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We spend all our time training our horse to improve their balance, their strength and their fitness. Yet dressage, or any form of riding, is a team sport. Are you also working on your own core strength, balance & flexibility so your horse can move more freely beneath you?
This could be the missing piece that unlocks you and your horses true potential.
Which element do you want to explore next?
The 4 elements below combine to achieve coalescence.What is coalescence?
Suppleness in your muscles, ligaments & joints allows you to move freely with your horses’ movement with less strain on your body.
Stability in the saddle gives you a centered & balanced seat, dramatically helping your horses’ movement.
Improved stamina allows you to ride for longer, maintain mental clarity & not make mistakes. It also reduces your risks of falling.
Your mindset governs the actions you take & decisions you make. Controlling it is the single best life-skill you could have.
Thank you so so so much for providing answers I never thought I’d find in my riding, or that I thought would take way way longer to develop. It makes it so much more fun to feel more correct and confident more quickly in what I’m doing and to be able to communicate to my horse more effectively! He tries so hard for me, now I can feel better about what I’m doing for him!
– Erica Larson, Kansas United States
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