Natural Methods for Equine Health and Performance by Bromiley, Mary

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Edition Number: 2
Language: English Publication Year: 2009
Format: Paperback ISBN:

9781405179294

Natural Methods for Equine Health and Performance by Bromiley, Mary

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Synopsis
Natural Methods for Equine Health and Performance, Second Edition , presents an overview of a natural approach to horse care and management for the 21st century. It provides sensible and readable advice on natural horsemanship, contrasting natural and domestic habitats. A range of holistic methods of treatment are covered, including acupuncture, massage, herbalism, homeopathy, and schooling exercises used by the Classical School. Mary Bromiley has an excellent reputation for achieving results using natural methods for muscle re-education. This book will be useful to anyone who owns or routinely works with horses.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 1405179295
ISBN-13 9781405179294

Key Details
Author Mary W. Bromiley
Number Of Pages 248 pages
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2009-03-16
Language English
Publisher Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Publication Year 2009

Additional Details
Edition Number 2
Copyright Date 2009
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 18.8 Oz
Height 0.5 In.
Width 7 In.
Length 9.7 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LCCN 2008-030046
LC Classification Number SF285.3.B75 2009
Dewey Decimal 636.1/083
Dewey Edition 22

Table Of Content
Part I The Horse.1 What is Natural Horsemanship.2 Understanding the Horse.3 Reading Your Horse.4 Diet.5 Feeding.Part II Therapies.1 Homoeopathy.2 Bach Flower Remedies.3 Past Age Remedies.4 Health Maintenance and Healing.5 Acupuncture and Acupressure.6 Massage.Part III Training/ building the horse.1 Terminology Associated with Muscle Activity.2 Anatomical Consideration.3 Appendicular Skeleton, the Levers.4 Training.Part IV Exercise Analysis.1 The Classical Training approach.2 Surface Anatomy.3 Specific Exercises.Part V Overview of Training.1 Training.2 Faulty Movement.3 General Considerations for the Rider.Part VI.1 Progressive Muscle Loading I: Gymnastic Apparatus.2 Training Aids Explained.3 Progressive Muscle Loading II: The Addition of Skills.General Summary. The fundamentals of Natural Training and Husbandry.Appendix I Programme Design.Appendix II Athletic Horse versus Athletic Man.Appendix III Natural Health Maintenance in the New Age Horse.Glossary.General Bibliography.Useful Addresses.Index

Reviews
‘From acupuncture and massage to homeopathy, it’s packed with applied alternative medicine that’s been tested in the field.’ (Midwest Book Review, July 2009)The ideas that Mary provides on these pages are priceless? Her concepts are of a no nonsense nature and are based on the common sense facts of a natural approach. From the foreword by Monty Roberts, the ?Man Who Listens to Horses? ‘This excellent book combines the concepts of natural horsemanship with the author’s documented expertise in equine physical therapy.’ ( Doody’s , September 2009) ?From acupuncture and massage to homeopathy, it’s packed with applied alternative medicine that’s been tested in the field.’ ( Midwest Book Review , July 2009) The ideas that Mary provides on these pages are priceless? Her concepts are of a no nonsense nature and are based on the common sense facts of a natural approach . From the foreword by Monty Roberts, the ?Man Who Listens to Horses? ?This excellent book combines the concepts of natural horsemanshipwith the author’s documented expertise in equine physical therapy.?( Doody?s , September 2009) ?From acupuncture and massage to homeopathy, it’s packed withapplied alternative medicine that’s been tested in the field.?( Midwest Book Review , July 2009) The ideas that Mary provides on these pages are priceless?Her concepts are of a no nonsense nature and are based on thecommon sense facts of a natural approach . From the foreword by Monty Roberts, the ?Man Who Listens toHorses? The ideas that Mary provides on these pages are priceless… Her concepts are of a no nonsense nature and are based on the common sense facts of a natural approach. From the foreword by Monty Roberts, the “Man Who Listens to Horses”

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