Webinar Series From 7th Dec: ULTIMATE DEEP SEAT Seat Rider Evaluation & Stabilisation Competence Certified Course
Starting Weds 7th Dec at 19.00 London Time for 2 hours and subsequent Wednesdays (with a holiday season break) for 5 sessions. Opportunity to learn new skills and add an additional service to your practice with this 100% online, competence certified course on successful completion of assignments. Full description below the payment link. 20 hour course. Webinar participation plus independent study assignments. Certification issued by Lantra course accrediting body.
This series of webinars is game changing for the horse and rider combination as the rider is targeted for instantaneous improvements to stabilise them in the saddle to produce a deeper seat and engage the thoracic sling system of the horse. Too often, the horse is encouraged to improve their way of going when it is the rider that needs to change the way they perform in the saddle. This series has a strong focus on how the horse, saddle and rider can make fast track improvements for enhanced performance.
This instructional webinar series is 10 hours long, providing practical content for those equine and equestrian professionals, competition riders, saddle fitters, massage therapists, coaches and students working with the precision sport horse, saddle and rider combination that want to gain a greater understanding of performance issues and what to target for resolution. An optional further 10 hours of independent study assignments make up the competence certified course. There is an additional £26 registration fee for the competence certified route which will be due shortly before the course starts.
Ideal for those beginning to work with the horse saddle and rider as a combination, regardless of professional background. Presented by PhD student, graduate human Sports Therapist, Equine Veterinary Physiotherapist and certified saddle fitter, Caroline Lindsay, who has been working successfully with horse, saddle and rider combinations for more than 2 decades. Caroline is a registered Lantra Education Provider.
This presentation follows on from Identify, Learn and Recall Equine Kinetic Anatomy.
Use this link if you wish to purchase the webinar replay broadcast earlier this year to view in your own time (£95): https://horsesaddlerider.com/product/rider-evaluation-stabilisation-9-hour-webinar-replay-10-languages
“Fantastic course filling up the gaps and adding new techniques to the existing tool set. Amazing way of presenting material. Super clear and easy to understand.” K.D.
“A really interesting series of webinars, very clearly and thoroughly presented with excellent pictures and videos…..this is definitely information and advice I will keep coming back to!” J.P.
Presented in a refreshingly unique highly applied, informative format, the webinar covers the range of techniques for the identification of functional asymmetry in the rider and subsequent stabilisation techniques to enhance equitation performance enhancement. This programme clearly shows how the interaction between the individual horse saddle rider combination can be optimised with a strong focus on thoracic sling engagement for the horse and deep seat techniques for the rider. The presentation includes film, explanations and discussions generated from audience participation.
An overview of equitation forces acting on the horse, saddle and rider combination.
Rider evaluation off the horse using a series of basic functional tests both with and without the saddle.
How the saddle can block optimal postural in the rider.
A review of the scientific literature suggesting how the skilled rider rides in balance.
How to instantaneously stabilise the rider with a deeper seat to create thoracic sling engagement, wither lift and lightness of steps in the horse.
Saddle and bridle fit checking.
As well as being highly applied, this lecture is highly visual and has a wealth of video content for clarification of the theory.
CPD certificates also issued for those only viewing.
The lecture is highly visual and has a wealth of video content for clarification of the theory.
Access to at least 2 horse and rider combinations is needed for practice, together with a saddle stand/buck and safe enclosed arena to work in. Horses can be worked only in walk if preferred.
Rider Evaluation & Stabilisation Webinar Replay
English, German Subtitles, French Subtitles, Polish Subtitles, Italian Subtitles, Dutch Subtitles, Portuguese Subtitles, Spanish Subtitles, Swedish Subtitles, Finnish Subtitles