Confidence. Focus. Composure. That’s what every rider wants at competition, because it creates better results. Sometimes, things get in the way of your success. Pressure, nerves, stress all stopping you riding at your best, which creates frustration and disappointment. You want your hard work to produce results, you want to aim new personal bests, so you can feel proud of what you’ve achieved. You may not think that competing with confidence and focus is within your grasp, but it’s closer than you think. Helen Davis is a Rider Psychology Coach, driven by her love for transforming the confidence, focus and results of horse riders who compete at all levels.
Rider Psychology is not just for professional riders. In fact, Helen helps riders at all levels across Eventing, Dressage and Showjumping who compete or who want to compete. So whether you have nerves or struggle to focus in the dressage arena, the showjumping ring or around the cross country course, Helen can help build your confidence, focus and get better results. When you experience fear or apprehension in the saddle, this can trigger a flight-or-fight response. While this is a natural reaction to feeling threatened, it drastically impacts the signals you send to your horse and your ability to focus. Away from this stress, Helen will teach you the skills and techniques needed to bring negative thoughts to a grinding halt before they take hold.
This means understanding your concerns, how you think and how your horse responds to you. You’ll gain a toolkit of techniques to improve your confidence and focus, so you get results. Together, we change your thinking so it helps you ride under pressure. This has an incredible effect on your competition results. Rider psychology coaching has helped riders like you achieve their dreams. Working with Helen is easy, because there are no travel or location restrictions. Helen works across the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia, using video and phone calls. Her sessions will fit into your busy schedule.Ready to discover more about rider psychology sessions? Start here