Sally Swift is a world-renowned as the founder of Centered Riding(R) and had been leading a revolution in rider awareness for 30 years. Many of her groundbreaking techniques for riders are drawn from her use of the Alexander Technique, the study of anatomy, and other bodywork methods used for her own physical therapy to treat scoliosis. The book Centered Riding first took the horse world by storm in 1985 with innovative ideas such as "building blocks," "soft eyes," "centering," and "breathing." Sally continued to develop her ideas over the years and proudly oversaw a Centered Riding(R) organization with an active membership and many instructors Sally trained herself to carry on her legacy of good riding. Sally died in April 2009 three weeks shy of her 96th birthday.
"A worthy companion to its classic predecessor..." --Horse & Rider
"Not a book to be read, but a book to be lived in... destined also to become a classic and a staple on the shelf of committed riders." --The Horsemen's Voice
"Swift was ahead of her time." --U.S. Dressage Federation Connection