Welcome to The Thriving Equine by Jodi Powell
How is my approach to horsemanship unique?
Understanding from the inside out
My clients love that I am able to meet the rider and the horse wherever they happen to be, and facilitate training and communication that makes sense to everyone. I believe it is my mission to ensure you have the knowledge and confidence to be able to have success when you return home. In fact, I will not let you leave the facility without confirmation that you feel complete and ready to go!
I also understand how having access to your trainer directly influences your equestrian progress - that's why I try to be available to my clients. Your success is my success. I have the ability to have a phone conversation, give feedback of video footage, or give virtual lessons during your sessions.
All My Services
Helping You Help Your Horse
I offer training whether you want your horse to get to the next level, want to give them a good starting foundation, or feel that your horse may need more help than you have the time or skill to provide. The beauty of training is that it allows me the time to really teach and work thoroughly with you and your horse individually.
You and your horse deserve to have a relationship where you both are thriving! During a clinic, I address both the horse and rider individually, as well as blending you into the thriving team you want to be.
Together, we will create a more relaxed, balanced, supple, responsive, and ultimately, safer horse. Whether you want to trail ride, ride dressage, work cattle, or obstacle courses, this training is universal to supporting your horse to become the best they can be.
Lessons and Virtual Lessons
i also offer private lessons, in-person or virtual. If you are seeking in-person support and coaching, I offer hourly lessons here in Baxter, TN. Another popular choice is to get some focused instruction by staying two or three days at our facility and take multiple lessons per day!
Virtual lessons have become a popular avenue for those who are not within driving distance or want instruction on a more consistent, ongoing basis. Since I am not physically able to demonstrate or support, a prerequisite for virtual lessons is that I have worked with you before so you have a general idea of what we are doing. Although virtual lessons may seem overwhelming, it is actually fairly easy to set up and doesn't require much in the way of techy skills.
A little about my equestrian philosophy
I have always had a deep bond with horses, they are my peace... and yet, I believe people are the real reason I am doing what I do as the Thriving Equestrian. Loving people through their horse journey is the most challenging, but most important aspect of my career.
I am grateful for each opportunity to honor and hold space for both the horse and rider. The ability to create a safe environment that allows the rider and horse to express themselves, while keeping everyone's wellness a priority is a must in modern horsemanship. My job isn't just a trainer, I am a facilitator, communicator, liaison, mediator, support group, and mentor.
Schedule for Spring 2023
14th - 16th
Cave Creek, Arizona
Contact is Lynn @ email@example.com
25th - 26th
Contact is Pam at pamelaschoenster.com
30th - April 2nd
Contact is Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org
5th - 7th
Hobbsville, North Carolina
14th - 16th
Contact is Colleen @ email@example.com
26th - 29th
30th - May 2nd
Contact is Teresa @ firstname.lastname@example.org
12th - 14th
Contact is Robbie at email@example.com
From the horse's mouth