We run webinars on the first Wednesday of the month. Including painted horses and slow-motion video, as well as Gillian's clear explanations the audience is able to observe and understand what is happening under the skin as the horse moves. These webinars are always full of suggestions, practical tips and exercises to use with your horse.


There are 2 options for viewing the webinars:



For just £10 you can watch the webinar live, ask questions and interact with the Q&A session. The following day we will also send you a link which enables you to watch it for the next 7 days.


Watch our back catalogue of webinars! For just £10 you can purchase lifetime access to the recorded version of the webinar. This version does not include any Q&A. 

NB. Webinar recordings will not be available

until after the date of the live webinar.

Horses Inside Out Academy, Online Learning Hub - free membership, watch free tutorial videos, video lectures, video courses, webinars education in equine anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, health, care, training tips, pilates, massage, therapy for horses

Online Lectures and Video Courses

Through our online learning hub, The Horses Inside Out Academy, we have a number of online video lectures that you can watch anywhere, anytime and as many times as you like.
Once you become a member of The Academy (it's free to join) you can watch a series of free tutorial videos and have the opportunity to purchase full-length video lectures and video courses.

We are continually working on creating more online lectures and courses for The Academy and exciting new content is added regularly.


Live Painted Horse Lecture Demonstrations

Ideal for horse owners, riders, coaches, veterinary students, saddlers and farriers. Perfect for novices or advanced groups.


These applied and interactive day or evening demonstrations explain in a clear, entertaining, memorable way how understanding our horses’ make-up allows us to ride, train and manage them efficiently and effectively. 

With the internal anatomy painted on the outside, Gillian demonstrates exercises to develop a supple, strong, comfortable horse able to maximise the range of movement and perform at his best.


With a rider in a skeleton bodysuit, it is also possible to see the interaction between horse and rider.


Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics Courses

Led by Gillian, these 2-day Courses are of interest to horse owners, coaches, riders, judges, therapists, instructors, hoof professionals, saddlers, students and horse owners. 
Using a mix of video-based theory and practical sessions, Gillian explains the practical application of anatomy and biomechanics to how we ride and care for our horses. 
Topics can include joint movement, muscles and myofascial chains, posture, tendon
 and ligament biomechanics, the mechanics of dressage, polework, jumping, the effect of asymmetry and compensation patterns.

This course can be adapted for specific interested groups. Just get in touch

   Lectures and Video Based Talks    

Using painted horses and slow-motion video allows the audience to observe and understand what is happening under the skin as the horse moves.


The talks, which are very popular with the BHS and riding clubs, can be run at any time of year but are particularly popular for indoor winter talks.





Understanding the Horse’s Back
Polework and Gymnastic Jumping for all Disciplines 
Not Quite Right?
Pilates for Horses
Striving for Straightness
Dressage Dissected
Asymmetry and Compensation Patterns


If you have a specific area of interest

please just get in touch


Practical Workshops for Horse Owners

Held at our base in the Midlands or at your yard, these unique and innovative courses are very popular, great fun and an excellent way to learn more about the anatomy, biomechanics, training, management and comfort of your horse.


Some courses involve led anatomical painting.

They are ideal for small groups, (maximum 24) and particularly popular with riding clubs, livery yards and exam groups. 

Workshops can cover such topics as:


'Pilates' for Horses

Massage and Stretching for Horses

The Equine Gym

Assessing Posture and Movement