Tellington TTouch for Dogs: A Workshop for Improving Health, Behavior, - Karen Pryor Clicker Training
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Tellington TTouch for Dogs: A Workshop for Improving Health, Behavior, and Performance

presented by Lori Stevens

Tellington TTouch (developed by Linda Tellington-Jones) is a gentle, positive method of bodywork and movement based on more than three decades of results with more than 1000 practitioners worldwide. TTouch provides a powerful set of tools and techniques that improve an animal’s health, behavior, and performance. It can also deepen the relationship between animals and their people. TTouch complements veterinary care and dog training.

This workshop gives you the knowledge necessary to use TTouch on your own dog immediately to help with behavior and health-related issues. In this workshop, specifically focused on dogs and their guardians, you will be introduced to tools and techniques that reduce stress in your dog, improve performance, and enhance health. This workshop DVD focuses on TTouch bodywork, wraps, movement, and a brief overview of TTouch leading techniques. Using these techniques, TTouch addresses common problems, such as:

  • Arthritis and other age-related issues
  • Gait issues
  • Fears, such as thunder, fireworks, or the vet
  • Recovery from injuries or surgery
  • Lack of focus and concentration
  • Lack of confidence
  • Over-reactivity
  • Shyness
  • Performance work, such as agility
  • Pulling on leash
  • Inappropriate barking 

The combination of TTouch movement exercises and bodywork improves concentration, coordination, behavior, and athletic ability in many animals. TTouch is used widely around the world by trainers, pet owners, and veterinarians. (Note: DVD covers may vary)

About the author
Lori Stevens is a Senior Tellington TTouch® Practitioner for companion animals (dogs, cats, birds, etc.). She is also certified in Canine Massage by the National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure & Massage, and in Small Animal Rehabilitation Massage. Lori has a positive and gentle approach to dog training; she continually strives to better understand the interactions among animal behavior, performance, learning, and health. Lori has an established companion animal practice in Seattle that offers private sessions and workshops. Her experience and approach are holistic and include respect for animals as teachers.