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We all like to ride without disturbing our horse, so that our horse can move himself easy and light. The horse will be more cooperative when there is no fear or pain when he is responding to the riders aids. We all want a happy horse.
The Feldenkrais method can help the rider to give the aids more with the movement of the horse. Feldenkrais teaches to have a better understanding what is happening with all the movements of the horse. It improves the balance of both, rider and horse. It opens the possibility to give smaller and more define aids to make it easier for the horse to respond.
The Feldenkrais method helps the horse to have a clear straight forward movement in walk and canter and a good diagonal movement in trot or backing up. It gives a better use of his spine, neck, back, ribcage and legs. Feldenkrais improves equal loading of the legs in all the excercises we ask the horse to do.
The Feldenkrais method is a language of communication in yourself, how you learn about your functioning, a connection between body and mind. A method, more of questioning then of answers, by asking simple, but precise questions, we provide a framework within we can learn most directly about ourselves. In our quest to learn about ourselves and find the optimal way to organize and use ourselves we focus on the sequence, the quality and the distribution of the movement. Instead of working on a final goal we can learn all the steps along the way so that we can improve each and every part of how we move. We begin by paying attention to the components of each movement in our range of ease. You have to be curious about how something moves, where it starts and ends, what parts of you are involved ? We develop awareness of more pieces of a movement which makes up the whole, and include and incorperate all necessary ingredients of any action. So you ask yourself many questions, am I holding my breath, where is my attention, what is getting longer/shorter, closer, pressing more into the floor etc. when I make this movement. It brings awareness how you are moving. So you can change your moving pattern into a more fluent easy and painfree pattern, you can move around the pain.
With less force we pay more attention to the movement and we learn how to do things at our best, most economical and better distributed over our whole body. Feldenkrais shows us our possibillities and not our limitations.