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Testt: Mounted Rider Symmetry Assessment: 60 Minutes : November 2nd : Hosted By Danesmoor Eventing, Banbury (Arena Fee Payable To Host On The Day £10)

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Andy Thomas is currently the High Performance Human Science and Sports Medicine Advisor to the United States Equestrian Teams and Director of Eventphysio Ltd.

Prior to this, he was the Lead Practitioner for Human Science and Sports Medicine to the British Equestrian Federation for 10 years. He has attended 3 Olympic Games, 4 World Championships and 12 European Championships. An experienced international lecturer in this specialist area, Andy provides a unique insight into the management of the human equestrian athlete, developer of Testt™️ (Thomas Equestrian Symmetry Types and Tests) a system of assessing imbalances and weaknesses in equestrian riders. 

Andy has a particular interest working closely with coaches and trainers to help improve symmetry in the developing rider and in competition athletes to maximise performance

Testt™️ Rider Symmetry Assessment

🔹 Do you have a preference of rein?

🔹 Do you find your pelvis shifting more to one side than the other?

🔹 Do you feel that you fix through one hand?

🔹 Is lateral work more difficult one way than the other?

🔹 Do you run out in the same direction?

Mounted assessment :

➡️ 60 minute assessment, firstly viewing on horse (centre line and circles) then assessment off horse and the asymmetry will be addressed and then Andy will view back on horse again. Andy will then utilise band work on horse if appropriate to adjust any remaining symmetrical issues. After the riding Andy will provide a rehab plan of exercise which you can utilise with an interactive app for your mobile phone or tablet device to use prior to riding.

UK clinics - 

Full refund can be provided up to 14 days before the clinic date

Less than 14 days notice but within 48 hours of clinic date will be refunded at 50% of payment

There will be no refunds issued  if notice is provided less than 48 hours before the clinic date (you may discuss with the host to see if a replacement can be made via a waitlist, but not always possible)

As does happen if the horse is not available for the assessment due to illness etc then the assessment can be undertaken unmounted by the rider. This does not change the above terms and conditions 

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