How we move will affect how our horses move.
Alexander Technique while riding horse. Marie and her horse, Gabriel (Dabs).
To follow the horse’s back at the walk, you must have a deep, mobile receiving seat. Your balance and mobility can directly affect the quality of your horse’s walk.
Be a spruce tree. The roots grow down from your center as the trunk grows up.
You should allow your body to extend upward from your center as your legs grow down around your horse from that same place.
– Quotes from “Centered Riding” by Sally Swift