Este lunes se ha celebrado una masterclass de flamenco a cargo de la compañía Sandra Gallardo para el flashmob del próximo jueves en la plaza del Ayuntamiento, dentro de las actividades de Flamenco on fire.
Tepic Nayarit 2013
Make the best organic corn tortilla quesadillas EVER! We show you how! Please visit our advertiser's ads so we can continue to make videos like these! Thanks!
Make delicious, easy homemade corn tortillas from whole dried corn. So easy and so good! We get our corn from The Grain Place http://grainplacefoods.com/ Please visit our advertiser's ads so we can continue to make videos like these! Thanks!
NUEVO VIDEO CON MI AMIGA Iris!!!! ESPERO QUE LO DISFRUTÉISSSSS
En esta ocasión tocamos con Marivelia el tema de las nuevas tecnologías y de la nueva de socializar; escúchanos y opina en nuestra página de Facebook: Sandra Velarde Psicóloga 2015
shaping and frying picarones in Lima, Peru. Notice she wets her hands in water before grabbing the dough. IT only takes seconds for them to be done. For the recipe go to www.LatinaDesserts.com/churros-peru
The prime purpose for the work under saddle is searching for, developing and maintaining effective independent ballance and carrying strenght of a horse. The work is composed of intrinsicly woven elements of sensitive guidance by controlling and directing energy, body awareness, sinchronicity and above all empathy and tactfulness of the rider to absorb responses and apply suggestions in a given mo(ve)ment. Video production: Studio Retrogarda Music by: Dexter Britain, www.dexterbritain.co.uk. Warming up should be always done first in hand or on longe before mounting. In the saddle, warming up aims to physical, mental and emotional preparation of the horse to a more compact work. Simple lines and curves are taken. It is a search for relaxed rythm, volitive responsiveness and bringing relief to a tight areas of the body. Mellowness and responsiveness is always to be awarded by a pause in walk. The lenght of warming up is to be adjusted according to actual state of the horse and circumstances in a given day. Transitions constitute warming up process and aim as efficient tool for condensing horse's attentiveness and readiness to act during the training. All the focus of the transitions work is placed in impulsiveness, softness and fluidity of the upward or downward transition. Searching for ballance and self-carriage in lateral movements demands for a precise bending posture, which enable horse to ballance, lighten and connect it's body into carrying shape. Lateral movements aim to regulate horse's natural asymmetry consequently strenghten and maintain his flexibility and relaxation in all postures. A condition for the above stated results is horse's clear understanding of given signals for a certain body adjustment, maintaining sufficient fluidity of the movement and independent self-comport, when lateral ballance is once established. Rythm and impulse – rythm is full of movement but not every movement is a rythm. We should not mistaken rythm for tact. Tact is repetition, rythm is invention. Rythm demands for inner harmony, our involvement in rythmical process by listening and tuning into fluctual conversation with a horse. Additional expression of rythm is impulse, which takes place by inspiration, lifting and searching for reciprocal lightness of the movement. Rythm and impulse develop when carrying strenght and independent self-comport of a horse are established. Straightness comes as a result of equating horse's natural asimmetry and ability of a horse to find independent self-comport in every direction and band. It is horse's carefreeness of loosing the ballance and volitive mainteinance of propulsive collection. Relaxation comes out of trust, clear communication, moderation in work and intervals of ease between condense periods. In higher paces relaxation is achieved by loosening collection, giving muscels to stretch, but maintaining carrying frame and ballance. Independent self-comport is a portal to dialog, trough which we offer horse a space to express himself and find comfort and consequently relaxation, although we define the frame of the posture. Suppleness is congruency and harmonic movement of the separate muscle groups, which flow in functional succession from center to periphery and back. It is achieved by willingness and cooperation of a horse to rider's suggestions or aids. There is no place for congestion in movement. Suppleness is to be aimed for in all phases of training and is the key indicator for efficiency of the training tecniques. Regularity – trough regularity we find serenity. Being regular and consistent in everything, daily life routines; time, rythm and lenght of work, intervals in work, amount of diversity in training,... Regularity will bring stability, tranquility and obedience of a horse and will form a positive habit to work willingly. However, slight variations inside the frame of regularity are necessary, to spur motivation and add freshness to the performance.