Applied Posture Riding Now Offers a Unique Horse Riding Exercise Program for Riders of All Levels

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Annette Willson's "Applied Posture Riding" is a Pilates based exercise program specific for horse riders. Riders from all over the world have benefited by following this very program and it is now available to you. This program is designed specifically for the rider not the horse.

Annette Willson ( is proud to present her horse riding exercise program "Applied Posture Riding", where she offers her combined expert knowledge to riders. She is an elite rider with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy and a Pilates instructor. She combines her wealth of knowledge into this unique program to train riders at every level. She has used this program to train riders around the world and is proven to be tremendously successful.

This program is about training the rider, using specific Pilates exercises to improve core stability and riding posture. Her program is sport specific and the exercises target the riding posture. A rider will learn muscle control and skills to achieve a great riding posture. The simple steps will teach a rider to self test and then correct any muscle imbalances they have. A rider will learn about their own posture problems, first poor posture on the ground will reflect in the riding posture in the saddle. The key theme of the program is core stability and abdominal control, and how to apply this function to gain independent muscle control in the saddle. Pilates is the single most important exercise for the rider, but must be taught by a professional.

Those who have taken this horse riding exercise program cannot believe how simple it is and the wonderful improvement in their riding skills. This program is effective for riders at any level; even Olympic riders benefit and learn more about themselves as a rider. Every rider will learn about their posture and train it for riding. The program includes specific stretching techniques to increase lower back and pelvic flexibility. A rider requires great strength and flexibility in order to stay in tune with their horse. This program has simple step by step points to follow, to achieve just that. The bonus will include less back pain and or headaches, many riders suffer from these aliments due to poor riding posture.

The program is a complete package offering rider specific training for riding as well as personal posture management. Once mastered a rider will achieve excellent balance and be able to maintain a deep independent seat at all paces. A rider will be still at the sit trot, an extremely difficult skill to master. Your riding will be pleasant and skillful, you will be in tune with your horse and able to apply aids he will respond to, without bouncing. Your horse will have a natural free movement again uninhibited by your stiffness and interference. Riding will be great fun and less stressful.

"Applied Posture Riding" is for every rider because this program is rider specific. Every rider has an imbalance that can be fixed and therefore improve their riding. This simple program will allow any rider to find their imbalance and correct it to become a better rider. To learn more, visit

About Applied-Posture-Riding:
Annette has her Masters degree in Physiotherapy and founded the Clare Valley Physiotherapy practice in 1995. She is also a Pilates teacher and has a special interest in pain due to posture. Annette has instructed 100s of riders, introducing this unique program. Riders learn about themselves before they learn about their horse. She has written two books: "Applied Posture Riding" and "Posture Toning." She has also written many small reports on specific topics within her industry. With 20 years of knowledge and experience she can be considered an expert in this field.

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Name: Annette Willson
Address: 37 Victoria Road
City: Clare
State: South Australia
Country: Australia
Zip: 5453
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Phone: 61 8 88421288

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