Suppleness

Feb. 7, 2019 by

The last blog post dealt with rhythm of movement / tact – the first point of the “scale of training”, its different aspects and which factors influence the rhythm of the horse. In this blog contribution, I would like to

Review: Gentle Riding

May. 21, 2018 by

Many thanks to all my participants – human and animal alike. On the weekend we offered a course about gentle physiological riding in Aerzen and gained a lot of interest. Horses with osteotherapeutic challenges, some of which were previously considered

Review: Rider’s seat and biomechanics of the horse

May. 14, 2018 by

Review: Many thanks to all (also international) participants and to Frauke Behrens and her horse Ymte. Bild Last weekend, our first joint course “Riding Seat and Biomechanics of the Horse” took place at the Zentrum für Reiter- und Pferdewohl (Centre