Kirsten Nelsen Clinics

Graham Equestrian Center

Maryland Clinic
Sat Feb 24 - Sun Feb 25, 2018
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Graham Equestrian Center 10301 Harford Road - Glen Arm, Maryland
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This particular clinic will be jointly given by Kirsten Nelsen and Deb Romero.

Deb Romero, Alexander Technique Instructor, will work hands on with riders to develop more body awareness and better use on the ground.

Kirsten Nelsen, Training for Optimal Balance, will review how the rider’s seat, legs and reins relate to various areas of the horse’s body and how we influence the movement of the horse with our bodies. Each rider will have a chance to get on a horse and work with Kirsten to integrate the lessons from Deb and understand the forces being felt by a rider.

Lecture portions precede each segment of the hands-on and riding work. The day is split into three main themes:
Riders seat – Horse’s spine, back and pelvis
Riders legs – Horse’s hindquarters
Riders reins – Horse’s forehand, neck and head

To schedule a clinic slot or audit please contact:
Nancy Phillip
443-799-5668
tekefan@verizon.net


Located just 2 miles north of the Baltimore Beltway, Graham Equestrian Center is easily accessible to everyone in the Baltimore-DC-Philadelphia corridor. It lies on the edge of Gunpowder Falls State Park.  To request more information about Maryland Clinics click HERE.



Equine Imbalance

...."Many problems (of the horse) can be caused by unbalanced patterns of tension in the body"........
....."Uneven tension will often result in uneven body use, difficulty carrying a saddle and rider, stiffness generally 'through the back' or the body as a whole, behavioural problems etc..... " Gavin Scofield D.O.
Founder of Equine Postural Training &
Official Osteopath for the British Endurance team

Acknowledgements

Photos Contributed by:
Jim McCleary - McCleary Photography
Christianne Gentile - True by Christianne
Sarah Wengernuk - Essence Photography

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