Conformation Balancing Results
- Relieve anxiety & trauma
- Align heads, jaws
- Horse stands “in the box”
- Poll flexes easily
- Top line improves
- Neck “nicks” disappear
- Elbows open, strides lengthen
- Decrease in inflamation
- increase in circulation
- Eliminate pain
- Tails plume and aid in hind collection
- Progressive fitness with fascia balancing finds limits quickly
- Rider “knows” their horse from the inside out
Equine Affaire November 2017
While conventional massage offers comfort to problems caused by body strain, Hellerwork is a long-term program that treats the cause.
Hellerwork technique gets to the root of the problem by working on the plastic-like wrappings around the muscles called fascia, which become rigid when they become glued in these unnatural positions.
Invented in America in 1978 by Joseph Heller, a Polish-born aerospace engineer, Hellerwork is a form of deep-tissue massage that realigns and rebalances the body.
Hellerwork is based on the relationship between man and gravity. Heller’s book “Bodywise,” an introduction to Hellwerwork, written with Willian A. Henkin, is published by Wingbow Press. Highly recommended!
Trafalgar Square Books connects authors
Frederic Pignon, Margret and Magali Delgado connected at “The Mind, Body and Spirit of Horsemanship” training . This workshop’s special quality is it’s emphasis on partnership with the horse.