Balance Calm and Fluidity Riding Course 2.0

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Balance Calm and Fluidity Riding Course 2.0

BCF 2.0 Introduction

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Module 1 - 3 Steps: How To Turn Tension Into Flow

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Spine Like a Chain and Your Base of Support

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Figure Exercise with Variation

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Module 2 - Discover The 'Balance & Flow' Sweet Spot

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Intentional Limping

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Posture Ah-ha

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Free The Torso With Less Effort

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The Way Of The Pillow

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Module 3 - Your Source of Calm (even after a spook)

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Anatomy Presentation

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Rolling The Fists

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Eyes Organize The Chest

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Oscillating Posture

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About the teacher

Heather Beachum

Heather Beachum is a Feldenkrais® practitioner with a focus on women horse riders.

By being able to balance from the ground up, develop core stability without straining, get breathing legs and buttery hips without stretching, riders develop the quiet, effective strength needed in riding, all without injuring themselves.

This restored coordination and grace revitalizes the rider's confidence in herself and her abilities.

As a rider herself, the need for this support became clear to Heather during her Feldenkrais® training. That’s when she realized there is a huge gap… that while the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ of an action was clear in riding lessons, the ‘how’ to do this action, such as how to have quiet hands, was severely lacking, and often, counter productive.

With this clarity, she opened her practice and gave workshops to help adults with their hands, breathing and balance, their hips and shoulders… to reclaim a supple stability in the saddle.

In 2014, Heather then took her workshops online, and is delighted to be here today to support you.