Based near Salisbury in Wiltshire, Trudy works using the positive approach and methods developed by Linda Tellington - Jones (TTEAM), the principles of Connected Ground Work® and Connected Riding® developed by Peggy Cummings together with her own knowledge from working as a Physiotherapist.
Whether you do horse agility, work your horse at liberty, take part in riding club activities or just enjoy hacking out with your horse, the work that Trudy does has something to offer.
Trudy aims to help owners better understand their horses and to enable owners to help their horses to be the best they can in the work they do.
A human physiotherapist by background, Trudy has much experience working with people with various neurological problems, working in Spinal Units within the UK and New Zealand. Trudy is also a TTouch Associate for People.
Trudy is qualified as a P2 Tellington TTouch Equine Awareness Method (TTEAM) Practitioner and is a member of the Tellington TTouch Training British Isles Guild.
Currently, Trudy is a Connected Riding Practitioner in Training, studying Connected Riding® and Connected Groundwork® with Peggy Cummings and has completed all the School of Connected Riding® Training Courses.
Trudy's teaching methods reflect the TTEAM code of conduct and philosophy and:
- Recognises the individual learning process of every human and animal.
- Works with animals using understanding rather than dominance.
- Respects each animal as an individual.
- Honours the role of animals as her teacher.