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Dressage Solutions: Keep from Slumping or Slouching

In many of the lessons that I teach I keep telling students to “sit up”. I found that the analogy of the parachute works well, because not only do you have to sit up, but you also have to lift your abs. This visual reference is a great way to lift your middle and keep your shoulders tall. Remember to breath and relax as well.

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