Dr. Bruce Indek explains the role of balance in having long legs in the saddle.
Dr. Bruce Indek advises readers how to identify a jaw problem with their horse
Heather Sansom, a Level I Centered Riding Instructor from Ontario, Canada, and owner of EquiFITT.com Equestrian Fitness, details for readers steps for better posture and hands.
Elaine Meredith Steele, a Centered Riding Level IV Apprentice, tells readers how Centered Riding can help Western Dressage riders.
Carol Parker, Level III Centered Riding Instructor, reviews the western breast plate neck strap
Dr. Bruce Indek reviews problem issues with Off Track Thoroughbreds that are helped with Chiropractic Care
Elaine Meredith Steele, Centered Riding Clinician and Level IV Apprentice, discusses a new Open Clinic format used by Sally Haney
Liz Gravatt, Level I Centered Riding Instructor from Lawrence, KS and recipient of a scholarship to attend the 2011 Symposium in Vienna, Austria, tells readers about her experience.
Dr. Bruce Indek tells readers how to keep their horse's neck healthy.
"If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and has web feet, call it a duck." "Tom Nagel, author of Zen & Horseback Riding" talks about the connection between riding centered and the proper use of the psoas muscles.
Dr. Bruce Indek educates readers about the connection between hock issues and strain on the horses back.
Mary Trafford, a Level III Centered Riding Clinician, talks to readers about the challenges for an instructor to teach riders and horses unknown to the instructor.
Mitzi Summers, a Level IV Centered Riding Clinician, explains "Centered Barrel Raciing" to Readers
Liz Gravatt, a Level I Instructor from Lawrence, Kansas, explains to readers how she has benefited from Centered Riding.
Diane Kangas, a student rider at a Centered Riding Update Clinic, tells readers about her experience.