Is it confusing to have more than one trainer?
My current trainer- She is more about overall improvement and general skill first. For example, when I was learning to trot on a quicker horse she simply told me to pick up a trot and feel to get a post going, but to completely disregard diagonals. Eventually when I was stable she worked in diagonals. Also, she is much more terse. Not necessarily in a bad way but it keeps me wanting to prove that I can do better so I guess it is good. Again, she is a hunt seat and hunter/jumper trainer.
The one I want to start with-She is much more about helping me to understand the reason behind what makes my riding better. She took the time to explain why diagonals were important and how to find them before she even saw me post a trot. Also, she is much more supportive, if I mess up she stops me and explains why it wasn't right. She is a dressage trainer, who has shown dressage and hunter/jumper. She also insists that I would make a great dressage rider because I have a naturally deep seat.
So what do you think? Would it be hard to use two different trainers?