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I knew I made the right decision to become an Ambassador when I was teaching one of my first clinics. I could tell one of the clients had some confidence issues loping her horse, so she asked me to lope the horse for her during the Cruising Lesson. The horse did fine, and I had her get back on the horse and she loped her horse without an issue. Later that day, someone came up to me and told me that the client with the loping issue had been in a really bad riding accident and this was the first time she had loped her horse in months. Experiences like that are what I love about being a Method Ambassador. – Sarah Syzmkiewicz, Method Ambassador Reno, Nevada
Being able to get out there, teach the Method and help everyday people have been the most rewarding opportunities I have ever had! Learning how to move forward with my own business has been difficult at times, but it has been a challenge that I have been prepared to accept and tackle. There have been many times when I am in the middle of a lesson or a training session and have thought, “I can’t believe I get to do this for a living! This is my JOB!” I honestly feel like I have cheated life because I enjoy what I do so much. – Shelbi McNeil, Method Ambassador Cody, Wyoming
Dream of making your passion for the Method and helping horsemen a profession? Learn how the Clinician Academy can make it a reality! Participation in the 2019 Clinician Academy has been extended to 20 horsemen on a first-come, first-served basis. The course begins April 29th and runs until June 14th. Participation is Learn all about the Clinician Academy and the application process on our website.