Horse Geeks Episode 103: Internal Straightness
The Horse Geeks Podcast – Where we look at horses and riding from the inside out
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Topic: Discussion about what internal straightness means, as two dimensions or as a combination of two spinal functions. Internal straightness is an important part of balance, not only for riders but especially for our horses. Straightness, which could also be called length x width, brings efficiency and ease to movement. Also discussed is how our horse can look straight while still holding a bend or rotation issue through the spine.
Guest: Deb Romero, certified Alexander Technique Instructor
Host: Kirsten Nelsen, professional horse trainer
Developer of Training for Optimal Balance