The Natural Rider: A Right-brain Approach to Riding

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Summit Books, 1987 - Sports & Recreation - 320 pages
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Outlines new techniques and methods for improving horsemanship through an "inner game" approach combining elements of Zen philosophy, visualization techniques, and sports psychology

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In a mind-over-matter approach, Wanless asserts that imagining one's body doing certain movements helps it to perform that way. She presents dismounted exercises to make the rider aware of how the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
13
The Mind
19
The Body
34
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About the author (1987)

Mary Wanless is a riding instructor who teaches riders of all skill levels in the U.S., Europe, South Africa, and Australia. She is the author of "For the Good of the Horse," "For the Good of the Rider," "The Natural Rider,"" Ride with Your Mind," and "Ride with Your Mind Essentials,"

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