1. Review structure and function of equine anatomy and physiology as it pertains to motion.
2. Discuss the logic and apply hands-on technique to restore range of motion.
3. Understand the effects of specific muscle tightness and its effects on performance and range of motion.
4. Recognize limitations of motion through direct observation of movement via muscular kinetics and gait analysis.
5. Hone in on interviewing skills of riders and trainers to understand problems in motion and performance.
6. Restore free motion and range of motion by eliminating muscular tightness and spasms.