Your horse is fearful, nervous and inconsistent in behavior. You can help your horse release his trauma so he can live in security and peace.
The horse does not stand square, “in the box” because they are unbalanced.
Canter leads are difficult, if not impossible, due to athletic limits in the horse’s body. It’s the “can’t, not won’t” situation.
Collection makes the horse anxious and tense. This limitation is easily resolved with full balancing of the horse.
Your horse shows an uneven top line; there are dips, lumps and hollows. If they are well-bred and well-trained, why would they look this way? They’re unbalanced.
You compete professionally with your horse; maintenance of the winning edge is important.
Like a human pro athlete, keeping your horse totally fit is a practical priority for both your careers. An experienced, wise horse is a major asset for any rider. Their athletic abilities can be extended for a much longer time with Conformation Balancing.
You just got a new horse from a shelter or other source of unknown history. Balancing sessions move the horse through their old traumas promptly. Why struggle? Many horses improve dramatically within less than a years time with balancing help.
You want to participate in your horse’s wellness; conformation balancing lets you advance your horse at your own time and pace.
Resilience is prized in horses. Balanced horses are resilient, highly competent and have mental poise. They meet life’s challenges easily. Isn’t this the kind of horse you’d like to ride?