The River Tiger Podcast
Author: Marianne DaviesSubscribed: 3Played: 128
Join us as we engage in curious unscripted conversations with practitioners and researchers in the fields of learning, skill acquisition, movement sciences, ethics, philosophy, and all things sport, activity, ecological, and equestrian. Our mission is to bring evidence based research and theory to life in a way that is engaging, fun and practical.
Passionate about movement, sports, learning, coaching, and research, I'm a skill acquisition specialist dedicated to helping you reach your fullest potential, no matter your level or chosen activity.
In our fast-paced lives, both humans and horses often find themselves in limiting and impoverished movement environments. But fear not! Our mission is to bring evidence-based research and theory to life in an engaging, practical, and fun way. Our goal is to bridge the gap between theory and reality, transforming your approach to movement skill development.
Join our passionate community, cultivate skills, build relationships, and champion ethics in a joyful and practical way. Get ready for an exhilarating adventure into the world of becoming skilful!
Understanding coaching eco-systems: Challenges and opportunities for developing a more nonlinear coaching practice. A conversation with Dr Mark O'Sullivan.
Fuelling your coaching journey: Event rider and coach Alex van Randwyck shares her insights on how to develop and nurture your own coaching skills.
Are you paying attention? Exploring the role of 'focus of attention' in skill acquisition with Richard Barbour
Part 2. 'Maybe their feet know something we don't.' A conversation with Lacy Stormes, barefoot showjumping USA.
The transformative bond: Exploring embodied cognition in motor racing, with Dr Gal Ziv.
Part 1. 'Maybe their feet know something we don't.' A conversation with Lacy Stormes, barefoot showjumping USA.
Poker faces and the reason we don't ride zebras. A conversation with Dr Carrie Ijichi
Hoof talk: A guide to barefoot basics, with Equine Podiatrists Nia Cooke, Ali Taylor, and Harriet Jane Szwed.
Stepping outside the Matrix: (Re)examining our relationships with horses, with Equine Ethologist Renate Larssen.
Beyond tradition: Reshaping equestrianism for the modern world. A conversation with Organisational Culture researcher and practitioner, Dr Niels Feddersen.
Part 2. Anti-fragility: Building a resourceful body. A conversation with Dr Paula Silva.
Part 1. Becoming anti-fragile: Turning adversity into advantage and opportunities for growth. A conversation with Dr Paula Silva.
In Action and in the Code: Enhancing concussion recovery through technology, with Dr James Stafford
We need to 're-set' peoples eyes in terms of what is normal behaviour for a horse: A conversation with Dr Sue Dyson about the Ridden Horse Pain Ethogram
Part 2: What is a coaching philosophy and why do we need one? A conversation with Dr Alex Lascu, Dr Carl Woods, Craig Morris and David Farrokh.
Part 1: What is a coaching philosophy and why do we need one? A conversation with Dr Alex Lascu, Dr Carl Woods, Craig Morris and David Farrokh.
The importance of saddles, saddle design, and listening to our horses. A conversation with Dr Anne Bondi, the Saddle Research Trust Seminars,.
Part 2. Exploring the concept of 'feel' with 'For The Horse' equine educator and consultant, Chris Adderson.
Part 1. Exploring the concept of 'feel' with 'For The Horse' equine educator and consultant, Chris Adderson.