1hr25min of professional applied kinetic anatomy theory and practical content for those equine and equestrian professionals working with the precision sport horse, saddle and rider combination.
Presented by PhD student, graduate human Sports Therapist, Equine Veterinary Physiotherapist and certified saddle fitter, Caroline Lindsay, this interactive webinar is part of a comprehensive accredited course series created for equine and equestrian professionals and competition riders dedicated to ethical horse saddle rider performance.
Equitation coaches and instructors, trainers and therapists will find the content presented in a unique and highly informative format.
- Kinetic terminology.
- Passive and dynamic components of body tissues in equitation.
- First steps to thoracic sling muscle function and development.
- The theory of horse and rider static and dynamic posture for effective riding.
- The importance of the neutral pelvis for the rider and how to locate it for effective riding.
- How to achieve optimal pelvic contact with the saddle seat surface.
As well as being highly applied, this lecture is highly visual and has a wealth of video content for clarification of the theory.