Vaulting Lessons at Warm Beach Horsemanship
Experience gymnastics and dance on a moving horse!
Vaulting is one of the safest equestrian sports. In addition to being a fun way to work with horses, vaulting helps build confidence, balance, strength, and coordination. Students also learn trust, cooperation and communication with their classmates and the horse. Vaulting is always done in a very controlled environment and careful attention is given to the safety of each vaulter. Lessons include devotional time that helps participants grow closer to God.
- Any skill level is welcome; ages 8-19
- Ground instruction and stationary barrel practice
- Movement on horseback, both individual and team
- Professionally trained staff provide safe and enriching experience
2022 Vaulting Lessons
- Winter Session include 4 weeks running January 24 through February 20.
- Spring Session include 9 weeks running March 12 through May 20 | No lessons April 3-10
- Summer Session- Not offered in 2022.
- Fall Session - Not offered in 2022.
*Cost varies depending on session season.
- Each class is 2 hours in length, once per week.
Not offered in 2022
9 Weeks | March 12 - May 20 | No lessons April 3-10
|Group Vaulting Class (8yrs+)
4 Weeks | January 24 - February 20
|Group Vaulting Class (8yrs+)
Enrollment will be accepted up until the first day of lessons (subject to availability).
Must complete the online registration and waiver prior to the first lesson.
- 2 hours long sessions.
- Prices include lessons, once per week, during session dates.
Note: If arriving 15 minutes late or more, vaulter may not be able to participate.
The staff are passionate for sharing the love of God through professional horsemanship instruction. They believe in the amazing ability of horses and horse related activities to nurture the potential in each person. The staff are active in one or more professional associations such as Certified Horsemanship Association, American Vaulting Association, and Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship.
New Zealand native, Lisa Tremain, is excited to be back at Warm Beach Camp to serve as the Horsemanship Director where she hopes to share her love of horses and God with others. Lisa first came to Warm Beach Camp as a WIT (Wrangler in Training) in 2003, and since has served in other camp ministries throughout New Zealand. She believes horses provide a unique opportunity to teach not only horsemanship skills, but also core life skills including trust, respect, communication and the importance of relationships.
Assistant Horsemanship Director
Ginger Reitz has been involved in various horse sports for decades including – riding, competing, teaching and training. In her role as the Assistant Horsemanship Director Ginger oversees the Warm Beach Vaulters competitive vaulting club and the Warm Beach Therapeutic Horsemanship programs. Ginger has a God-given compassion for those who can benefit simply from the activity and environment of vaulting, riding, and horse-related activities. Her goal is to improve people’s lives through equine-assisted activities and create space for others to connect to the love of God.