We run webinars on the first Wednesday of the month.
Autumn 2021 Series Overview
ONLINE PAINTED HORSE LECTURE DEMONSTRATIONS
This series of four Horses Inside Out lecture demonstrations, will allow people from all over the world to experience the delights of a classic live painted horse demonstration without the need to travel.
Filmed in an outdoor arena at Gillian’s home, and examining how anatomy and biomechanics can be a applied to movement, riding, training and management, these demonstrations are of interest to riders, coaches, students, healthcare professionals and indeed, anyone interested in learning more about improving comfort and performance, how horses move and reducing the risk of injury.
Full of tips, techniques and exercises that you can do with your horse from the ground as well as ridden, this series is a unique opportunity not to be missed!
Although each lecture demonstration can be viewed as a stand-alone event. However as we progress through the series each episode builds on the last, and introduces more anatomical structures and principles of biomechanics.
Episode 1: The Principles of Equine Movement
7.30pm (BST) Wednesday 15th September 2021
In this unridden demonstration, we will be looking at how the skeleton and the spinal muscle chains contribute to movement. We will examine the principles of good posture, the benefits of polework and how the horse creates walk, trot, canter.
Episode 2: Riding from the Anatomical Perspective
7.30pm (BST) Wednesday 6th October 2021
In this demonstration we will be looking at the changes that occur within the horse’s body, posture and movement when we add the weight of the rider. We will consider riding in harmony, rider position and balance, the timing of the aids and ridden exercises that you can do to maintain and improve your horse’s posture.
Episode 3: Dressage Dissected
7.30pm (GMT) Wednesday 3rd November 2021
In this demonstration, we will be looking at the biomechanics of flatwork. We will study dressage movements from the anatomical perspective, the importance of the forelimb and abductor muscle chains and the biomechanical principles of outline, collection, expression, bending and lateral work. The episode will end with a dressage to music finale.
Episode 4: Jumping from the Anatomical Approach
7.30pm (BST) Wednesday 1st December 2021
In this demonstration we will be studying the benefits of polework for horses from all disciplines and jumping from the anatomical perspective. Looking at how the horse jumps, comparing jumping styles, gymnastic jumping exercises, jump configurations and how making a different shape over a jump affects technique and performance, this final demonstration is of interest to anyone who aspires to jumping fences, large or small.
How it Works
Each episode is between 1 and 2 hours long.
There will be opportunity to ask questions.
We run our live webinars through Zoom.
On booking you will receive a confirmation email.
By the Tuesday preceding the webinar 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, you will receive a link by email. This will enable you to watch the recording for the next 7 days. This can only be accessed via the email link we send you.
Certificates of Participation will also be sent via email to everyone after the webinar.
If you would like this webinar to contribute to your BHS APC CPD please email email@example.com with your request and your BHS membership number the day before the webinar.
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