Achieve Equestrian Balance with Jennifer Kotylo`s Equilates at the
Rhonda Reese, General Manager
Kathy Freidel, Event Coordinator
Midwest Horse Fair
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Achieve Equestrian Balance with Jennifer Kotylo’s Equilates
at the 2015 Midwest Horse Fair!
Madison, WI December 17, 2014 –– Jennifer Malott Kotylo is a Movement Therapist
and Body Awareness Specialist who works primarily with equestrian athletes. She is
also the producer of the DVD series "Improve Your Riding Through Movement," and
the author of the children’s horse story "My Best Friend Betsy."
Jennifer developed a passion for body awareness and biomechanics while pursuing her
lifelong quest of international level dressage riding. She is a certified Core Dynamics
Pilates Instructor, certified Equilates teacher, and certified Balimo practitioner. “My
goal now is to use my knowledge to help others fulfill their physical dreams, whether
they are riding a horse, running a marathon, easing the debilitating effects of
neurological disease, or returning to bio-correctness after an injury or repetitive
"I had always wanted to be the best rider I could be, even though I was not blessed with a natural athlete’s body.
A lifetime of bad postural habits, sitting behind a desk and ignored injuries had turned my body into a crooked,
stiff mess. I tried massage and acupuncture, and they certainly helped, but it was Pilates that gave me my body
back. In fact, Pilates made such a significant impact on my riding that I committed myself to becoming certified
in a wide variety of movement modalities in order to help fellow wanna-be athletes."
Jennifer has completed the EAGALA Equine Specialist Certification course and is also an USDF "L" Judge
with distinction. She has an MBA in finance and strategic planning from Indiana University, and a BA in
economics from the College of Wooster. When not around horses, she enjoys traveling the world.
Meet Jennifer Kotylo at the 36th annual Midwest Horse Fair, April 17-19, at the Alliant Energy Center in
The Midwest Horse Fair is owned by the Wisconsin Horse Council, Inc. All proceeds from the Fair are
returned to the WHC and are used to represent and foster a unified equine industry in Wisconsin, promote the
equine leadership, education, service, and communication, and to take a proactive role in the future growth and
development of the equine industry.
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