Discover Deep Oscillation at The Equi-Pilates Conference on 6th October at Broomfield Hall Equine College
Susan Johnson MTI/CNHNC/IMA, Holistic Massage and Wellbeing Practitioner is offering tasters of Deep Oscillation therapy to Equestrians at this equine calendar event in Derbyshire this weekend.
Optimising the horse and rider system
The demands on the ridden horse are ever increasing, this presentation will give an insight into areas which can be optimised in order to improve the welfare, soundness and performance of the ridden horse. This interactive presentation will cover some of Centaur's latest research around horse-saddle-rider interaction and is tailored to equip the audience with useful information which they can implement within
their own practise.
The 5 W's for effective marketing of your Pilates business
This presentation will take you through how to simply plan and structure your marketing activity using the 5 W’s – who, what, where, when and why. We’ll delve in to defining who is your ideal client and what can you offer them? Where do you need to do your marketing to reach your target clients and when you should do it. Finally why, the reasons and objectives behind the marketing activity so that you can evaluate success.
Improving the function of the lower back for horse riding
One of the greatest discoveries of the 21st century is the plasticity of the brain; that the lives we live shape th brain we develop. The Franklin Method is at the forefront of practical neuro-plasticity; showing you how to use your brain to improve your body’s function. It teaches you how to harness the transforming power of the mind. It can be applied to improve all of your abilities. It all starts with the knowledge that we have the power to change. If the lumbar biomechanics aren’t functioning optimally this can negatively affect the communication between the rider and hose via the pelvis and legs. In this Franklin Method workshop we are going to employ imagery, movement and self touch to improve the function of the lower back for horse riding.
Tom Waldron, Franklin Method Educator and Faculty Member
Physiological Demand and Physical Preparation Strategies of Equestrian Athletes
In this interactive presentation, Jenni will explain the complex physiological responses of the cardiac and musculoskeletal systems responses to riding both on the flat and during jumping based on academic research conducted for her PhD thesis. She will then explore with the audience, the benefits of a structured approach to off horse physical preparation strategies and training methods that will optimise equestrian performance. Through the Judge’s Eye - Enter at A (lignment!)
Through the Judge’s Eye - Enter at A (lignment!)
As we are now a tour de force in world class dressage, every aspiring Charlotte du Jardin or Carl Hester is looking for ways to improve their own position and influence to sit the trot better, or ride that half pass with more expression. Together with Lindsay Wilcox-Reid, Claire will present a live demonstration of dressage test judging. The rider will work through EquipilatesTM exercises off and on horse, then will ride their test again - learn more about what the judge is looking for and how EquipilatesTM can help dressage riders improve their partnership and performance to gain those precious extra marks.
Claire Dryden, BHSII, List 4 Judge, BD group 3 rider and AEBTTM & Lindsay Wilcox-Reid
Susan Johnson will offer Equestrians tasters of Deep Oscillation Therapy