1997 United States Dressage Federation Adult Camp, Eagle Idaho
BalletEquestria Rider Education Programs

In an effort to provide widespread access to rider education programs, SportBallet Consulting Group is offering special lecture/workshops on the topic of rider biomechanics to clubs and equestrian facilities throughout the United States during the 2004 season.  The programs will cover a cross section of materials covered in USDF University Accredited workshops since 1997 as well as health promotion, sports performance and injury prevention information,  first introduced in 1999 at the National Conference for the Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (73rd Annual Meeting Program) for Board of Education offices and health educators representing all 50 states and formally presented as the International Sports Science Association accredited course "Optimization of Classical Ballet and Sports Development Programs" at the at the 11 state American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) Combined Convention on February 12, 2003 in Reno-Sparks, Nevada.

In conjunction with an our onroad travel itinerary, clubs and equestrian facilities can schedule either a lecture/workshop (USDF University Credit optional) or private consultations (rider or equine) alone (day schedules coordinated at equestrian facilities). 

For questions or additional information, contact: 

Stephen M. Apatow
Founder, Director of Research & Development
Sports Medicine & Science Institute
BalletEquestria: Rider & Equine Development Programs
Humanitarian University Consortium Graduate Studies Center
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Phone: 203-668-0282
Email: s.m.apatow@balletequestria.org
Internet: www.balletequestria.org 

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