Horse & Rider Biomechanics Clinic – April

13th and 14th April 2019 with Sue Pennington Equestrian & King Equine Osteopathy.

Venue – Waimauku
Price – $420 per combination (including arena and yard hire for both days)

We will be running a Riding Clinic that focuses on optimising both rider and horse biomechanics and performance using osteopathy for both horse and rider and private ridden lessons. The format will be as follows:

Day 1
Private lesson with Sue, with Emily also watching both the horse and rider. Sue, the rider and I will discuss during this lesson what we would like to improve with both the rider and the horse.

Following your lesson, your horse will have an osteopathic treatment with Emily where we will start to address any issues with the horse that were identified during that mornings lesson.

Day 2
The rider will have an osteopathic treatment with Emily where we will start to address any imbalances or issues that the rider may have. These will have been identified in the first lesson on day 1. We will be working specifically to change biomechanical patterns that may make the rider less effective with their aids or postures/asymmetries that may be causing the horse to struggle.

Following the rider’s osteopathic treatment with Emily the rider will have their second private lesson with Sue continuing to work with both the horse and rider biomechanically. This will allow us to see any changes with the horse and rider and discuss a management plan for that combination, specific to their goals for the season.

Both days will include video feedback of the ridden lessons, this gives the rider the opportunity to see the differences in their riding and horse’s way of going. There will also be a discussion with the rider identifying what they are wanting to change or improve in themselves or their horse.

Spaces limited to 6 combinations… Book your space now.

Your space will be secured following payment – we can organise for this to be paid off over the coming weeks if need be.

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