Like all body appendages, knowing what to do (or what not to do) with your hands is so important to our riding. In this edition of RIDE WITH JANICE, Janice will give you some 'ride changing' advice about how your hand's position, movement, and muscle tension should be factored into each ride.
During this episode, Janice will remind you of two main principles -: 1. Do something/nothing with your hands, so you don't do something with your hands - Confused? You won't be! 2. Think about muscle tension and the dynamic nature of how much pressure we need in our hands to get a response from our horse.
Mentioned in this podcast is German Dressage Trainer Hubertus Schmidt - You can find him online at https://www.hubertusschmidt.com Want to Progress Further? Like What You Hear? Are you are a dressage rider who cares about fitness and biomechanics, or even a cowgirl who dreams of a better seat and to feel stronger? Create strength on the mat, and balance in the saddle with Pilates For Dressage®. Or Consider enrolling in RIDERMANSHIP® - where your education takes a seriously progressive turn and allows you finally master the physical challenges you may be facing. Our next intake is February 2022 Sign up to our newsletter to be informed of when our intake opens up. If you'd like to ask Janice a question, sign up to her newsletter, enquire about live or online events, shop her books and DVDs or even just follow her on social media - CLICK HERE Turn your rides into moments - with Janice Dulak - Published author and creator of the online education program Ridermanship®
Janice Dulak is known internationally for her work in melding Professional Dancing, Pilates and Riding into a program to enhance your strength, body awareness and influence on your horse. The author of Pilates For Dressage® and the creator of Ridermanship® Clinic in the Cloud study program, this podcast is your FREE access to Janice...
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