Email miranda@mirandavelasquez.com

Call (831) 601-6740

December

 

 

Christmas Break~A Time to Celebrate!

Privately scheduled lessons, clinics and appointments are available. Contact me to schedule.

Jan 25, 2020

Location: Redlands, Ca.

Time: 9:00 AM

Chinese New Year and Resolutions

Specialty Clinic Celebrating the Chinese Influence on the Horse and Resolutions to Start Your Year Off Right. 

Each clinic offers 1-1.5 hours of introductory learning with finding your fears, share your story sisterhood, specialized equine education topics, Q&A session, and 45 min personalized instruction for each rider. There is a 1 hour break for lunch and I recommend bringing your own so you can meet new people and bond with your horse or new friends. 

You can choose to bring your horse and participate for $100 or you can choose to audit for $25. Spots are first come, first served and space is very limited so be sure to grab your spot now. 

*Proof of vaccinations required for hauling in.

Feb 6, 2020

Location: Redlands, Ca.

Time: 9:00 AM

The Daring HERDTM  

The Daring HERDTM retreat day with Dr. Veronica Lac of The HERD Institute.

Read more about this program click HERE

Feb 15, 2020

Location: Redlands, Ca.

Time: 9:00 AM

Valentine’s Clinic

Fear Free Riding with LOVE and Compassion!

Each clinic offers 1-1.5 hours of introductory learning with finding your fears, share your story sisterhood, specialized equine education topics, Q&A session, and 45 min personalized instruction for each rider. There is a 1 hour break for lunch and I recommend bringing your own so you can meet new people and bond with your horse or new friends. 

You can choose to bring your horse and participate for $100 or you can choose to audit for $25. Spots are first come, first served and space is very limited so be sure to grab your spot now. 

*Proof of vaccinations required for hauling in.

March 15, 2020

Location: Redlands, Ca.

Time: 9:00 AM

St Patrick’s Day Clinic

Special Focus on Irish Horse Mythology

Each clinic offers 1-1.5 hours of introductory learning with finding your fears, share your story sisterhood, specialized equine education topics, Q&A session, and 45 min personalized instruction for each rider. There is a 1 hour break for lunch and I recommend bringing your own so you can meet new people and bond with your horse or new friends. 

You can choose to bring your horse and participate for $100 or you can choose to audit for $25. Spots are first come, first served and space is very limited so be sure to grab your spot now. 

*Proof of vaccinations required for hauling in.

March 19, 2020

Location: Redlands, Ca.

Time: 9:00 AM

Easter/Ramadan

Focus on the History of the Arabian Horse

Each clinic offers 1-1.5 hours of introductory learning with finding your fears, share your story sisterhood, specialized equine education topics, Q&A session, and 45 min personalized instruction for each rider. There is a 1 hour break for lunch and I recommend bringing your own so you can meet new people and bond with your horse or new friends. 

You can choose to bring your horse and participate for $100 or you can choose to audit for $25. Spots are first come, first served and space is very limited so be sure to grab your spot now. 

*Proof of vaccinations required for hauling in.

Event Reviews

Great workshop! Reiginitted my desire to get back to owning a horse again.

April Lane

Good workshop! Very informative thank you.

Valissity Schmidt

Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with all of us. So many people shared their fears and you provided help!

Carolyn Ramirez

After not working with my horse for a year, Miranda gave me the confidence to hand walk him. The breathing and vision exercises really helped.

Jane G.

Miranda is a very calming person. Breathing techniques were very helpful and, amazingly relieved my anxiety when mounting. It was magical! Thank you.

Barbara M.

So nice to meet you Miranda and thank you. 

Your seminar appealed to me because mainly when it comes to mounting, especially if it’s been a week or two, feelings of great anxiety take over to the point, a couple of times, I would not climb aboard. Fear has taken over due to prior injuries and accidents and after many years of riding and experiences can even set up negative scenarios in my head.

A mare, gina, I’ve had for several years but not ridden, on my vet’s advice came up and Miranda, I appreciate your input on how to deal with my fears about riding her in the future. Calling the vet, asking why he said that and just building confidence to move forward with her and do well with my other 2 horses.

Janie

Thank you thank you is all I can think of. You helped me stay calm and seemed to recognize before me that I needed to do more breathing. Also your book is helping me with other things, more forgiveness (I have done a lot and even teach forgiveness) and more “stuff” has come up. Thank you.

Kathy R.