[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="441"]jo last jump 2003 001 Joachim in one of this last jumps in 2003[/caption]

I was a professional horse trainer in show jumping for many years. My personal interest was to promote the horse's flexibility and athletic performances over the fence.  Today, I am combining my riding and my Rolfing experience with Equine Rolfing® Structural Integration technique.

Equine Rolfing® S.I. is about helping horses  have more support, connection, and strength through their bodies. It is a manual rehabilitation therapy of 5 sequence sessions developed to facilitate changes in the horse's body structure through the nervous system and connective tissue.

The following is an example of a horse that was injured and had no energy. It didn't want to canter. This video is showing how Equine Rolfing Technique finds the root of the problem and unwinds the horse's body. Another example: donkeys are very difficult to work with as they are naturally in a fight/fight mode  (they will protect sheep against a mountain lion, for example) vs fight/flight for a horse.  Finding a way to have them  relax is a performance. The following video shows the end of a session where the animal finally relaxes. Save Save

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jo last jump 2003 001

Joachim in one of this last jumps in 2003

I was a professional horse trainer in show jumping for many years. My personal interest was to promote the horse’s flexibility and athletic performances over the fence.  Today, I am combining my riding and my Rolfing experience with Equine Rolfing® Structural Integration technique.

Equine Rolfing® S.I. is about helping horses  have more support, connection, and strength through their bodies. It is a manual rehabilitation therapy of 5 sequence sessions developed to facilitate changes in the horse’s body structure through the nervous system and connective tissue.

The following is an example of a horse that was injured and had no energy. It didn’t want to canter. This video is showing how Equine Rolfing Technique finds the root of the problem and unwinds the horse’s body.


Another example: donkeys are very difficult to work with as they are naturally in a fight/fight mode  (they will protect sheep against a mountain lion, for example) vs fight/flight for a horse.  Finding a way to have them  relax is a performance. The following video shows the end of a session where the animal finally relaxes.

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