Evening Talk: Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines & their Link to Shoulder Girdle, Rib Cage & Pelvic Rotations with Christy DiColla on 18 July



Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines and Their Link to Shoulder Girdle, Rib Cage, and Pelvic Rotations

Have you ever wondered about the “Myofascial Lines” that are currently trending on social media?

Do you feel like you’re constantly addressing symptoms and different issues without pinpointing the actual root cause?

Do you want an improved and updated “Equine Body Map” to help you make more informed decisions for your horse’s well-being?

Have you ever wondered why…..

Why do we struggle to achieve long-lasting results in bodywork?

  • Why is chronic lameness so prevalent among our beloved horses?
  • Why does the right hip often seem misaligned?
  • Why is the left shoulder typically elevated higher than the right?
  • Why is it challenging to find saddles that fit your horse’s back?
  • Why do horses exhibit more difficulty bending on one side than the other?
  • Why does the right fore hoof commonly have more issues and a medial deviation on the right fetlock?

The answers to these questions may be answered by looking at Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines imbalances.

Many have observed images taken from behind horses showing a seemingly more developed left side of the back and an atrophied right side. However, this might not always be the actual case.

The prevailing theory suggests that the entire rib cage tends to rotate either to the left or right relative to the pelvis and shoulder girdle.

By utilizing Neuro Fascial Conditioning™ and Rib Entrapment Syndrome Therapy™ methods, it is possible to align the Myofascial Kinetic Lines, balance the ribs with the shoulder girdle and pelvis, ultimately restoring natural balance in horses.

FEI-approved experienced instructor, Christy DiColla, has dedicated 10 years to studying and developing equine myofascial line protocols. She has condensed this wealth of information into comprehensible courses to provide horse owners with a clearer understanding of equine functional physiology.

Christy coined the term “Equine Rib Entrapment Syndrome” after noticing common asymmetry patterns in her practice. Her expertise spans various bodywork techniques such as myofascial structural integration and kinetic line balancing, neurofascial conditioning, electro-fascial stimulation, PEMF therapy, joint mobilization, Reiki master and her distinctive RIB ENTRAPMENT balancing method.

Her enthusiasm lies in imparting this knowledge to the equine community to contribute towards creating a better world for horses and the people who love them.

Christy DiColla


Christy is an FEI approved equine sports therapist that travels the U.S. working on everything from Kentucky Derby racehorses, Dressage & Jumpers up to Olympic level, to 5 Star Eventers. She has over 20 years experience in the equine wellness industry. Her equine education began at the University of Georgia Pre-Vet and Animal Science Programs, and from there she has become certified in a variety of equine & human bodywork modalities.

She is an avid classical dressage rider and Liberty enthusiast and believes in never ending self improvement.

​Her work is centered around balancing horses in mind, body, and spirit, as well as empowering riders through education on equine wellness.


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