Equigym sessions use 15-20 poles in a variety of layouts and are a great way to develop your horse’s co-ordination, lift and core stability.
45 mins group session (no more than 4 people)
£15 members, £20 non-members
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis with priority given to members. Places and times can only be confirmed on receipt of the booking form and ONCE PAYMENT has been MADE BY BACS.
Any queries and to book your place, please contact Angela Lumsdon on 0779 5261105 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Times will be available on 30th October and will be texted/emailed to you directly and appear on our website.
Attendance is subject to the COVID-19 restrictions at the time and all participants must adhere to the More
Franklin Balls were developed in Germany by Dr Eric Franklin, originally to help sports people but they have now been developed to help Equestrians. I have attended a course to learn how these work and am now trained in their use. The balls are different sizes and shapes, either filled with air or water, which are used in different ways, for example under seat bones, thighs and armpits to help riders develop their balance, core strength, straightness and suppleness. They help identify areas riders need to work on, and also really show how the rider influences the horse’s way of going. We have found that horses become more forward, relaxed and straighter and riders become more ‘bodily aware’. It’s absolutely fascinating!