Good for you! Having participated in a few spills myself I understand how hard it can be to get back in the saddle. I've been lucky enough to never be injured too severely, but the emotional scars some accidents can leave are sometimes just as bad as the physical ones. Sounds like your trainer is doing a wonderful job for the both of you. I know when I started riding the horse I got thrown from a few times a good trainer made all the difference. I was so scared it took me a whole year of lessons with mostly ground work, then more in the saddle, and each year since then I've gained a gait, and now I'm working on canter. Sometimes you have to just go to it, I know if I dwell on something, or have a trail ride or a clinic planned, I lose sleep and sweat over it. But the trail rides where I just get on and go, ones that are just a call away, are the best. Now I'm finding the shakiness goes away, and I have more time to enjoy my riding and not get tangled up in the details. Props to you - I wish you a great summer full of good riding!