If you have read my last blog you should have a better idea on transversal rotation of your horse’s spine.
Look again at Mr. Denoix's picture in the last blog.
What if there was an easy way to ensure correct rotation and bending?
What if you did not need to use an outside rein or outside leg to “fix” falling out of the circle ever again?
Let me show you
First of all you need to become aware of your seat bones. To do this start with
Did it work? Great.
Try again. You should be able to turn from a straight line onto a circle simply by rotating your upper body and perfect timing on your dropping seat bone.
It did not work? Ok – trouble shoot
Now go out there and ride your horse. Let me know how you like your circles.