This is the first class of two classes which will investigate human anatomy associated with postural alignment and body mechanics in horseback riding. Topics include identification of the human skeleton, muscles and parts of the brain pertinent to riding, and an introduction to movement terminology. The class will closely examine correct posture and position in the field of horseback riding and the benefits of varying postural accommodations. Preferred
Prereq: HCP936 Equine Studies II.
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