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Lori Stevens Seminar - Tellington TTOUCH® for Dogs
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Seminar Title: Tellington TTOUCH® for Dogs: A Workshop for Improving Health, Behavior, and Performance
Seminar Date/Time: July 16, 2011, 9-4:30 pm in Seattle, Washington State
Speaker: Lori Stevens
Ahimsa is hosting an introductory workshop on Tellington TTouch®(TTouch®), a gentle, positive method of bodywork and movement based on more than three decades of results with over 1000 practitioners worldwide. TTouch® provides a powerful set of tools and techniques that improve an animalís health, behavior, and performance. In addition, it can deepen the relationship between animals and their people. TTouch® complements veterinary care and dog training. This workshop will give you the knowledge necessary to immediately use TTouch® on your own dog to help with their behavior and health-related issues. Learn more about TTouch® at SeattleTTouch.com and TTouch.com.
In this workshop, specifically focused on dogs and their guardians, you will be introduced to tools and techniques to reduce stress in your dog, improve performance, and enhance health. We will be focusing on TTouch® bodywork, wraps, movement, and a brief overview of TTouch® leading techniques. Using these techniques, TTouch® addresses common problems such as:
The combination of TTouch® movement exercises and bodywork improves concentration, coordination, behavior, and athletic ability in many animals and is used widely around the world by trainers, pet owners, and veterinarians. **** You can attend with or without your dog. Please bring an x-pen or crate and a blanket or mat for your dog, and dogs must be able to stay quietly for the majority of the seminar.
About the Seminar Speaker:
Lori Stevens is a Guild Certified Tellington TTouch® Practitioner for companion animals (dogs, cats, birds, etc.). She is also certified in Small Animal Rehabilitation Massage. She regularly attends workshops and conferences to expand her understanding of animals, their behaviors, their health, and how they learn. She has an established companion animal practice in Seattle which offers private sessions and workshops. Her experience and approach are holistic and one of respect for animals as teachers. Lori and her previous dog, Emmy worked as a therapy dog/handler team and trained in agility. It was Emmy who led Lori to TTouch® and positive training. Cassie, an Australian Shepherd adopted at two years old, is reactive to other dogs and environmental changes. Lori has been successfully using positive methods, including TTouch®, to help Cassie learn how to adjust to new situations.
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