The first online lecture demonstration in a new series from Horses Inside Out is on the principles of equine movement, and will look at how the skeleton and the spinal muscle chains contribute to movement.
In this unridden demonstration, viewers will learn how the skeleton and the spinal muscle chains contribute to movement. Horses Inside Out founder Gillian Higgins will examine the principles of good posture, the benefits of pole work and how the horse creates walk, trot, canter.
Tickets for each are £20, or £60 to attend the complete series of four, concluding in December. The day after the webinar, a link is sent to enable viewing for the next week.
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» Register for The principles of equine movement on September 15, at 7.30pm (BST).