Equestrian Tai Chi
For riders who want to learn Equestrian Tai Chi to enhance their riding, to deepen their connection with their horse and to develop and refine their energy.
Do you every wish you were more coordinated and connected inside, so that you could realise your potential as a rider?
Would you like to improve your balance and posture?
To increase suppleness and flexibility? To develop your sensitivity and feel?
Would you like to deepen your bond with your horse and experience the freedom of true connection, of being in total sync?
Imagine being so inwardly stable, centered and aware, that your horse could sense it, and would be drawn to wanting to connect with you?
Equestrian Tai Chi is an online course designed to help you achieve this.
Here’s what you'll learn –
Equestrian Tai Chi
Equestrian Tai Chi balances your energy. It improves your flexibility and feel, and improves your posture and balance. Equestrian Tai Chi develops awareness of balance and posture. It helps riders to be in the correct balanced and straight alignment of their bodies. If riders are aware of when they are straight and balanced themselves, it makes it easier for them to tell if your horse is straight.
Practicing Equestrian Tai Chi helps people to recognise and to correct one sidedness. Because Equestrian Tai Chi is practiced on both the right and the left sides equally, people quickly notice, if one side is easier to practice on than another. Regular practice of Equestrian Tai Chi helps to make both sides equally balanced, supple and coordinated.
Equestrian Tai Chi improves suppleness and removes stiffness in the rider’s body. It’s movements gently build muscle tone, and reduce stiffness in the joints, allowing the rider to absorb the horse’s movement.
Equestrian Tai Chi relaxes and promotes the smooth flow of energy through the hips and the pelvic area. When the hips are relaxed it makes it easier for the rider to be carried by the movement of the horse.
Equestrian Tai Chi helps to ease pain, and to remove energy blockages from old injuries a rider may have. It guides the energy gently though these areas, bringing energy and healing. If one part of the body doesn’t move because of stiffness, then another area automatically has to compensate, this upsets the natural harmony of the body. Equestrian Tai Chi promotes the even flow of energy throughout the body.
Equestrian Tai Chi improves coordination and helps give riders the ability to separate different muscle groups from each other, so they can perform aids precisely, without involving unnecessary movement in other body parts.
Equestrian Tai Chi opens and develops the energy pathways in your body. The movements of the sequence of The Equestrian Tai Chi Form are learned step by step, as you move through the Modules. The whole sequence takes just under three minutes to perform on each side. This means, that it takes 3 minutes to practice the sequence of The Form the right, and it takes another 3 minutes to practice the sequence of The Form on the left.
The Form has 21 movements and 3 videos are used to teach each movement:-
- A quick view video.
- A video in slow motion with audio instruction.
- A video showing the place of the movement in the Equestrian Tai Chi sequence.
This may sound like a lot, but it’s not really, because some of the videos are very short, some are even just a few seconds long.
As you develop your Equestrian Tai Chi practice, day by day, you will find that your energy will become more balanced, and that your horse will start to benefit from your practice as well. Your horse will be able to feel the beautiful flow of energy, that the movements create in you, as you perform them. Your connection will deepen further with your horse, as your practice allows you to meet each other at an energetic level.
Here is what you will learn as you progress through the Modules –
- Guidelines for practicing safely and effectively.
- Important Principles for learning and practicing Equestrian Tai Chi.
- The first 9 movements of the sequence of Equestrian Tai Chi.
- Movements 10-15 of the sequence of Equestrian Tai Chi
- Movements 16-21 of the sequence of Equestrian Tai Chi.
This is what people are saying ...
Tuned into my awareness and can see how our energies flow together
My horse is a very sensitive thoroughbred and he has become very relaxed and soft. I’m still applying all I learned in our daily interactions and rides, and always will, it’s such an important part of how we relate to our horses.
And Jenny herself was great, providing excellent feedback and advice.”
Equestrain Tai Chi calms me grounds me
“Equestrian Tai Chi strikes a chord with me. It calms and grounds me. I love it.
I found the online delivery really suits me. I have 3 kids who keep me on the go, so finding time to get a class is nearly impossible.
I use any waiting around time to practice any new moves. I watch the videos, sometimes several times to get it right. I love the step-by-step building up of knowledge and skills. It provides a good solid foundation, with explanations of principles and posture.
It builds gradually so that it always feels worthwhile and never daunting. Fitting it into my life is easy.”
Learn to Relax
When Sidney and I found each other, he had obviously been handled very roughly and had lots of issues and dramas going on.
I have been practicing the Tai Chi exercises and found that Sidney responds beautifully to the energy, he shows the classic signs of lowering his head and lots of chewing and sometimes yawning.
It has also relaxed me and helped me to increase my focus and awareness in a positive way.
I have been doing this next to him, before working him in hand, and also on his back before a ridden session, and am so pleased to see that he is noticeably more relaxed and displaying less fear and anxiety.
Thank you Jenny for opening this new pathway for us.”
Karen Moon BHSAI
This is everything that is included with
Equestrian Tai Chi …
The course is fully available online. Once you join the course, you get immediate access to all the three modules. You will have your own username and password to log in and out, whenever you want.
The Course Includes –
- Safety Protocols For Practice.
- Important Guidelines for learning and practicing Equestrian Tai Chi.
- Information about your Tantien.
- Videos of 21 movements of The Equestrian Tai Chi Form performed on the right side.
- Videos of 21 movements of The Equestrian Tai Chi Form performed on the left side. (3 videos are used to teach each movement, so 120 videos for Equestrian Tai Chi in all.)
- The videos include audio instruction, and there is also written instruction for Equestrian Tai Chi.
As well as this there are two special bonuses.
The first bonus is private connection with me on Facebook.
I will set up a private place for you to connect with me once you join the course. This will be a place for you to ask questions, to discuss your progress, and let me know how you are getting on. Again, this is purely optional, but it is available for you if you want it.
The second bonus is Free Equestrian Tai Chi Appraisal.
You can send a video of yourself, performing The Equestrian Tai Chi Form for appraisal after each module, or once you have completed all the modules. You will receive feedback on your progress. This is purely optional, but it is available for you, if you want it.
+ A Special New Bonus just added
Every week for the first 8 weeks, students will be given a new alignment or principle to incorporate into their practice. These principles and alignments will gradually open their energy pathways and get their energy flowing smoothly though them.
There are two options to choose from, when buying Equestrian Tai Chi at the Early Bird Price
- Pay $97 per month for 4 months ($388 in all).You are obliged to complete the 4 payments of $97, but this does not affect your 30 Day Money Back Guarantee in any way.
- Pay $307 in full (and receive a 20% discount).
I offer a 30 Day Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee
If you decide Equestrian Tai Chi is not for you, that is not problem at all, just send me an email at email@example.com within 30 Days, and I will happily refund your money.
I hope that by now, you have a good understanding about the course, and what it could mean for you and your horse, if you were to learn the material in it.
You'll learn a daily practice for you and your horse to enjoy together for as long as you want.