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WELCOME TO A

REVOLUTION

IN EQUINE PERFORMANCE AND LAMENESS PREVENTION

Balance Through Movement Method™ is a revolutionary approach to classical training, centered around treating and preventing nerve and spinal compression and solving undiagnosed lameness.

 

This performance training system is designed to help the horse achieve optimum balance and strength through the development of body and mind.

From trainers to Veterinarians, adult amateurs to backyard enthusiasts, this work is used around the world for rehabilitation, development and diagnostics.

Join the Academy to dive into the Balance Through Movement Method teachings. Courses, webinars, masterclasses and more.

Schedule a one on one session with a Certified BTMM Instructor
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Go deeper and lead new discoveries. Apply to host a BTMM Immersive clinic.

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You can train for soundness.

 Balance Through Movement Method™ combines in-hand and ridden training to achieve whole horse balance with a unique lens that is the missing link to help build and maintain soundness.

Our training methodology is designed to simultaneously release the compensatory patterns within the horse and then develop the body through toning both the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system.

We achieve this by:

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  • Cultivating a positive relationship to connection, both emotionally and to the aids

  • Targeting and developing the muscles required for the horse to have correct center of gravity

  • Supporting spinal integrity

  • Protecting the body from nerve impingement

 With this work, we help the horse reach true structural integrity, solving and preventing restrictions, lameness, and enhancing performance by restoring the missing gait cycle and achieving optimal range of motion within the body. Through the careful reprogramming of the body’s compensatory patterns with proprioceptive work and emotional regulation, mind-body integration is achieved.

The result: Horses that are sound not just in body, but in mind.

PILLAR ONE

RELATIONSHIP

TO

CONNECTION

PILLAR TWO

CENTER

OF

BALANCE

PILLAR THREE

SPINAL

INTEGRITY

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