Horse Geeks Episode 52: Spinal Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy

Kirsten

The Horse Geeks Podcast – Where we look at horses and riding from the inside out

Topic: Discussion and practical application of information published in the research paper: “Spinal Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy” written by Jean-Marie D. Denoix, DVM. PhD published 04/01/1999. This a long and important research paper that we will be discussing over several podcast episodes.

Guest: Deb Romero, certified Alexander Technique Instructor

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Host: Kirsten Nelsen, professional horse trainer

Developer of Training for Optimal Balance

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