Austin Animal Center, Austin, Texas
June 9-11, 2018 or June 9-14, 2018
Early bird deadline April 27!
This session is appropriate for those new to Tellington TTouch Training counts towards Practitioner Certification
NCBTMB CE’s available.
For more information and to register, visit ttouch.com.
TTouch Clincian Lucie Leclerc said,
“As I’ m sure is true for most of you, I have had a lifetime love for animals. I was the one in the family to hassle my parents to get a dog, keep stray cats and have a real horse in the backyard (which I didn’t get, by the way).
Seventeen years ago, looking for a solution to one of our dog’s health issues, I heard about TTouch. I read the book and enrolled as soon as I could in the first Eastern North American Training. Now I have the privelige of teaching these same courses.
A major impression of that first course was the open-mindedness of the teachers, their willingness to try students’ suggestions, and their ability to encourage people to engage with animals and situations in an encompassing and supporting way. I felt secure in not having to be perfect from the get-go and was supported in building my skills over time. This is the approach I perpetuate in my teaching – for both human and animal students.
Students have reported that my teaching style makes sense to both left- and right- brain people, perhaps because I love making scientific concepts easily understandable, and draw from my background in Biology and a lifelong interest in alternative approaches.
I find it important to present the tools of the Ttouch method in the context in which they were developed, so that the concepts behind them are understood. I love to make clear the connections between the concepts and the practical applications, and to develop an understanding of how they apply to to each animal and situation.
I also love laughing, and I find teaching TTouch incredibly satisfying, so I look forward to a fun and inspiring time with you!”
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For information about cost, registration, directions, accommodation, etc., contact local coordinator Marnie Reeder by email or phone at: 512-288-4480.
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