Jackie Iddings talks about jump judging at Twin Rivers – an amazing volunteer score-keeping opportunity to help make sure the horses and riders clear their jumps while thundering over wild terrain at blazing top speed.
We visit the Central Coast Polo Club (CCPC) in Los Osos to learn more about their organization, playing polo, and how anyone can get involved with this fun and fast paced sport. Jackie Iddings shares the action with us.
Horses become nervous and anxious for a number of reasons – Jackie Iddings has some easy hands-on techniques you can use to help calm your anxious horse.
Equine facilitated therapy is like holding a mirror up and asking, “What do you see?” Through the thoughts and feelings reflected from their experiences with the horses, Gina Sears, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, gets her clients to focus in the moment and build those reflected experiences into a life strategy. Jackie Iddings introduces us to Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.
Picture this: every fiber of muscle is coated with fascia. For the muscle to work properly the fascial planes need to be able to slide over one another. A ‘restriction’ causes the fascia to lose its ability to glide and it sticks, preventing the muscle from working properly. Jackie Iddings helps us understand facia’s role in the anxious horse.