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jkocar88
09-03-2001, 10:10 PM
This notice is provided courtesy of the Biomch-L. Attached is a recent update to
the Biomechanics Yellow Pages (BYP). For more information about the BYP, please
see below.

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Rider Biomechanics System
Victoria, Australia

The Rider Biomechanics System specialises in training the horse rider from
beginner to Olympic level.

Located in Melbourne, Australia, our Director, Colleen Kelly, MIPC, CertEMRT,
NJAS/EFA Official Dressage Judge, is the world leader in her field.

Colleen has 35 years experience in horse riding, specialising in the
biomechanics of the rider. Colleen has lectured for the Australian Equestrian
Federation, the New Zealand Equestrian Federation, and for Federations and
Riding Groups throughout the USA, Europe and the Middle East.

In the mid 1990's Colleen conducted the world's first research project looking
at the effect of the rider's biomechanics on the horse's performance. This
research proved at that time that even the simplest change in the posture,
balance and timing of the rider has remarkable effects on the horse's
performance.

Colleen is available for private biomechanics assessments (concentrating only on
horse riders), clinics and coaching tours.

URL: http://ponyclubvic.org/biomechanics.htm
Contact: Colleen Kelly
Position: Director
Address: 25 Nolans Road
Riddells Creek. Victoria 3431
Phone: 0407 662 467 (Australia)
Fax: (03) 9235 2739
E-mail: ckelly_thendara@hotmail.com
Last Update: 7/15/2001


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