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Anatomy In Motion Shop:   Streaming Videos

Anatomy in Motion Videos

Now available as streaming videos!

Anatomy in Motion Videos (The Visible Horse and The Visible Rider) are now available as streaming videos from Trafalgar Square Publishers. They are no longer available on DVD or sold on this website; please follow the links below to Trafalgar Square Publishing. When you buy the streaming video, you will own the streaming rights to this program to view whenever you wish on any device—computer, phone, tablet, television, etc. These streaming videos are available internationally.

Anatomy in Motion 1: The Visible Horse $29.95 (USD)

Susan Harris presents her popular “Visible Horse” demonstration with the muscular and skeletal systems painted on a live horse. This fascinating presentation shows in vibrant color how a horse’s bones and muscles work in motion. It includes slow-motion studies of walk, trot, canter, and gallop; what creates good and poor movement; and how to help your horse move better. The program is simply and clearly presented for horse owners and riders of all levels, and is ideally suited for 4-H and Pony Club members as well as adults. It contains invaluable information for instructors, trainers, equine massage therapists, farrier, and equine studies programs. This is a video to watch again and again—you will come away with a far better understanding of your horse.

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Anatomy in Motion 1: The Visible Rider $29.95 (USD)

Susan Harris and Peggy Brown demonstrate how the human skeleton is put together and how it performs in harmony with the horse. Wearing a special “bone suit,” Peggy shows how a rider’s anatomy works in both English and Western riding. Because the rider is “transparent” you can observe how human anatomy and movement affects and is interpreted by the horse, and how balance and straightness are dynamic, ever-changing states. The “Visible Rider” works at all gaits showing a balanced, following seat. Peggy also displays common riding faults while Susan explains why they occur, and how they affect horse and rider. Seeing is believing—you may recognize some of your own riding habits and learn how to improve them.

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