♔ The Kjrsos Experience | In Freedom and Awareness ⚛ This is Us Becoming Them

This is us becoming them. I think that is what everyone misses.  

We climbed aboard thinking to take charge, not thinking we have to give up of ourselves.  That this is not about the horses giving themselves up to us, but us giving ourselves over to the shape, form and energy of the horse.  Our body becoming an extension of theirs.  And the Transformation Begins.

The beginning of awareness of another. 

First We Help Shape the Rider.

An incredibly powerful and uniquely presented training system that has identified the key properties that are the base of healthy and empowering movement. Key principles that are consistent - that will follow your journey from the basic movements all the way through to the most advanced movements. Consistent because they are based on the truths that reside in the horse's body. The key properties that are the key to a healthy engaged and released equine body. A body prepared to be the strongest, the most flexible athlete the house can be. These are the foundations of success no matter what discipline you ride. Miss a single one and you compromise the body of the horse.

Course Studies

The Beginning of Transformational Riding

A study guide to how to introduce the concepts of how to actualize the concepts behind "This is us becoming them."

Your seat should be a seat that brings life, power, to your horse.

Releasing the Horse through the Rider

How to move the horse to the wall.  Pretty sure there will be an article on this somewhere in HFL

Note further resources on Shoulder-In in Kjersos Dressage on how to introduce Shoulder-In to advanced work in shoulder-in.

Discovery classes are different than the rest. Often posing questions more than answers but trying to look at everything with open eyes.  Examining facts, figures and especially what is in our hearts.  Questions that we return to again and again and again.  Because that is who and what we are. Kjrsos looking for the questions in the answers that we have that maybe can lead us to even a better understanding. Here we examine the question of what the differences it creates in the horses to bit or not to be bitted.