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 Posted: Sun Jan 13th, 2013 04:40 am
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Dear People -- Last week I was invited to speak at the George H. Morris Horsemastership seminar in Florida. The organizers videotaped all three of my lectures, each of which runs about 1.5 hrs.

-- Lecture 1: Lessons from Woody -- Physical technique for straightening

-- Lecture 2: The Birdie in Action -- Deep approach to straightening & more

-- Lecture 3: True Collection -- Including demo of twirling the head

You can view them for free by going to http://www.usef.org and then look for the GHM seminar button. Hope this makes an enjoyable interlude for those who are interested. -- Dr. Deb

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 Posted: Sun Jan 13th, 2013 06:24 am
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Hi Dr Deb,
I'd love to watch these, but I can't find the relevant button. There is a link to George H. Morris Horsemastership training sessions, but I can't find the GHM seminar.
I hope I'm not being too stupid about this, but I can't see the wood for the trees.....
Dorothy


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 Posted: Sun Jan 13th, 2013 06:43 am
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http://www.usefnetwork.com/featured/2013GeorgeMorris/

On the right side of the screen you will see a list of videos, the first is entitled, "The George Morris Approach to Riding"

There are 5 videos listed, the last one is "Day 4 in 120 seconds"

Below that one is an arrow pointing down...click on that and it will scroll down through days of videos.

Dr Deb's first lecture (Woody Part 1) is on Day 2, listed between a video entitled "Veterinary Session" and one entitled, "Day 2-Flatwork and Gymnastics Group 2"

I hope that helps you navigate. I was confused when I first saw the website as well as I could not immediately see that there was an arrow to scroll to more videos.

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 Posted: Sun Jan 13th, 2013 06:47 am
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Many thanks, Leah, I've found them!
Dorothy

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 Posted: Sun Jan 13th, 2013 06:48 am
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You are welcome.

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 Posted: Tue Jan 15th, 2013 04:47 pm
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I have completed all 3 lectures by Dr Deb and would just like to say what a fantastic opportunity it is to have these available online at no cost.

As informational as your forum is Dr Deb, it was an absolute treat to see you 'live.'

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 Posted: Thu Jan 17th, 2013 08:42 pm
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 I also want to thank Dr Deb for making these videos available for us all here, I enjoyed them greatly and learn so much.

 I enjoy reading and read all I can to learn but seeing and hearing it in person or on video is much clearer for me. I was able to expand my understanding of straightness and collection by quite allot through these videos.

 Again thank you so very much!
     Adrienne

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 Posted: Sat Jan 19th, 2013 06:08 pm
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Hi Deb,

Congratulations - what a fantastic opportunity for you.

Wonderful to see at a time when there's so much controversy and what can at times seem like a dark period in our equine evolution.

Great lectures, I always enjoy reviewing again and picking up something new - and thank you for posting so we can also share your work with a wider group of friends.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 21st, 2013 01:06 pm
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Thank you for this link.  I found her videos, but for some reason they won't play.  I'm really disappointed.  I have no idea what's wrong.  I guess I just have to wait for the privilege of actually hearing Dr. Deb's voice.

K.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 21st, 2013 02:41 pm
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Ditto all the thanks people have put up here! I have only had the opportunity to see Dr. Deb live once, a couple years ago when she came to the east coast (well, VT isn't exactly "coast", but as close as she's gotten in many years!) and it was wonderful. These are so informative, thanks again :)

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 Posted: Tue Jan 22nd, 2013 09:11 am
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Another big thank you here! One particularly enlightening moment was at the end of the first lecture. The participants were asked to get on their hands and knees and try to raise their backs while straight and not straight. I tried it. Light bulb! As a follower of Dr. Deb, I knew there was a connection between straightness and roundness, I just had no idea it was quite so direct!

Cheryl

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 Posted: Tue Jan 22nd, 2013 02:09 pm
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Kuuinoa, maybe you could try a friend's computer?

  I have been thinking about the deeper meaning of everything we do with a horse. Dr Deb's example of the first time a foal does a turn on the forehand kinda opened a different door in my mind about this.

  Speaking of trying things with our own bodies, I tried moving with my back stiff and hollow, then with it released and hips rolling up and down. The second way was more comfortable, and I could spring more and move out better. With a stiff back, my hips didn't work very well, and my gait was choppy. If I tried to go faster, I went crooked, and my back felt strained. It's interesting that we associate a faster walk with rolling hips and a stacked posture with young people, and a shorter shuffle with a bent posture with old people. So if a horse  braces and goes hollow, I'm thinking this will prematurely age them.

                                           Jeannie

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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2013 09:54 pm
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I watched all three of your lectures and I am so pleased to find someone who can explain all this in a way that is easy to understand. I have been riding for over 50 years and I am only just beginning to get to the truth of it. I have read book after book and watched videos and worked on becoming a better rider( with XXXX ) then discovered Phillipe Karl
and started participating in clinics with one of his certified trainers ( XXXX) I do believe I am on the right track now. My horse seems to think so too!
I have read just about everything on your website and I am learning so much that I didn't know before. Thank you Dr. Deb!

Last edited on Sun Jan 27th, 2013 12:37 am by DrDeb

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 Posted: Sat Feb 2nd, 2013 03:58 pm
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couldn't find GHM seminar button on USEF home page or education page ;-(. do you have to be a current member of USEF?

thx for any assistance ;-)

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 Posted: Mon Feb 4th, 2013 02:10 am
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Rose, use the link provided in the post 2nd from the top above. No, you don't have to be a member of USEF to view the programs. -- Dr. Deb


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