Thanks to everyone's responses! I great appreciate it, I do want to get this fixed.
I am definitely going to check the length of the leathers tonight when I am out at the barn, but I am suspecting that it is my hip/pelvis being out. I am definitely going to do some phone calling today to find a Chiro I can get with, because I want this fixed!! I do not want this to continue - but I have friends who've seen Chiro's for the same reason, but they are still "crooked" and have to make a continuous effort to stay balanced.
My Coach for example, she is just like me, but to the right. And she sees a Chiro on a regular basis.........*sigh*
So - lets say that it isn't my leathers that are uneven, but it's my hip/pelvis - what exercises can I do to correct this until I can see a Chiro?? Someone suggested lengthening my leather...on my left side? Make it longer?
I'm sitting in my recliner, and just focusing on where I am sitting - I am on my left side.
I have to really make a concoius effort to make sure I am balanced...but is that possible if my hip/pelvis is not even?
I need excersise idea's on how to fix myself, and I will the bareback thing...I'd have to borrow my friends bareback pad because Nelson's spine is from hell..if you get what I mean *wink*
*bangs head on desk even more*
MIE, I have a friend that does massage therapy on horses, its AWESOME and she works on some well known eventers in our area.
Would you be interested in trying her out, she could get the muscles moving instead of readjusting his back and such?
Thanks for the 411! I appreciate it :) I am curious who your friend is? I, thankfully have an Equine Massage Therapist coming tonight at 7:00 to work on Nelson. Tanya Marsh :)