It is no surprise that we learn better when we know why we are doing something.
Understanding why your heel should hang under your hip, for example, or why the horse can move more freely when their neck is lowered and stretched, gives context to otherwise baseless instruction.
That’s why, in this week’s video, I want to give you a quick anatomy lesson…
Here’s what you will learn:
- How the ligament system of the horse’s back supports good movement… if it is engaged
- A simple way to visualize the relationship between you and your horse’s movements
- Why good alignment makes riding easier
- The most important joint for riding
Click play below for this anatomy lesson from one of my online courses.
I’ll show how horse and rider anatomy are related, and how seeing these connections can help both you and your horse move better.
See you in the comments!