An Introduction to Equestrian Tai Chi
For riders who want to learn Equestrian Tai Chi to enhance their riding, to deepen their connection with their horse and to develop their energy.
Do you wish you could learn some Chi exercises that you could practice with your horse, to balance your energies and deepen your partnership together?
Do you wish your horse would pay more attention to you and want to be with you more?
'An Introduction to Equestrian Tai Chi' is an Online Workshop designed to help you achieve this.
A little bit about me …
My name is Jenny Pim.
I can help you to learn some simple exercises that you can practice every day with your horse that will benefit you both and deepen your partnership together.
I’m a certified Tai Chi Instructor registered with the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.
I'm a certified Riding Coach registered with Horse Sport Ireland.
I'm the Founder & Creator of Equestrian Tai Chi®.
Everything that I teach is based in Taoist Methodology that has practiced for centuries.
'An Introduction to Equestrian Tai Chi' is a three part system, where you learn Equestrian Tai Chi, Taoist Breathing For Riding and Alignments to help your energy flow better.
Here is what you will learn in the Workshop
- Important Principles for learning and practicing Equestrian Tai Chi.
- Information about your Tantien.
- How to store your energy.
- An Equestrian Tai Chi Exercise.
- An Equestrian Chi Gung Exercise.
- Important Principles for learning and practicing Taoist Breathing.
- 2 Taoist Breathing for Riding Exercises.
- 2 Alignment to help your Chi Flow better when you’re riding and breathing.
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This is what people who attended a previous workshop
are saying ...
During a few repetitions where I felt like things were flowing well he gave a couple of huge sighs, licked and chewed. He likes it!
I stopped and did the movement paying close attention to his response as well as how I was feeling. I already work with energy quite a bit so am fairly sensitive to it. He was interesting, he turned his head back and looked at me a couple of times like “whatcha doin’ back there?”… and during a few repetitions where I felt like things were flowing well he gave a couple of huge sighs, licked and chewed. He likes it! Sealed the chi and went for a few more trips around the arena. Felt more connection & awareness of my body, and he seemed more aware & connected to me…… I was a popsicle in the end, but it was a very COOL experience.
Photo of Darcey Woods and Pumpkin by Candice Camille Photography
After 2 repetitions he softened and gave exactly the same feeling as before… so I dismounted with a big smile on my face
Today I simply had a ride on Teddy whilst thinking about all the elements of the Workshop. The neck alignment is a concept I had already ingrained in myself …except when I introduce tension in it by holding my breath… so the rhythm of the breathing will be my main focus for the immediate future.
I stopped several times to do repetitions of the Equestrian Tai Chi exercise …doing the final set deliberately in the spooky corner. Teddy is a calm, steady kind of guy so his ‘spook’ is basically a shifting of his focus to the invisible scary thing and a tensing of his whole body… after 2 repetitions he softened and gave exactly the same feeling as before… so I dismounted with a big smile on my face.
Praise for Jenny Pim's work ...
I’ve been working with energy for close to 9 years now – equine Bodywork/massage, acupressure, myofascial release, reiki and animal communication. I’ve taken a lot of instruction from a lot of people in a lot of different formats but I must say, your videos and soundcloud recordings are the best I’ve seen/ heard. Clear, concise and complete. Thank you for your hard work and dedication!
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This is how the Workshop will happen ....
The workshop is fully available online. You will have your own username and password to log in and out. You will receive an email with your link to login on Monday 8th April.
On Monday you will receive your first exercise to practice, on Tuesday your second, on Wednesday your third and so on. Each day you will be asked to integrate the new element to learn in with the previous day's.
This is in line with the Taoist way of learning which is to separate and combine.
You will be invited to introduce yourself in the Forum and make a log of your practice.
I offer a Conditional 30 Day Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee
If you decide 'An Introduction to Equestrian Tai Chi' is not for you, that is no problem at all, just send me a video of yourself practicing the exercises in the Workshop within the 30 Day Period, and I will refund your entire purchase.
I hope that by now, you have a good understanding about the Workshop and what it could mean for you and your horse, if you were to learn the material in it.
Maybe you’re thinking, I’ll take this Workshop later, I’m too busy, it’s too expensive, I don’t need it now, I can look stuff up on my own, or first I need to do some other thing, and then I’ll be ready to do this.
I can promise you, if you join this Workshop and do the exercises in it, you will change your energy and your understanding of it. And most importantly, your horse will also benefit and your partnership will become closer and more connected.