Welcome to the Sit Well Method

If you’re struggling with straightness, feeling weak, stiff or wobbly or finding it hard to have a soft connection with your horse, you’re in the right place!  The Sit Well Method uses corrective exercises which are low impact  to improve your strength, flexibility, balance, coordination and perhaps most importantly body awareness. You will notice the difference in your riding within 12 weeks.  There are self assessments and progress tests to help you learn about your position and posture. There are in depth corrective exercise programs which is where I suggest you start. Plus a library of  classes to mix things up a bit! I’m always on hand to answer any questions and give you guidance. All you need to do is log in regularly and make the SitWell programs a habit.

 I can promise that you will feel better even after the very first session, with improved breathing, posture and movement. All the exercises are clearly explained and easy to follow, this way it’s like having a trainer in your front room ensuring you’re getting the most from each exercise. There are short classes for the whole body that are quick, effective and feel good – perfect for the busy equestrian.

Feel good and ride even better will the SitWell Method!

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Start today with in depth corrective exercise programs for…
  • Rider straightness
  • Rounded shoulders
  • Tipping forwards
  • Independent seat
  • Anterior pelvic tilt
  • Swinging legs
  • Heels grip up


  • Reconnect with your Core Series
  • Shoulder Series
  • A new class added each week
  • ‘Shorts’ classes for when you’re pushed for time
  • Tips and exercises to improve your seat and riding

off the horse exercises
Move Well

Move Well

This is not just another rider fitness program. These specialised programs help you ride and move with better posture both in the saddle and in every day life.
Ride Well

Ride Well

Reach your full potential. Enjoy spending time doing the things that you love in the places that you love.
Feel Well

Feel Well

The exercises are a combination of releases, stretches and activations to correct muscular imbalances and asymmetries in the body which lead to dysfunctional movement and eventually pain.


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