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Does your position need some tweaking??

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        04-30-2011, 06:57 PM
    Does your position need some tweaking??

    Hi Everyone!

    Colleen Kelly, Rider Biomechanics, is in California!!! Colleen specialises in Rider Biomechanics - posture, seat and balance.

    More specifically - does your horse fall in / out on corners and circles?
    Having trouble finding the GO button? Or the SLOW one?
    Lateral work made easy.

    Colleen teaches all riders from beginners to grand prix and all disciplines!

    She will be providing lessons in Los Angeles this week until May the 7th.

    If you are interested in a lesson please email

    Or you can email me directly for more information at

    Thank you!!!

    Read more: Colleen Kelly Rider Biomechanics - CALIFORNIA

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