Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Eventing Country
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Chiropractics - they help immensely. I'm a firm believe though. If you are out, so is your horse.
Many top level riders get Chrio on a regular basis so that they can ensure that their pelvis is even, their leg length is even, their shoulders - etc, etc. For example, right now I am out, and I know I am out because my one pant leg is longer than the other.
My Pelvis needs re aligning.
So that might help you out :) If you do decide to get a Chrio, make sure they are one who takes xrays first.
Pilate's - maaaaannny riders do pilate's now. If you want, pick up Sally Swifts DVD's or books - whichever, I am a visual learner so DVD's help me much more than books.
She is the guru of centered riding, balance and how to achieve this.
I am sure there are others on here who can give you great advice :) Spyder, Anebel are Dressage Queens and they always have great advice to help position and functionallity in the saddle.
JDI might beable to help you out as well.