!

  3. Your articles are always very helpful and you have excellent writing. Best of luck with the event!

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  5. Elvira says:

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