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Episode #3: Self-mastery

If you want to get started on your goals in the New Year, and want to stay calm, balanced, centered and grounded all the time, no matter what happens around you in 2017, then check out my new video in the ST Mini Mastery Course.


Today, I made episode #3 🇺🇸 🗽 of my free 4-part ST Mini Mastery course available to everyone who wants to set 2017 up for success!

You'll discover more about self-mastery and get ideas on how to increase your level of awareness and consciousness.
PLUS you can download the free ST Mastery manual 📖 that you can use as a 'reader' of this episode, because this video will be here only until next week.

Click HERE to Watch the Full Episode >>

 

Episode #2: Fundamentals of ST

Here's a 1-minute clip of Episode #2 that is part of the brand new ST Mini Mastery Course that covers the ST tour around the Atlantic.

To see the full 40 minutes with a lecture about the fundamentals of Straightness Training - and many examples which makes it easy to follow and the processes even more clear - just click the link.

And don't forget to download the 27-page free eBook about the ST exercises.

Click HERE for Episode #2 + the free Ebook >>  

Enjoy!  

4 Tips On How To Train Lateral Movements

To develop the horse symmetrically in body and limbs you can use gymnastic exercises.

The core of the gymnastic exercises consists of the circle, shoulder-in and haunches-in. All the other exercises are derived from these cornerstones.

🐴 The circle is used to develop the Lateral bending of the body, the Forward down tendency of the head and neck and the Stepping under the center of mass of the inside hind leg (LFS).

🐴 Once the inside hind leg can step under, this hind leg can also start to take weight. To do so we use the shoulder-in and counter-shoulder-in. These exercises are designed to school the hind leg in function of the inside hind leg. As a result of taking the weight, the horse will bend the inside hind leg more and free the outside shoulder.

🐴 Once the horse can bend the hind leg as an inside hind leg, we can also start to school the hind leg as an outside hind leg. To do so we use first the haunches-in (travers) and later on the renvers. In the renvers the horse can lean less against the wall/fence with his shoulder, so it's a bit more difficult than the travers, but as a result he really supports himself with his hind legs.

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Join the FREE 4-part Mini Mastery Course

For the first time this year, I’m opening my brand new 4-part ST Mini Mastery series to the public!

It’s 100% free and I'll cover my ST Tour around the Atlantic Ocean in 4 episodes. So it will be a fun and exciting journey!

Now I’ll be opening my advanced “ST Mastery Program 2017” soon, so only for a few days this mini course and its 4 videos are free to give you a taste what ST Mastery is all about.

In this video you can here more about it:

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P.s. I'm only going to keep this course up for a few days... go check it out right now!

 

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