Monthly Archives: July 2012

Posture and Saddle Fit


We all know that having to buy a new saddle is literally a pain in the rear.  It’s worse than trying to find a new swim suit or even a pair of jeans!  What makes saddle shopping so difficult is … Continue reading

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Let’s Do the “Kegel” and a Pelvic Tuck!


When I travel to teach Pilates for riders, I try to focus on five basics.  These five basics are:  neutral pelvis, ribcage placement, shoulder girdle mobility and stability, head and neck placement, and, finally, breathing.  What if we are keeping … Continue reading

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Wow! THREE People Awarded Me the Sisterhood of World Bloggers’ Award!


Wow!  I’m stunned, flattered, honored, humbled, and just plain flabbergasted!  Not one, not two, but THREE people awarded this to me!  Those wonderful, generous, kind people are in alphabetical order by first name are:  Elizabeth Townes, Lynn Baillie, and Riki … Continue reading

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More Words – Antonyms or Synonyms?


I love words.  I love the history of words, where they came from, how they’ve changed in usage and pronunciation.  I love to play with words.  I love puns.  Puns are not the lowest form of humor; they’re the highest.  … Continue reading

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Words, Words, Words – Part 2


  I have more words to discuss with you. Rain, Rein, Reign Rain is that wet stuff that comes down from the sky. In Seattle, where I grew up, we called it liquid sunshine. Here on the east coast, it’s … Continue reading

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Words, Words, Words


This is rather off-topic for me; but, for my efforts for the Ultimate Blog Challenge, I’m going for it anyway. Words.  I love words.  I love almost all words.  I love language, actually.  But the words must be spelled correctly.  … Continue reading

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Dust Angels?

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This exercise helps loosen the shoulder joints, but it’s really a core stability exercise.  We move the arms and legs around to challenge the stability of the core. Start by lying down on the floor on your back with your … Continue reading

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