Whats on in October

03-October-2015
03-October-2015 18:19
in General
by Admin

What’s on at Centaur Biomechanics

 

Each month we would like to give you a summary of what we are up to, clinics that we are running and any exciting news.

 

 

Rider Biomechanics Clinics

 

Our Rider Biomechanics sessions are very popular and designed to improve your position and horse's way of going, Below is a list of rider biomechanics clinics we have running this month:

 

4 October – York

9th and 10th – Shrewsbury

11th October – Kent

15th October – Bishop Burton

15th and 16th October – Norfolk

17th and 18th October – Scotland

19th October – BD Widmer

22nd October – Active Rider – Surrey

23rd October – Warks

24th and 25th October - Moreton Morrell

29th October - Guilford

 

 

For more information on the process of a rider biomechanics session please look at http://www.centaurbiomechanics.co.uk/rider-analysis/ . Most clinics are managed by the organizer however, if you are interested in joining one of the above clinics please email sharon@centaurbiomechanics.co.uk with the clinic date and location in the subject.

 

Alternatively if you are interested in hosting a clinic please contact the office.

Talks and Seminars

 

We are passionate about spreading the work we do in order to optimise welfare, soundness and performance in horses and riders. We often speak at events from riding club evenings through to international conferences.

 

This month Centaur is speaking at:

30th October – Scotland please look at BHS Scotland for further details

 

For further information please  email sharon@centaurbiomechanics.co.uk with the date and event in the subject.

 

 

Research Projects and Press

 

Centaur has an extensive research portfolio and continually works on key projects all geared to helping improve welfare, soundness and performance.

 

This month we are looking at the effect that the saddle has on the horse's gait and rider’s position – we have two study days looking at this.

 

In the press we have a feature on our rider analysis and gait analysis in this month's issue of “Paces”.

 

 

Please keep an eye on our Facebook Page for regular updates, links and videos etc. We will be in touch with a further summary early November.

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