How do you change those deep, ingrained habits?
The ones that are so familiar or so old we don’t even know we do them.
I am referring specifically to movement patterns, for example the way we position our foot as soon as it touches the stirrup. Or how we respond with our body when we feel our horse tense up before a spook.
Or the way we lean forward, even just a little, before a canter transition.
These are all examples of deep habits, patterns of movement, that are not as easy to change as hearing an instructor say “sit up and stop leaning forward”!
In this video, I will give you 5 steps to changing a movement pattern, no matter how long you have been doing it or how strong a habit it is.
Click play below to learn more!
See you in the comments!