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Horses Inside Out Lecture Demo – 11th September at Vale View

Vale View is hosting a Horses Inside Out lecture demo from 7pm on 11th September.

This is a fantastic opportunity to learn all about the riders position, posture, movement and assymetry in riding and how they can affect the horse.  It is aimed at anyone with an interest in improving their riding and should be a fun evening featuring the painted horses which Horses Inside Out has become renowned for.

The aim of Horses Inside Out is to show riders, trainers and therapists how, by  understanding the anatomy, biomechanics and physiology of the horse, they can  improve performance, maintain top physiological condition, manage horses for  optimum muscular reduce the risk of injury.

Tickets are £25 per person booked in advance and £28 on the door.

For more information telephone 01159 212 648 or email Shirley@horsesinsideout.com.

The website also has information about other upcoming demos throughout the country – http://www.horsesinsideout.com/index.html

Here is an article which was featured from the Horses Inside Out Conference back in 2013 talking about Assymetry – Article

 

 

 

About the author

Lucy

An amateur rider who produces all her own horses. I have competed at novice level and sadly never got further due to bad luck with horses but I am still ambitious to achieve a lot more. I have a riding qualification in UKCC2 and a diploma in NLP. Sports science and particularly the mental game fascinates me. For a day job I work for a large multinational brand.

1 Comment

  • I’ve been to one of their demo’s (and helped paint the horses) and it was fab. Learnt so much and made me realise I was quite wrong about some anatomy!