Is there an exercise you’re stuck with? Are you unsure whether or not you are doing well with your horse? Would you like to delve deeper into a specific topic? Or do you have some burning questions? Everything is possible through the ‘Film & Learn’ offer.

How does it work?
All you have to do is to upload a video with a maximum length of 10 to 15 minutes via YouTube and send it to us via a private link. Then we will contact you to make an appointment in which you will videocall with Jossy for a maximum of half an hour via Zoom or Skype. During that videocall, Jossy will explain to you his prepared feedback while you watch the video together. Also he is happy to give you the necessary instructions to continue with your horse. Last but not least: you can of course ask questions to your heart’s content!

Who is it for? 
Film & Learn is there for everybody: whether you’re a beginner or an advanced rider, whether you will take your first steps into the Academic Art of Riding or Bitless Art of Riding, or whether you already have a lot of experience in the field. Even if you are not sure about your training, Jossy can have a look at it if submit your video.

What are the costs?
For one movie of 0 – 10 minutes in combination with a Skype/Zoom feedback-moment of 20 minutes, the price is € 39.
For  one movie of 0 – 15 minutes in combination with a Skype/Zoom feedback-moment of 30 minutes, the price is € 59. 

You can also purchase this Film & Learn session in packages: If you purchase a package of 3 Film & Learn sessions, you will receive a 5% discount.

The process
1. You purchase your session(s).
2. As soon as we registered your order and payment, we contact you with more instructions.
3. You send us an email with the link to your video* at info@jossy-reynvoet.com.
3. As soon as we received your video** we make an appointment through Skype or Zoom***.

* Are you unsure about how to post and share a video with private link on YouTube? This manual explains it succinctly!
** Ensure good quality for the best and most detailed feedback. Try to keep your camera stable so that we get a nice and clear view on you and your horse.
*** Are you not familiar with Skype or Zoom? We are happy to help you out.