April 24 2019
Discover, immerse, and build confidence in the saddle while learning horsemanship in the heart of Mongolia. Experience the nomadic culture from the back of an ancient breed of horse. Relax, have fun, and enjoy the ride while changing your mindset into one that is more positive!
A brand new and exclusive horse-riding retreat will launch July 2020 in the Khentti Plain of Mongolia, hosted by Heather Wallace, The Timid Rider, and Camille Champagne, an FEI 3* Endurance Rider and Natural Horsemanship Trainer.
This retreat is the perfect opportunity to explore the Mongolian nomadic culture for riders that may struggle with confidence in the saddle. Learn natural horsemanship to understand behavior better and improve communication, learn a positive mindset and meditation techniques. Muster horses with the nomads, ride across the Gobi Desert with Heather and Camille, and end the day with yoga, and so much more. The possibilities are endless.
One week can change your life.
We are now taking applications. Six spots are available for July 26 to August 1, 2020.
About Heather Wallace
Heather Wallace is the award-winning author of Confessions of a Timid Rider, and equestrian blogger at The Timid Rider talking honestly about confidence, challenging yourself, and overcoming obstacles.
Heather is also the Content Manager and a regular writer for EquineInfoExchange.com as well as the Media Coordinator for the Gobi Desert Cup, an endurance race in Mongolia. In her spare time, of which she has little, she spends her time with her husband, three children, two dogs, and pony. You can follow her on social media @timidrider or at timidrider.com.