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DUPLICATE IHTC In Hand Therapy Course an excerpt


The In Hand Therapy Course
A zest of classicism and a large body of science.
A one year course of Corrective Biomechanics.
In Hand Therapy Course (IHTC) is designed for therapists anxious to further their knowledge as well as riders/trainers interested in extending their ability to reeducate horses and prevent injuries. IHTC provides both, knowledge and the practical application of knowledge.
Three monthly studies, (twelve months) – "In Hand Technique” – "Equine biomechanics and corrective biomechanics” – "Case study”
The In Hand Technique is the zest of classicism.

-The technique is inspired from General Decarpentry's Academic Equitation and updated to actual knowledge of the equine physiology.
-This specific in hand technique allows accessing and influencing the horse's vertebral column mechanism. (Most limbs kinematics abnormalities originate from improper functioning of the horse's thoracolumbar spine).

-Monthly instructive videos teach first the basic and then, the many subtleties of the technique. (It does not take long to teach the basics, however, there is a lot more to this technique than walking next to the horse performing some movements. The in hand education focuses on achieving sophisticated control of the horse's vertebral column mechanism.)

The continuing education series (biomechanics) explains,
- How the horse's physique is designed to work, (functional horse).
- Kinematics abnormalities leading to injuries
- Kinematics abnormalities created by training misconceptions visit http://scienceofmotion.com/documents/in_hand_therapy_course_.html


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16.07.12 17:27


Navicular Syndrome


This brief manipulation demonstrates the kinematics abnormalities causing the development of navicular syndrome. The kinematics abnormalities can be corrected allowing the remodeling process to restore soundness. 


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01.12.11 20:51


Stable scoop Radio Interviews Jean Luc Cornille

Jean Luc Cornille


 Helena and Jenn take on Jean Luc Cornille and his fascinating Science of Motion philosophy of horsemanship.  Tune in to find out what’s making Jenn’s brain cell’s sweat…on Stable Scoop Radio



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07.01.11 13:14


Manchester and Chazot

Morning Turnout



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09.11.10 18:13


Fast V Forward

Horse's Movements

Fast verses Forward


"Forward movement is not how fast the horse’s body is moving forward but rather how well the thrust generated by the hind legs is utilized forward through the horse’s body.”Jean Luc Cornille


These two thoroughbreds are both very elegant movers. Same size, same age, same rider, however, one horse is truly forward while the other never fully mastered the biomechanics of his vertebral column. Hence, he always worked slightly contracted. The trot of the horse truly forward is very rhythmic and square. By contrast, the back of the fast horse is more rigid. In both horses, the limbs movements are spectacular but one is forward while the other is fast. We replay both sequences and your eye will notice the difference in the freedom of the back. Most Judges will reward the fast forward horse over the correctly coordinated one because judging standards lack understanding of the equine biological mechanism. However, during his competitive career, Bébé Blond, who is the horse physiologically correct, has been very well rewarded by experienced judges. For about the same performance, the horse had very high scores with judges who had international experience and where better riders in their previous career. By contrast, the horse had mediocre scores when the judges were lacking knowledge and experience, because his movement did not fit the stereotypes.



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08.10.10 17:53