Cynthia Adams from Canada graduated in the Straightness Training Academy in the basics of Grade 2.
This means, Cynthia passed all Touchstones from the ground, so that’s in the training pillars Groundwork, Longeing, Work in hand, and ST at Liberty!
Cynthia is a Scholar in the Basic ST Instructor Certification Program and this month, she passed her Work in Hand Grade 2 Touchstone with her mare Dominique, and with that milestone, she has passed all 4 Touchstones from the ground in Grade 2.
We’ve learned how to ride in walk, trot, and canter, but somehow we haven’t been taught about the natural asymmetry of the horse?
For those who did that’s great, but for some reason the dimensions of the natural asymmetry and areas of straightness training wasn’t and still isn’t always on the agenda when having lessons or training horses.
And that might lead to all kinds of issues, such as: