Yesterday we did some free work. At first Salma was not interested in the free work because her priority is to be with people. Mimi, on the other hand, delved in immediately – quite the opposite of her behaviour when she was alone before the arrival of Salma. When she did start to search and [...]
Yesterday afternoon we did two exercises. The first was free work. I put out a variety of different surfaces, some smooth and others more rough and a tray with a few plastic balls, and placed pieces of cheese on them. Salma did not have a clue at first but Mimi, who in the past would [...]
Reactive to Calm The first webinar incorporating Tellington TTouch has now been launched! Here we take a look at what reactivity is and some of the ways it might manifest in our animals. Taking an integrative approach we then explore the options which both Tellington TTouch and zoopharmacognosy (as well as some other [...]
Webinar exploring reactivity from an integrative perspective with Tellington Touch and Zoopharmacognosy. This webinar will be in English. If you wish to attend please contact email@example.com.
The Pause with a capital P is a simple but highly effective "tool" in all learning processes. When we pause, we give the animal the chance to process and assimilate the recent experience in order to learn from it. Sometimes we will find that after the pause a task which previously seemed impossible will simply [...]
Correa suelta da opciones Knowing that we have options open to us is fundamental for all living beings. A cornered animal is either a depressed, dejected animal who has given up all hope, or it can be a dangerous animal on account of the frustration that feeling cornered can breed. With a loose [...]
The Tellington TTouch organisation has decided to offer free access to the bulletin which until now was available only to Guild practitioners. I hope you will enjoy reading the articles in the first 2017 issue! http://ttouch.com/tteamConnections/JanMar17.pdf
Last week we had a wonderful two days exploring Tellington TTouch in Hexham in Northumberland in NE England. It is always inspiring to meet such committed people, and this was certainly the case at Fourstones where we had a number of rescue dogs. Fear, anxiety, fear of being touched and impaired movement were a few [...]