Biomechanics of Equitation course 12th to 15th May 2018

Introduction to Biomechanics of equitation
 
Looking to find that proud horse you know is in there somewhere but is just proving a little difficult to find at the moment? Having problems with saddle slip, stopping, turning, canter lead, finding that riding is more of a battle than a pleasure or just wanting a better connection with your horse?
Don’t despair there is a way forward. By addressing the natural asymmetry or crookedness of the horse, many problems can disappear.
 
Price:  550€ p.p. Biomechanics of Equitation course incl. 3 nights accommodation, meals, incl. wine with evening meal, use of faclities incl. heated pool & jacuzzi (mountain bikes available for non riding friends or partners). The price is based on 2 people sharing a room.
  • Single room supplement of 40€ p.p.p.n .
  • Non participating friends or partners 250€ 

 

Order of events

12th May – Arrive at Cortijo Los Lobos in time to relax and use the pool before a 3 course evening meal where everyone can meet each other and talk to Jill about the course.

13th & 14th May – each day to include:-
  • 1 hour lecture on biomechanics of equitation.
    Topics covered:
    – Natural asymmetry, what it is and how it affects the ridden horse.
    – Balance, how to work towards self-carriage and why it is important for the longevity of the horse.
    – Anatomy of the back and major muscles
  • 2 hour practical demonstration
  • Plenty of time to relax, soak up the sun and use the pool.

The course will finish on the evening of the 14th with a picnic ride in the mountains ( horse hours during course ground work and riding during picnic ride included in price) Non riding friends can accompany the picnic by Landrover.

TO BOOK, message via facebook page cortijoloslobos, email June on cortijoloslobos@yahoo.co.uk or phone 0034 660294457
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About Jill Griffith

Jill Griffith has been involved with horses almost daily for over 40 years. After being made redundant from her scientific laboratory work she retrained as a riding instructor and gained BHS qualifications. Her main interests were showjumping her horse for regional finals on the BSJA scene along with her freelance teaching and lecturing.

More recently her enthusiasm for combining her passion of horses, with her scientific background, led to a Batchelor of Science with 1st class Honours. Jill’s continued to research the best methods of training using sound scientific evidence. She has trained classically gaining experience in Jerez at ‘The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art’ with Olympic rider Rafael Soto. She has homebred horses along with her Spanish horses. They are all barefoot and kept as natural as possible. It was her Spanish carriage horse that led Jill to working with the understanding of the natural asymmetry of the horse. This enabled him to work in balance and ultimately in self carriage.
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Other courses in May 2018

Combine this course with one of our other courses running this May 2018. 

We have 3 amazing courses following on from this one (see below) :

15th to 18th we have Bern Easterford , teaching us how to create a better connection with your horse.

Connecting with your horse – With Bern Easterford

18th to 21st we have our confidence course with Tracy Cole.

Riding Confidence Course 18 – 21 May 2018

21st to 24th May we have our very popular barefoot trimming course with Sarah Oliver.

See events on Facebook page or website for more info. 

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE ATTENDING MORE THAN ONE COURSE!

 
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