First Session– In this session rapport is established with the horse while working with the tension patterns. This allows for a deeper understanding of what areas need to most attention.
Second Session– This session’s goal is to give the horse a better sense of support and help bring out the power available in the hind end. This is done by freeing the connective tissues in shoulders, pelvis and hip. The muscles and tendons of the legs are also freed up.
Third Session– This is the start of the integrations sessions. Time is spent working with the spine and barrel to help the horse connect better through their back.
Fourth Session and Fifth Session– These are integrating sessions where the new pattern established is strengthened so that the horse moves more fluidly as a whole.
For more Information on the series go to Equinemovement.com
Lauren Gee Certified Rolfer™
Rolfing ® Structural Integration Longmont and Northern Colorado