Join the Free Online Workshop
with Wendy Murdoch
Identify the Habits Holding You Back in Your Riding
Feel more safe and secure in the saddle as Wendy guides you through a series of exercises that will bring greater body awareness and ease to your riding.
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✳The Power of Unconscious Habits ✳The Big Myth: Heels Down ✳Improve Your Riding Anywhere
What People are Saying
I loved the myth busting ... strong core/hard work vs. functioning in alignment with gravity with the way the body works. It's so freeing to know there's this different way! Thanks Wendy! - Becky
I watch A LOT of riding instruction videos particularly those related to rider and horse biomechanics and these are BY FAR the easiest to understand!!! They actually help me make sense of what is going on in my body and the forces either being in sync or opposing the horse’s movement. SO VERY HELPFUL! - Stephanie
I found your video very helpful. The simple exercises showed me that what I thought I was doing with my body was very different than what I was actually doing! I think self-awareness will really improve my riding. Thank you! - Susan
Wendy, the exercises you led were wonderful in giving feedback with what our bodies are doing. I really liked the way you explained what was happening as well. I look forward to being more mindful of this as I ride and teach. Thank you for making this accessible to us! - Sienna
I have found all of your exercises really quick and easy to perform and have found that they have improved my position, seat and mobility almost instantly. I cannot believe that, after over 25 years of riding, something so simple and easy has made this much difference and achieved such an improvement. Thank you so much, Georgina.
I loved the short exercises and how quickly they insighted change in my body. Before I ride next time I am going to envision my body doing these exercises. Thank you for sharing! - Sue
What You Will Learn...
The key to making riding feel safe, easy, and truly effortless is to work with gravity and correct biomechanics so that you move with your horse instead of holding on, gripping, or pushing hard into the stirrups.