Sport Psychology for Equestrians with Seana Adamson, Ph.D

Seana Adamson has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, and specializes in working with equestrian athletes. She is a United States Dressage Federation Gold Medalist, and has 30 years of experience teaching riding, and training horses.  She teaches Sport Psychology seminars to equestrian groups nationwide, and is a dressage instructor at Franktown Meadows Equestrian Center in Carson City, Nevada.

 

Seana has competed in the hunter-jumper world, as well as three-day eventing. Seana and her students have won numerous regional and national awards. She has produced several Grand Prix dressage horses, and has coached students from Training level to Grand Prix.

Click on the "Shanghai" page to see Seana and Shanghai perform their Grand Prix Kur.

“I love the challenge of trying to find the best way to communicate the incredible subtlety of dressage. Each horse and rider combination create an utterly unique blending of two minds and two bodies. The possibilities are endless.”