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Centered Riding (A Trafalgar Square Farm Book). I know there are some, perhaps many people who absolutely swear by Sally Swift but do be warned that you need to have the right sort of mind or it will just drive you crazy. If you want to know if this book is for you try these.
Centered Riding (A Trafalgar Square Farm Book). Centered Riding, No. 2: Further Exploration. Centred Riding 2 Further Exploration : Further Exploration (Vol 2). Sally Swift.
Sally Swift’s book Centered Riding, now a classic, was published in 1985 and celebrated its twentieth year in print in 2005.
There are so many well explained concepts of helping riders understand the subtle and not so subtle ways to generate the wonderful bonding between a human and a horse. It has been in my library it seems forever and is a must read for those who love horses.
Sally Swift; Preface by Edward E. Emerson, President, . Combined Training Association; Photography by Mike Noble; Drawings by Jean MacFarland. Precise illustrations and photographs never before used in riding books explain anatomy and image work to give mind and body new and relaxed approaches to the inner process of riding. Centered Riding is for those with little experience all the way up to world class. Connect with the author. MACMILLAN NEWSLETTER.
proper breathing, centering, and balance, Sally Swift has been a pioneering riding instructor for half a century.
Widely known for her innovative teaching philosophy stressing body awareness, the value of soft eyes, proper breathing, centering, and balance, Sally Swift has been a pioneering riding instructor for half a century. In book form for the first time, her methods enable horse and rider to achieve harmony, working together naturally, without pain. Unlike traditional teachers, Sally Swift does not believe in forced training techniques that cause stiff bodies and tense riding.
Centered Riding (Book) by Sally Swift - Horse and Rider Books. Sally Swift is world-renowned as the founder of Centered Riding® and has been leading a revolution in rider awareness for the past 20 years. Many of her groundbreaking techniques for riders are drawn from her use of the Alexander Technique, the study of anatomy, and other bodywork methods used for her own physical therapy to treat scoliosis. The book Centered Riding first took the horse world by storm in 1985 with innovative ideas such as building blocks, soft eyes, centering, and breathing.
Centered Riding is not a style of riding as are dressage, hunter seat, or Western. Founder Sally Swift revolutionized riding by showing that good use of the human body makes a world of difference on horseback. Early in her work, she established what she calls the Four Basics - centering, breathing, soft eyes, and building blocks-which, together with grounding, are the main tenets of her method.