Are you a dog guardian looking to enhance the relationship with your animal while supporting their overall well-being? Maybe you have heard about “TTouch” and are curious to learn more?
The Tellington TTouch Method is a all encompassing set of techniques, mindset, and exercises that can easily be applied in whole or in parts to your everyday life with dogs.
Join Tellington TTouch Method founder, Linda Tellington-Jones to learn simple, heart-centered ways to connect with your dog on a new level.
Enjoy the logical, linear, learning of Online Learning along with the inspiring and adaptive format of two, 5 hour, small, LIVE, Zoom sessions.
This session can count as your first step towards Certification as a Tellington TTouch Practitioner for Dogs, or simply be the beginning of a personal learning journey.
Register and gain access to an extensive, clearly laid out and detailed online course covering the material you would learn in a 2 day hands on session. This course can be done at YOUR OWN PACE, before or after the LIVE sessions.
This Method is a gentle, hands-on approach that improves well-being, behaviour, cooperation and the relationship people have with animals. It includes the use of a specialized form of bodywork, specific types of equipment and creative movement exercises that are easy to learn and used with all types of animals.
Most importantly, the Tellington TTouch Method facilitates trust and enhanced communication between humans and animals. TTouch can be integrated into daily life to increase confidence, reduce stress, improve focus and enhance well-being, making TTouch perfect for busy people!
These techniques are easy to learn and provide many solutions to common concerns by recognizing each animal and person as unique individuals. Rather than a set protocol for particular issues, the Tellington TTouch Method offers creative solutions customized to each situation.
This course is designed to be general introduction to some of the most commonly used TTouch tools that help improve behaviour, performance, well-being, and the overall relationship you have with your animal.