In autumn 2018 I gave a lecture on my development at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez de la Frontera and combined it with my first weekend-clinic in Bückeburg, Germany.

The clinic was a complete success! 🙂 

I got to know many wonderful people and horses. From unridden horses up to highly trained ones, everything was there. There were also different “riding styles” to be seen. But the most important thing was everyone had in common: A lot of ambition and fun! It was great to see successes with each individual within the 3 days and to see that my tips are gladly accepted and really help.

Therefore, and due to the great demand, I have decided to add more courses to the program.

In the courses, the only requirement for participants is a willingness to learn and to improve the communication with the horse. I pick everyone up from where they are at the moment and try to explain everything technically in such a way that the individual tips are also understood holistically, because only then is their implementation meaningful and even possible. I don’t want to change the riding style, but approach each individual individually and help them to overcome their personal difficulties and improve their strengths, so that riding becomes easier and more harmonious and is simply more fun.

In 2020, unfortunately, all courses had to be canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. That is why the idea of ​​online courses came about. I also offer individual online lessons.

All the lessons can be given in German, English, Dutch, Finnish and Spanish.
The following courses are planned for next year:


  • Porta Westfalica (Hannover area)

  • Bad Ems (Koblenz area)

  • Großwolderfeld (Papenburg area)

  • Ratingen (Düsseldorf area)

  • Munich area

Czech Republic (Brno)

Finland (Hamina)


For more information about the planned clinics / online courses / online lessons, please just contact me.

Would you like to organize a clinic in your area? Just get in touch and we’ll see how we can do it 🙂


Clinic in Porta Westfalica