What does it mean to sit deep?
Common advice, but often poorly explained and understood.
A rider’s seat is key for good balance, moving with the horse, and communication.
A secure seat keeps you in the saddle when things go awry and your horse gets a bit fresh.
A good seat means a still seat, so you can send your horse signals with the smallest of movements.
But what exactly creates a “good seat” and what is the actual movement of “sitting deep”?
Wendy Murdoch, international clinician, Feldenkrais practitioner, anatomy and movement expert, is here to explain (with two skeleton assistants).
Click play below to watch!
If you want to learn more from Wendy, scroll down to learn more about her online courses at HorseClass.
See you in the comments,