Synopses & Reviews
In this guide, horse riders can learn how to develop impeccable balance, flawless timing, and an inherent sense of feel. A series of exercises will enable equestrians to ride with and ease and ability never experienced before. Whether riding Western or English, novice or advanced, the Murdoch Method will improve communication, comfort, and ultimately, the horse’s performance in minutes, rather than a lifetime. In part one, riders will learn why a correct and stable seat is important, how to feel while in good alignment, and methods to improve balance and breathing.
Whether you ride Western or English, novice or advanced, discover how the Murdoch Method improves your communication with your horse, your comfort, and your horse's performance.
Murdoch explains why a correct and stable seat is important, how to feel when you're in good alignment, methods to improve your balance and breathing, and more.
About the Author
Wendy Murdoch, M.S., is an author, clinician, and Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. A founder of the Murdoch Method, she teaches riders of all levels and disciplines.