Best diet books of all time
Frustrated horse riders will be able to forge partnerships with timid or resistant horses with this dynamic natural horsemanship approach. English and Western riders will learn to cross the mental and physical barriers they have with their horses through step-by-step exercises and confidence building techniques. Riders of all levels will learn what motivates a horse, how to calm an excited horse, and how to lead, load, and trailer a horse that is easily spooked. Offering advice from personal experiences and discussing the hands-on training to be gained at riding clinics, this guide includes sidebars that make this an easily referenced and cleanly designed resource.
More free books Core Connection for Rider & Horse : Preparing Body and Mind for Riding Performance in Partnership – Lindsay Wilcox-Reid
The book outlines the connections within - the different factors affecting the horse/rider partnership (e.g. rider biomechanics, horse posture and proprioception, saddle balance, mental focus, how horses learn). Lindsay looks at how we can improve our own biomechanics, explains dysfunction patterns in the rider's body, and offers cutting-edge anti-spasm and nerve-mobility exercises […] Yoga for Equestrians : A New Path for Achieving Union with the Horse – Linda Benedik
Equestrians everywhere will benefit from these unique yoga exercises specially designed for the rider. Learn how to enhance your riding skills through awareness exercises, visualizations, and meditations and improve your strength, flexibility, and balance through mounted and unmounted yoga routines.
Author: Linda Benedik
Pages: 176 pages
Size: 23.70 Mb Equestrian Pilates : Schooling for the Rider – Sue Gould-Wright
In this book, Sue Gould-Wright, a qualified Pilates instructor and sports massage therapist, takes general Pilates principles and applies them specifically to riders' needs. She recognises that most riders are pushed for time so her exercises are designed to be done pretty much anywhere - at the stable yard for instance - with no special equipment. Using photos and clear instructions […] Pilates : For the Dressage Rider – Janice Dulak
While they use different terms, both Pilates and dressage share an emphasis on the torso, or "Powerhouse" in Pilates-speak, and achieving core strength, good posture, and muscle flexibility. The goals of a Pilates program are often identical to what riders try to achieved in the saddle in the sport of dressage. The book shares three basic goals: to give the reader an introduction to […] Pilates for Riders : Align Your Spine and Control Your Core for a Perfect Position – Lindsay Wilcox-Reid
Whether your goal is to reduce posture-related back pain or access that vital extra per cent out of your competition horse, Pilates is the solution you have been looking for. "Pilates for Riders" offers an holistic approach to body conditioning geared towards making you a better balanced, more effective and elegant rider. With simple practical solutions that really work, along with […] You Are the Horse and You Are the Rider – Michael R Beaumont-Connop
The book starts with a journey that takes us back to the beginning of our being. It brings us forward from our childhood where we have almost complete physical and psychological freedom and charts some of most remarkable achievements we have to make, in order to survive. An early and brief discussion of my training in child and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy […] The New Anatomy of Rider Connection : Structural Balance for Rider and Horse – Mary Wanless
For the past 30-plus years, Mary Wanless and her bestselling Ride with Your Mind books and DVDs have helped revolutionize the art and science of riding horses. Now she takes her pioneering techniques--which combine a lifetime's influences from the fields of psychology, biofeedback, neuro-linguistic programming, the Alexander and Feldenkrais techniques, Tai Chi, massage, dance, […] Massage Techniques for Horse and Rider – Mary W. Bromiley
Massage as a curative treatment has been practised in China since around 2700BC and has long been established as a highly effective therapy for both horse and rider. In this authoritative book, leading veterinary physiotherapist Mary Bromiley introduces the reader to the benefits and techniques of both Eastern and Western massage for horse and rider. The author covers in detail the […]
Best diet books of all time