Please put the "ignore" feature to good use if you think that someone is stalking you.
I read, rather skimmed , this thread and I do not see what is to be lost by having the OP post her video for internet critique/advice. Yes, optimal is to have someone there to help her, and to teach her and the horse the correct spin, so that no bad habits must be unlearned later (assuming the OP does wish to learn reining in the so-called "correct" manner, and perhaps compete)
She has said she does not have access to a trainer, and is asking for suggestions. I get the feeling this person is not going to compete reining, so anything reasonable will be an improvement over her trying to learn by the "guess" method.
We critique riding videos all the time and hazard guessses as to whether it's rider error or horse ignorance of training. We know that it's almost always rider error. Though we might not be clairvoyant, we can often see the most obvious problems from a video alone, and if we see something that's obvious to us, but the rider has not seen yet, then we CAN be of help to them.
Isn't that what this is all about?