Product information "Reiten als Dialog"
“Heels down, head up, brace your back!” – These instructions are still being used in most riding schools even though they do not really help anyone. In order to improve seat and body awareness, more modern concepts have been developed. In their latest textbook on riding, the top-class trio of authors explains why riding is not about outward appearance but about developing skills and competence. Advanced riders need to understand why they are riding a specific exercise and how they have to influence the horse in order for him to develop in the best possible way and according to his nature. The training of horse and rider is completely restructured and leads to a sensitive dialogue with the horse.
About the authors
Eckart MeynersEckart Meyners wasa college professor for sports education and has for more than 30 years dealt with movement training during riding. more about the author
Hannes MüllerHannes Müller, head of instruction at the German riding school in Warendorf, trains professional riders and riding instructors. more about the author
Kerstin NiemannKerstin Niemannis an editor at St. Georg magazine and a fully qualified groomer. more about the author