my Articles & Adventures

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  • "Secrets of Bending" Symposiums / Lectures & Clinics: 2011 – present

  • Book Release – Revised 2nd Edition
    "It's Never Too Late - to learn, to improve, to make a difference in your riding!", June, 2010

  • Lecture & Clinic
    Cornell Equine Exposition, Saratoga, NY, April, 2010

  • Equine Affaire Presenter & Clinician
    Columbus, OH, Work-in Hand Demo and Clinic – Lectures: "The Biomechanics of Movement - Thinking from the Inside Out" and “How We Learn, How Horses Learn,” 2009

  • Tufts University Lecture
    Student chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners sponsors lecture: "The Biomechanics of Movement - Thinking from the Inside Out", 2008

  • First Edition of My Book
    about the Biomechanics of Horse & Rider: "It's Never Too Late - to learn, to improve, to make a difference in your riding", 2008

  • Equine Anatomical Research
    with Dr. Gerd Heuschmann, Warendorf, Germany (PDF), 2007

  • Equine Dissection Lab
    Tufts University (PDF), 2007

  • Equine Affaire Presenter & Clinician
    Springfield, MA (PDF), Lungeing & Work-in Hand Demonstrations
    "The Origins of Suppleness" — Lectures:
    “Solutions for Rider Neck & Back Pain”
    “How We Learn, How Horses Learn”, 2006

  • Equine Affaire Featured Presenter & Clinician
    Springfield, MA, The Biomechanics of Horse & Rider: Longlines, Lungeing, Clinic and Lecture (PDF), 2005

  • Clinic & Lecture
    Kelowna Riding Club, British Columbia, 2004

  • The Biomechanics of Riding
    Lecture and Ridden Demonstration with Holly Mason & Jennifer Cavallaro, LMT, CEMT, 2003 - 2004

  • Teikyo Post University Lecture
    Biomechanics for Teaching Certification Candidates, 2003 - 2004

  • Equine Anatomical Research
    Ross University Veterinary School, American Association of Equine Practitioners
    Lecture: Horse & Rider Biomechanics, 2003

 

 

 



 



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