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Equine Kissing Spine

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Adequate gymnastic is in fact the horse’s sole hope. The reeducation is precise, demands great consistency, but is not outrageously difficult. In fact, the difficulty is more turning the back to old habits. “A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.” (Albert Einstein) The horse’s thoracolumbar spine can be reeducated addressing the horse’s thoracolumbar column as it really works and not how conventional equitation thinks it should works

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Equine Sacrolliac Joint by Jean Luc Cornille

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The large document explains how the therapy Through Motion can achieve successful rehabilitation. The Therapy Through Motion can be executed riding the horse, if the rider is open to a better equitation, or working in-hand if the therapist is not a rider. The technique is pertinent and therefore different from all usual riding and in hand techniques. This is by far the most useful document helping riders to prevent or rehabilitate this serious problem

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IHTC In Hand Therapy Course 2nd month

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When you enter the IHTC, you feel that you are one century ahead of all other programs. But when you realize that the IHTC program is about the practical application of actual knowledge, you take conscience that the other programs are indeed, one century behind. 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”

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IHTC In Hand Therapy Course 3rd month

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When you enter the IHTC, you feel that you are one century ahead of all other programs. But when you realize that the IHTC program is about the practical application of actual knowledge, you take conscience that the other programs are indeed, one century behind. 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”

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Long but not low

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The nuchal ligament is an elastic structure inserted at one end on the dorsal spinous process of the fourth thoracic vertebra and attached at the other end on the cervical vertebrae and the skull. The general consensus is that the nuchal ligament supports the head in an alert position, yet stretches enough to allow grazing. In reality, in reality the opposite is true, the nuchal ligament is not under tension when the horse holds the head and neck in an alert posture.

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Practical Application of the Most Recent Discoveries on the Biomechanics of the Horse’s Vertebral Column

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This book is a new encyclopedia. It explains how the horse’s vertebral column actually works. Each pertinent finding is explored from the rider and trainer perspective; how such new knowledge does modernize previous perceptions in terms of riding and training techniques.

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Sacroiliac Strain Therapy Through Motion Jean Luc Cornille PDF

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Clearly explained, abundantly illustrated, highly documented, this large study provides precious insights on how to prevent, or if it is already too late, how to rehabilitate sacroiliac dysfunction. However there is no exercise that can fix a SIJ problem.The aim of this study is preciously explain that SIJ problems are the outcome an incorrect body coordination inducing stress on the SIJ. Only full understanding of the equine loco motor system can help in the rehabilitation of the SIJ problem. This knowledge is the purpose of this book. SIJ is a problem related to the overall functioning of the horse’s physique. The SIJ joint is not supposed to move and when abnormal stress occur the joint develop several protective reflex mechanism. The most common is inflammation and sensitivity of the system of ligaments that is stabilizing the joint. This is mostly a training issue in the sense that abnormal movement is created somewhere in the body inducing abnormal stress on the SIJ. The solution is identifying the source of the abnormal kinematics and correct it through appropriated gymnastic. It is extremely naive to think that one exercise or one manipulation could resolve the problem

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Science Of Motion ® Forward

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The video Forward shows the decelerating and propulsive activity of the hind and front legs and explains how these discoveries modify our perception of balance and how we can educate the horse to achieve balance control.

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Science Of Motion ® Kissing Spine

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This DVD shows the process of reeducating a horse with Kissing spine

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Science Of Motion ® What Is The Science Of Motion

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Finally, a CD book to bring it all together: the science, the training, for the good of the horse. From the history of the scientific research to the practical application into riding and training principles, this abundantly illustrated study shows and explains how proper and inverted rotations look like, feel like, and can be corrected by appropriated riding techniques and gymnastic exercises A gifted horse will lead a good rider to victory. A great rider will give to the horse the gift of soundness. Jean Luc Cornille

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Science Of Motion ®Collection of JLC/SOM DVD's. 13 DVD's

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Collection of 13 DVD's by Jean Luc Cornille/Science Of motion™

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Science Of Motion ®Equine Biomechanics

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“Equine Biomechanics” explains how the horse achieves balance control and true forward movement through a unique combination of science, art and humor.

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Science Of Motion ®Nuchal Ligament Functional Anatomy

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The nuchal ligament, (NL), is an elegant and elastic structure that connects the tip of the dorsal spinous processes of the whither to the back of the occiput. The structure assists the work of the upper neck muscles. The classical interpretation is that the nuchal ligament holds the head in an alert position and yet is elastic enough to allow grazing. “

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Science Of Motion ®The Horse That Could Not Trot DVD

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The video shows the interactions between lateroflexion and transversal rotation of the cranial thoracic vertebrae. Click title for information

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Science Of MotionThe Side Effects Of Lungeing

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Renowned author and advocate for equine health, Jean Luc Cornille, sorts facts from fiction about lungeing in this profound, 53-page, illustrated book. Cornille explains with crystal clarity the severity of damages incurred by extended sessions. A must for every trainer, rider, and anyone that has ever loved a horse!

