Pelvic Floor Seminar
Pelvic Floor Health is an essential part of riding and daily life. Stephanie goes over the following topics:
- What is the Pelvic Floor exactly?
- How does the pelvic floor affect your riding?
- Is pain during riding, intercourse, urination normal?
- Why do you need to strengthen your pelvic floor?
- How to strengthen your pelvic floor.
- How to solve tightness in the pelvic floor.
- And more!
About your Instructor: Stephanie is a member of Team Amelia and graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Bachelors of Health Science from Loma Linda University in 2008. Because she is also an equestrian she has been able to combine her passion for fitness, health, and alignment with her passion for horses.
Stephanie attended the USEF HSSM clinic given by Andy Thomas in October 2017. Stephanie is now a part of a small group of physical therapists recognized by the USEF to treat equestrian athletes. She is currently contracted with USEF to work with all the riders who are invited to be a part of the developing dressage clinics.
"My hope is to be able to help riders of any level or ability improve their body awareness, balance, and strength. I want to help them be the best team they possibly could be with their horse and to achieve their goals both on and off their beloved companions!"
"My system will work for you, I know because I've taught hundreds of horses and riders the flying changes. Every horse is a little different - some are hot, others are lazy, some run off, others get crooked - this program works with all horses. This course is the exact blueprint you need to confirm the changes." -Amelia
Amelia enjoys helping each individual student and horse find harmony, trust, and balance. “Nothing is more rewarding than watching one of my students glide harmoniously around the ring together with their horse! This makes my heart soar!” says Amelia.
Amelia hopes to one day represent the U.S.A. on the international circuit and loves training her three horses, Harvey, Kensington and Luigi in Los Angeles, CA. Amelia has her USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, She is the winner of the prestigious USEF Carol Lavell Advanced Dressage Prize and a member of the USEF Dressage Development Program.