Remote Lesson Instructions

Megan regularly teaches remote lessons on both Google Duo and Zoom. All you need is a cell phone, bluetooth headphones (alternatively, two cell phones is fine), decent signal (perform a speed test and look for good upload speeds), and a tripod! A videographer will improve your lesson experience but is not necessary. Pivo Meet is also an option for those who have a Pivo pod.

To set up for a remote lesson without a videographer: 

- place phone on tripod in the corner of the arena, taking note of where the camera can see in the arena so you can stay in that area as best as possible. 

- connect to bluetooth headphones to the phone being used to video OR have a second cell phone on the rider's person

- send Megan a zoom invite or google duo call invite 

- begin lesson 

To set up for a remote lesson with a videographer:

- videographer will stand to the side or in the middle of the arena and point the phone at the rider 

- connect bluetooth headphones to the phone being used to video OR have a second cell phone on the rider's person

- send Megan a zoom invite or google duo call invite

- begin lesson