The art of successful riding is the development of harmony to such a degree that, to the onlooker, horse and rider perform in total unity. The rider's key to this ideal is not a static seat but one that is capable of making finely tuned movements that both communicate and remain in perfect balance with the horse. This 50 minute DVD shows how to develop this unity, why and where problems and faults occur, and which methods best address them. Riders of all disciplines and levels will find practical ideas to help remedy problems and correct their seat. Topics include: riding as movement; rhythm, balance, suppleness; individual strong and weak points; how to supple the hip joint; developing a correct leg position; upper body balance; correct asymmetries; the independent hand of the rider.
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