Very short. Very fun to watch! This is a glimpse of what our (and our animals’) fascia actually looks like!
A long video. And there are subtitles. (Video is in German. Subtitles are English.) If you’re curious about fascia (connective tissue), here’s a great video to watch!
Here’s a great Q&A article from theHorse.com. Veterinarian Dr. Joyce Harman, DVM, MRCVS, offers her response to a question about asymmetrical muscle development and how it can relate to both movement and saddle fitting issues. And be sure to note her comments in the last paragraph, “So what can you do about this asymmetry?”!
My three horses, Kiona, Rainbow and Prince, just had their spring appointment with Veterinary Equine Dentist Dr. Richard Vetter, DVM. (His website is very informative, check it out!) About 10 years ago I learned something about the difference between a dental specialist versus a general practitioner vet doing dentistry (floating teeth). Ever since having my […]
Dr. Deb Bennett, Ph.D., author of several books including the wonderful series, Principles of Conformation Analysis, is also the founder of a great website, Equine Studies Institute. Check out especially the “Knowledge Base” area of the site. As described there, “This section of the ESI Website is intended to grow as readings are added yearly. […]
If you haven’t already seen this video through the All About Animal Massage site or newsletter, here’s a link to a video taken from an equine massage class I taught, which shows a technique for helping your horse’s ribs, breath, and back (so therefore everything really :)) It also includes some discussion of the anatomy […]