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Equine Sacrolliac Joint By Jean Luc Cornille
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Clearly explained, abundantly illustrated, highly documented, this large study provides precious insights on how to prevent, or if it is already too late, how to rehabilitate sacroiliac dysfunction... More > in the equine. The large document explains how the therapy Through Motion can achieve successful rehabilitation.The technique is pertinent and therefore different from all usual riding and in hand techniques. Efficient therapy needs therefore to address the whole horse's physique.This is by far the most useful document helping riders to prevent or rehabilitate this serious problem.< Less
The Side Effects Of Lungeing By Jean Luc Cornille
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Renowned author and advocate for equine health, Jean Luc Cornille, sorts facts from fiction about lungeing in this profound, 53-page, illustrated book. Cornille explains with crystal clarity the... More > severity of damages incurred by extended sessions. A must for every trainer, rider, and anyone that has ever loved a horse!< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
eBook (PDF): $25.99
Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
eBook (PDF): $25.99
Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less

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Anochi Anochi By Paul Hamburger
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