Equine Ergonomist - Intensive Course (English) - Germany

March 25th, 2018 - March 29th, 2018 | Hannoveraner Verband - Straße 92, Verden (Aller), Germany

Training on the basis of Saddlefit 4 Life®– Philosophy, Instructor Jochen Schleese

Target Audience:

  • Riders
  • Horse Enthusiasts
  • Competitive Riders and Equine Groups & Associations
  • Tack/Retail Shops, Master Saddlers
  • Equine Professionals including Veterinarians, Physiologists, Osteopaths, Trainers, Farriers, Chiropractors

No specific prerequisites required to take the course!

Contents:

  • Education/Training in accordance with the Saddlefit 4 Life-Philosophy
  • The course content with its practical applications taught by experienced professionals will allow you to give horse and rider the best opportunity for protection against long-term back pain and damage.
  • A brief history of Riding and Saddlery
  • Growth phases of the horse and the influence of the saddle
  • Long-term repercussions from poorly fitting saddles for both horse and rider
  • Various methods and schools of thought of saddle fitting
  • Human Anatomy. Differences between male and female. Consequences pertaining to correct saddle choices.
  • Impedances on Freedom of movement, performance and general health for horse and rider from badly fitting saddles. Suggestions for improvement.
  • Various measurement tools and devices to analyze saddle fit. Determination of the saddle support area.
  • Theory and Practice: demonstration of static and dynamic saddle fit.

Seminar venue: Hannoveraner Verband – Lindhooper Straβe 92 – Verden (Aller), Germany

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Course Fee:  2.050,00 €

Registration Information

Ensure your spot is secure with registration using our online Course Registration form. Please review your contact information and ensure all information and contact phone numbers and E-mails are correct. Catering (meals, snacks, drinks) are included. Accommodation and travel have to be paid and organized by every participant individually.

We recommend to take out an insurance in case of illness, cancelation, etc…. for your travel expenses, participation fee, etc……

Measuring tools can subsequently be purchased after the course!

Note:

Registration and payment are due no later than 14 days after registration. Upon receipt of your registration fee, you will receive a confirmation receipt within 3 business days with further course details.

If you have any detailed questions, our contact person would be glad to assist you. E-Mail info@s4l-akademie.de

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Jochen saved my horse - even the vet school couldn’t provide an explanation of his symptoms. Understanding how the horse dictates saddle fit added a whole new dimension to my practice and helped countless clients and their horses. Passion for true horsemanship brings us all together. Thank you to Jochen Schleese.  Jochen saved my horse’s career, and in doing so, shaped mine.  Even the vet school couldn’t provide an explanation of his symptoms. Understanding how the horse dictates saddle fit added a whole new dimension to my practice and helped countless clients and their horses.   The saddle fitting material in my book “Recognizing the Horse in Pain and What You Can Do About It” is largely due to your years of experience and passion for teaching. Passion for true horsemanship brings us all together.” My post-graduation experience of seeing numerous records filled with refills for steroids and antibiotics or frequent, needless joint injections soon left me desperately searching for a better way to practice. The ensuing experience (meeting with Certified Master Saddler Jochen Schleese) changed my life, and subsequently changed the lives of the horses I’ve been able to work with. When I met Jochen Schleese, the founder of Saddlefit 4 Life® and listened to his in-depth explanation of how saddle fit affects the horse, I had a revelation. Here was someone who could put all the pieces together for me with compassionate understanding for the horse. I will admit, when I understood how much pain I had caused my horse, and how he had continued to try to do his job for me in the face of that pain, I cried uncontrollably. Now I was armed with something different in making the decision – the knowledge of my horse’s anatomy, how it dictated proper saddle fit...and an option to correct his problems and continue to enjoy riding my horse knowing he is free of pain.”   Recognizing the Horse in Pain and What You Can Do About it - Video Icon for Website How to Use Thermography

— Joanna Robson DVM, CVSMT, CMP, CVA and Owner of Inspiritus Equine

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