FEIF - International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations 
Director of Leisure Riding

The Director of Leisure Riding has overall responsibility within FEIF for promoting international cooperation between the member associations in the field of leisure riding.

Mia Estermann is the founder, owner and manager of a School teaching people how to massage horses an dogs, originally educated as an Economist, working as Client Service Executive (Marketreserche and Consulting) and owner of a consulting company (Business to Bussines Research). She has been working with all kinds of horses for many years and teaching “animal-shiatsu” and teaching riders how to get more feeling for their horses and how to ride their horses in a physically and emotionally correct way.

Many years ago  she competed in tournaments, being Swiss champion and part of the Swiss Team at the European Championships in 1987 in Austria. She had been team leader for the Swiss World Championships team three times. Mia has one horse and is mainly riding in the nature and from time to time at a competition. She was a member of the national Youth and Leisure Riding Committee for many years and attended the FEIF Conferences for Switzerland. Since 2016 years she had been a member of the FEIF Leisure Riding Committee

 

Mia Estermann (CH) is the FEIF Director of Leisure Riding, having been elected at the Delegates Assembly in Sweden in 2018.

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