equinoterapia potao, para los niños de escasos recursos económicos que tengan Facebook EQUINOTERAPIA POTAO . Ejercicios Reeducacion Vestibular. Divisiones Ejercicios ¿Cómo se logra el resultado deseado? Através de una interrelación entre el alumno, el caballo y el terapeuta; teniendo. Estudio exploratorio sobre Equinoterapia como contexto educativo no formal. Visitas a centros especializados de la ciudad de Bell Ville.
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From a young age she demonstrated her passion for horses and started competing in different disciplines in which over the years she obtained a number of important achievements.
After finishing her secondary education, she studied Physical Education specialising in kinaesthetic teaching as a gymnastics coach. Equine Therapy is the education, re-education and rehabilitation of a person with special needs through their interactions with horses. To transmit her experiences for the benefit of others, promote the opening of new Equine Therapy centres and teach professionals from a wide range of professions so that as many people as possible can improve their quality of life through this activity.
Equine Therapy is taught in three areas: Hippotherapy, Therapeutic Riding and Horse Riding as a sport. In Hippotherapy we work with babies, children or adults with severe neuro-motor disabilities including degenerative and or genetic conditions, as well as those suffering from neurological trauma. In Therapeutic Riding we work with children and adults with cognitive and or psychological dysfunctions. In Horse Riding as a sport we work with children and adults who despite their medical condition can ride independently and practice all areas of the sport including show jumping and dressage.
The method is founded on the basic principles of Equine Therapy, developing an educational and therapeutic action plan working trans-disciplinarily on language, communication, cognitive function, gross and fine motor skills, as well as self-care techniques.
We make the most of the intrinsic resources that the activity generates, influencing reason with emotion, and motor pathways with sensory stimuli. Visual discrimination Vocal and gesture imitation Looking, grabbing and pointing Identification of equestrian and teaching elements.
Response to requests with relation to the education of movement taking account of time and space. Classification of elements by size, colour and form in different contexts.
Head control Trunk control Control of general posture Regulation of muscular tone Vertical, horizontal, static and dynamic equilibrium Body plan. General dynamic coordination Hand coordination Identification of left and right Flexibility: Dissociation of hips and shoulders Inhibition of tonic movements and associated movements Fixation and automation of movement.
Development of muscles and visual motor integration Direct hand actions: Selection of objects in relation to their function, utility and quality e. Hand and finger training with elements of other sports, equestrian elements and teaching elements.
Identification of different surfaces Identification of geometric figures, letters and numbers Perceptive discrimination of objects, state and quality on and off the horse. Drawing parallels between horse care and self-care e. Distinguishing different forms of transport Correct use of public objects Interpersonal relationships: Si trazamos una recta vertical imaginaria se deben alinear en ella la oreja, el hombro y la cadera.
En este caso esta interrumpida por una sifosis. Las manos se encuentran a la misma altura en toma dorsal, los brazos extendidos, la vista a la altura de las orejas del caballo y la cadera correctamente horcajada sobre el lomo del caballo. Ejercicio utilizado para ampliar la capacidad respiratoria. Children develop motor skills sequentially.
Firstly, they start moving their limbs without coordination and then they start crawling. There are three stages to crawling: This pattern strengthens the abdominal musculature and the child can start walking in a bipedal manner; at this stage the spine naturally aligns in a healthy person.
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The lack of movement in a person with a motor impairment can modify their postural alignment. Concepts and work methodology. The course is taught at our centre over 4 days. Work methodolgy, necesary techniques and concepts, pages and high quality format.
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Accomodation at our centre. What is Equine Therapy? Who works at the centre? Horse Riding as a sport. The Equine Therapy centre: The centre has all of the facilities needed to teach Equine Therapy. Anteversion of the pelvis causing lordosis: See more Spanish 1 2 3 More information – Course. More information – Book.
More information – Training. Saddle for double riding Essential equipment for the activity Equine Therapy saddle Developed by our organisation.
More information – Saddle.