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click I have Multiple Sclerosis. When looking to deal with symptoms associated with this condition I learned about therapeutic horse riding. Turns out horse riding is something beneficial when dealing with a disability. Enjoyable therapy sounded intriguing so I learned more. Why a horse? These gentle animals provide a unique multi-sensory means of therapy; the shape of their backs provides a perfect platform. Their pelvis is like ours in that it has a three-dimensional movement (up, down, and side to side). Their gait simulates our walking and the repetitive motion helps a rider improve muscle tone, strength, posture, flexibility and balance. A horse’s natural rhythm gently moves muscles and the spine.
white paper writing services cost Sitting on a horse can stretch hip joints reducing pain and spasticity in the legs. Many restricted to wheelchairs, braces or crutches can feel mobile again when riding a horse. On the outside you may just see a body riding a horse, inside it’s actually a spirit soaring. Besides the physical benefits, horse riding improves social skills, self esteem, self awareness and self achievement. In a safe environment trained instructors, volunteers and of course the horses make this possible. You don’t need to have ever ridden a horse before to enjoy these benefits. Personally I have experienced an improvement in my core strength and balance and find it relaxing (lowered stress is good when you have MS). I feel blessed to have found Horses for Healing. Some believe angels have two wings, I’ve learned that some have four legs.
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https://mphotonics.mit.edu/campus.php?get=homework-spelling-help&for=127 I’m an inspirational writer. I’ve written a memoir and numerous articles, learn more on facebook.