How to Achieve the Fluid Dialogue That Leads to Harmonious Performance
Effortless communication is what every rider aims to achieve with their horse - and this book holds the key. It combines the expertise of a sports physiologist and the head of the German National Riding School Horse Magazine "Through detailed explanation and a range of exercises to refine techniques and preparation, the book aims to show how to build balance and rhythm" NYU Countryside Magazine
Eckart Meyners, lecturer in Sports Physiology & Movement at the University of Luneburg in Germany, has researched the mechanics of human movement as related to riding horses for over 30 years. He trains riders, riding instructors, and judges for the German Equestrian Federation (FN), as well as teaching courses all over the world. He works regularly with dressage rider Heike Kemmer, winner of an Olympic individual bronze medal and team gold medal. His is also the author of Rider Fitness: Body and Brain (published by Trafalgar Square Books, USA).