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Science Of Motion® Decarpentry In-Hand Mix

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An old Master told me one day, “Two peoples are necessary to entertain a pulling contest, the horse and you.” The statement confused me at first since the horse was pulling on the reins. I realized later that the horse could only pull on the reins if I was pulling too. This awareness made me realize that in most instances, the rider initiates the pulling contest. The Decarpentry - In Hand Mix System does not allow the horse to find constant contact on the bit converting any attempt of the horse to push heavily on the bit into a lateral flexion of the poll.

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SCIENCE OF MOTION® IHTC In Hand Therapy Course 1st month

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IHTC 1st Month package of 4 DVD's

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SCIENCE OF MOTION® IHTC-In Hand Therapy FULL Course 1

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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. This is the full price for one year. For subscription and mthly rate see Subscription.http://scienceofmotion.com/documents/in_hand_therapy_course_.html

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Science Of Motion® Lunging with tradition (Decarpentry) and Modern Science (Science Of Motion) DVD

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This unedited video of a full lunging session shows physiologically correct movement, (natural cadence), verses fast forward motion. At the walk, trot, and canter, correct movement is point out while incorrect movement, when it happens, is underlined and explained. The lunging technique, the choice of body language instead of voice commands, the easy to teach cues which allow sound education are also explained. This is not a demonstration abundantly edited to accredit preconceived opinion. This video is a non-edited lunging session showing good and bad moments and how bad moments are analyzed and converted into sound gymnastic for the horse.

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Science Of Motion® Navicular Syndrome

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This video is a precious document for horse owners and riders facing the problem of navicular syndrome.

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SCIENCE OF MOTION® One hand On His Shoulder DVD

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Jean Luc's name is usually associated with science. In Jean Luc's mind, science is only the tool that supports the equestrian art. This video is not about science but rather about art, or more exactly what science can do to the equestrian art.

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Science Of Motion® SIJ Sacroiliac Strain/PDF Document

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Clearly explained, abundantly illustrated, highly documented, this large study provides precious insights on how to prevent, or if it is already too late, how to rehabilitate sacroiliac dysfunction. However there is no excerssie that can fix a SIJ problem.The aim of this study is preciously explain that SIJ problems are the outcome an incorrect body coordination inducing stress on the SIJ. Only full understanding of the equine loco motor system can help in the rehabilitation of the SIJ problem. This knowledge is the purpose of this book. SIJ is a problem related to the overall functioning of the horse’s physique. The SIJ joint is not supposed to move and when abnormal stress occur the joint develop several protective reflex mechanism. The most common is inflammation and sensitivity of the system of ligaments that is stabilizing the joint. This is mostly a training issue in the sense that abnormal movement is created somewhere in the body inducing abnormal stress on the SIJ. The solution is identifying the source of the abnormal kinematics and correct it through appropriated gymnastic. Due to their position deep under the wings of the ilium, the sacroiliac joints are out of reach of any palpation. Diagnosis is hypothetical based on pain arising from ligaments stabilizing the joint or muscles attached on the joints’ stabilizing system. Therapies also address peripheral muscles and ligaments. “A functional instability refers to a situation where muscles and other restraining soft tissues are not providing appropriate resistance to movement for a given joint. This is thought to occur in the equine SIJ.” Looking in greater details at the anatomy and function of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ), awakes the thought that sacroiliac instability results from improper tone, coordination, or morphological flaw altering the whole loco motor mechanism. Efficient therapy needs therefore to address the whole horse’s physique. It is extremely naive to think that one exercise or one manipulation could resolve the problem

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Science Of Motion® The Side Effects Of Lungeing by Jean Luc Cornille CD

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Science Of Motion™ Side effects of lungeing by Jean Luc Cornille. CD for PC and MAC'S

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Stretching and Relaxation Myths and Reality

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After contraction comes relaxation. Both aspects of muscular work create movements. The quality of the movement is nto proportional to the re

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The Intelligence of Soundness Mechanorepsonsiveness Series

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Each article and video of the series Mechanoresponsiveness explores in detail a new discovery and explain how such discovery further the subtlety and efficiency or the riding technique and the ability to better prepare the horse’s physique for the athletic demand of the performance. The aim of therapies is restoring sound locomotion. This series mechanoresponsiveness explains how motion is becoming the most efficient therapy.

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The Making Of Chazot A DVD Series

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This program is about starting a young horse and gives him a chance to perform soundly and at his full potential. Click title for full description

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The Side Effects Of Lunging

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Even the most benign medication has side effects. Aspirin for instance, may upset one’s stomach. Curiously, while the advantages of lungeing are often promoted, the negative effects are rarely addressed. It is evidently considered safer to have a horse bucking with excessive energy at the end of the lunge line, than under saddle. The damages created by extended lungeing sessions, however, are severe and definitively need to be exposed.

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Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column

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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation.

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Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column

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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse's potential and placing the horse's soundness in jeopardy.

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Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column PDF on a DVD

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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse's potential and placing the horse's soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider's inside hip toward the horse's vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider's pelvis toward the horse's medial line is shifting the horse's dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation. Jean Luc Cornille PDF or Powerpont

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What Is The Science Of Motion® Jean Luc Cornille

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Jean Luc Cornille What is The Science Of Motion®

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