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Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Tools of the trade (6 replies - 251 views)

Yes, Isabel, that was exactly what I was going to say to Bryy: 'air raids' are one form of interrupting the horse's thoughts, because just ...   Tue Nov 13th, 2018 07:34 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Tools of the trade (6 replies - 251 views)

Are you referring to Kim Barteau? I haven't heard from him in a long time but he's OK to mention here certainly. Kim came through ...   Mon Nov 12th, 2018 12:19 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Sacroiliac Joints (7 replies - 2451 views)

Yes. The displacement occurs due to whatever trapped the hind limb under force of motion; often there is considerable swelling and pain as an immediate ...   Sun Nov 4th, 2018 03:49 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Sacroiliac Joints (7 replies - 2451 views)

Jeannie, what you're describing is ultimately due to subluxation at the sacro-iliac joints, but involves the sacro-lumbar joint too. The dip is due to "back ...   Sat Nov 3rd, 2018 11:07 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > You can't have your cake and eat it too (0 replies - 182 views)

Dear people: Below I dub in recent correspondence with someone who attended one of my horsemanship clinics a few years back. I think this letter ...   Thu Nov 1st, 2018 06:09 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician 2? (15 replies - 1018 views)

That's great to hear, Aloha. You be sure to say hello and best wishes to Buck from me, also. And tell him this too: there ...   Mon Oct 29th, 2018 10:26 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician 2? (15 replies - 1018 views)

Cap, absolutely RIGHT ON, exactly what I have been trying to tell Judy, only you have said it much better. I love the Aikido connection ...   Mon Oct 22nd, 2018 08:47 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician 2? (15 replies - 1018 views)

Judy, 'nagging' means repeatedly mentioning that you want your partner to do something or change something -- soft or loud or in-between, it doesn't really ...   Sun Oct 21st, 2018 11:51 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Omohyoid (9 replies - 381 views)

David, the brachiocephalicus (the "composite" or "reorganized" muscle in the horse) is a large muscle and a major forelimb protractor. Humans, because our ribcage is ...   Sun Oct 21st, 2018 04:55 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Omohyoid (9 replies - 381 views)

David, scare tactics are a norm among certain chiropractors and bodyworkers. They do it because they believe it engenders business and more income for themselves. ...   Sat Oct 20th, 2018 10:29 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Hard pace and no canter in TWH (3 replies - 375 views)

Sumosha, once she loosens up in circles, then alternate circles with serpentines of the form where the loops of the serpentine are half-circles (no diagonal ...   Sat Oct 20th, 2018 05:52 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Omohyoid (9 replies - 381 views)

This is Dave's post from two above; out of order because I couldn't get the "wrongly drawn" image of Omohyoideus to delete, so I had ...   Sat Oct 20th, 2018 01:59 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Omohyoid (9 replies - 381 views)

David, you will recall that the horse lacks a collarbone/clavicle. Therefore, many structures that would relate to the collarbone/clavicle in the human have had to ...   Fri Oct 19th, 2018 09:44 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Omohyoid (9 replies - 381 views)

David, the Omohyoideus muscle connects the hyoid apparatus backwards to a point where it attaches to the fascia that enwraps the brachiocephalicus, i.e. functionally the ...   Fri Oct 19th, 2018 07:02 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician 2? (15 replies - 1018 views)

Judy, I think you're remembering the sessions we had in previous years that covered what I call the 'Three Classes of Lateral Work,' which would ...   Fri Oct 19th, 2018 06:50 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Working with the horse that does not have much "try" (5 replies - 898 views)

Sooooo....fix up a hay net to put around the ball, attach a long cord or soft rope to the hay net, and you walk ahead ...   Thu Oct 4th, 2018 07:22 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Why do you need a clinician 2? (15 replies - 1018 views)

Cap, as I hear it, you're basically asking about how one pattern of movement, one level of collection, one shaping of the body, or the ...   Wed Oct 3rd, 2018 04:21 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Bones and muscle attachments to bones (6 replies - 245 views)

Dave, have you seen the recent issue of Equus Magazine, where they are reporting a new study done by Hillary Clayton that seems to show ...   Thu Sep 20th, 2018 08:29 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Bones and muscle attachments to bones (6 replies - 245 views)

Dave -- no matter how you look at it, there is no "simple" way to do what you are trying to do. You can look ...   Thu Sep 20th, 2018 08:33 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > "Leg yield" term clarification (1 reply - 159 views)

To the human leg, Dar; the horse yields to pressure or stimulus from the rider's inside leg. However, as with most short-form language, you are ...   Wed Sep 19th, 2018 05:18 am


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