You the person who had the horse rear and fall on her? Is that the fall you are referring to?
It's nice to hear that you are progressing along so well. It's always fun to hear people describe the learning experience. I tend to forget that one has to learn how to post and it isn't easy at first. It is so second nature to me know, but I remember my fist lessons and how I was always right on the edge of losing my balance, all the time. I had to ride the horse to the arena through the woods and usually tried to trot there, and I was constantly moving around,just barely catching my balance before I got to the point of no return. I only came off that mare once in 2.5 years of riding her., and I rode her bareback a lot.
But the older I get, the more often I come off, it seems.
The more you ride, the more you realize how much it takes to be a really good rider. When I first started dressage lessons I asked my then teacher, "How long does it take to become a good dressage rider?" Her answer was, "At least ten years". Wow!