Wed, 07 Apr|
Understanding and Assessing Your Horse's Posture
For Health and Performance
Time & Location
07 Apr 2021, 19:30 – 21:30
About This Event
Sustaining good posture is vital for our health and musculoskeletal comfort. It ensures bones, muscles, ligaments and even our internal organs are correctly aligned. It reduces stress and allows us to move with optimum comfort, flexibility and efficiency. It is exactly the same for the horse but, the horse has the additional burden of carrying a rider and holding his body in a position determined by that rider. Good posture reduces muscle fatigue, allows the horse to perform at his best for longer periods with minimal exhaustion. It minimises the risk of muscular problems, back pain and injury and it enables the horse to carry the rider more easily. This webinar will look at how we, as horse owners, riders, coaches and therapists can determine what is good or bad posture and how through good management practices, in hand exercises and correct riding, we can improve his comfort, longevity and all aspects of his wellbeing.
We anticipate this will be a popular webinar worldwide.
For just £10 you can watch the webinar live, ask questions and interact with the Q&A session.
On the the Tuesday preceding the event you will receive an email inviting you to register for the event - just follow the instructions!
We will open the webinar 30 minutes before it starts to give you plenty of time to log on.
The day after the webinar, we will send you a link which enables you to watch the recording for the next 7 days.
If you would prefer to purchase a life time recording, also £10, and useful if you live in a different time zone, you can do so here: www.horsesinsideout.com/academy
Certificates of Participation will be issued after the webinar. If you would like this webinar to contribute to your BHS CPD please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and your BHS membership number the day before the webinar.
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