Watch and learn - beauty, health and love

You certainly don't have to be a dressage rider, or even horse owner, to benefit from these. ENJOY.

To sign up for 3 videos from Karen Rohlf, for free, the first of which prepares the human mind for healthy biomechanics (ie releases healthy biomechanics in the rider so that healthy biomechanics are possible for the horse under saddle) and the second of which allows for healthy biomechanics for the horse during riding, please click on the link below.

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 Karen Rohlf and a lucky horse preparing to be ridden with healthy biomechanics

Karen Rohlf and a lucky horse preparing to be ridden with healthy biomechanics

It is not the rider on the back that is the first step in inverted, and thus prone to lameness, horses. Instead, it is their upbringing, lifestyle and in-hand handling.

 This photo shows the absolute current mental disconnect between in-hand and riding. This is from the USDF (United States Dressage Federation) Sport Horse Prospect Development Program. Is this horse on the right physically learning what you want from a ride right now, especially in regards to the bit? You bet. And what a complete and utter shame. People blame an awful lot on the "weight of the rider" and the "inherent weakness of the horse" when, in actuality, they are only riding what they have already created through habitat, handling and hoof care. It is easy to create an amazing riding horse, when you have the amazing skills the gentleman above does. All he needs to do is to better see the 24/7 experience he is giving his horse. Thank goodness for the emergence of equitation science. Hopefully we will all learn something new today that brings us closer to the potential we were born to fulfill while we live our life out here on planet earth.

This photo shows the absolute current mental disconnect between in-hand and riding. This is from the USDF (United States Dressage Federation) Sport Horse Prospect Development Program. Is this horse on the right physically learning what you want from a ride right now, especially in regards to the bit? You bet. And what a complete and utter shame. People blame an awful lot on the "weight of the rider" and the "inherent weakness of the horse" when, in actuality, they are only riding what they have already created through habitat, handling and hoof care. It is easy to create an amazing riding horse, when you have the amazing skills the gentleman above does. All he needs to do is to better see the 24/7 experience he is giving his horse. Thank goodness for the emergence of equitation science. Hopefully we will all learn something new today that brings us closer to the potential we were born to fulfill while we live our life out here on planet earth.

Do you see any human olympians raised in closets with metal rims at the end of their limbs?

Why not????? Why don't we see this???? Truly, how to create an athlete, a hero, all it requires is to open your eyes and link that to your mind and heart. If it doesn't work for the body of other species, it does not work for the horse. The laws of physics haven't changed. Working with native design, and not against it, is the base of the pyramid for success for both you and your horse.