[Rider Resource] Are you afraid to get back on your horse after a fall?

Jane Conboy and me

Selfie with Jane Conboy

Welcome to our Rider Resource blog series, where we talk to equine professionals providing solutions for riders and horse owners.

Today we’re chatting with Jane Conboy, Stress Reduction Specialist and owner of Back in the Saddle Rider Recovery about getting confidence back after a fall.

Jane, what do you do?

I help people who have had falls or scares involving a horse and feel fearful or hesitant, get back to the kind of riding they like to do.

How can riders find the best Stress Reduction Specialist?

When you’re dealing with this type of issue, it can involve post traumatic stress. And a stress reduction specialist like me can help them resolve the issue without reliving the trauma or event, & regain their confidence. It usually takes less than 6 sessions.

What do riders NOT know that they should?

Most people are surprised how easy and quickly this works. I work with riders in my NE Portland office, or anywhere in the world by Skype or phone. And they’re really surprised they don’t have to relive the painful event.

What do you love most about what you do?

I love helping people resolve their fears and get back to living life easily and effortlessly.

More Information

Jane Conboy, Stress Reduction Specialist
Back in the Saddle Rider Recovery

 

About Emily Clark

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Emily Clark, of TheSuppleRider.com, is an Alexander Technique Certified Instructor who teaches horseback riders of all disciplines to eliminate pain and improve their posture so they can ride as one every ride.

She’s worked with equestrians for over 11 years. She loves working with riders because they’re so passionate about what they do.

Comments & Feedback:

  1. It isn’t just kids who get hurt riding mooctross. I am a 52 year old female in good health recovering from surgery after an unhappy triad injury. I had to have an OATS procedure, in addition to the acl reconstruction. I had a grade 4 tear. Last year, I fractured my eye socket, cheekbones, crushed my sinuses and had a concussion . I told my knee surgeon I have every intention of riding again when he clears me.

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