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4 Day Tellington TTouch for Horses: Rokeby, VIC, Australia

October 26, 2019 @ 9:00 am - October 29, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

Robyn Hood uses TTouch tail work before a ride

This 4 day Clinic is suitable for all levels. It is a great way to find out about or enhance your skills in the Tellington Method. You will develop a deeper relationship with your horse and help them to be more confident, balanced and body aware.

The Tellington Method is great for improving proprioception and straightness. It is used by inspiring horse people like Frederic Pignon and top level riders such as Ingrid Klimke to help teach balance and spatial awareness. This helps a horse be more biomechanically functional when ridden, improving comfort, wellbeing and therefore performance. It is extremely useful for rehabilitation, complementing training at any level, developing young horses, rectifying non useful postural habits and helping horses with behavioural issues.

Bodywork and groundwork including the use of the Body Wraps will be covered in this clinic. There is a possibility of a riding demonstration depending on the group. This is a very gentle and effective way of being with your horse. It does not matter what discipline you are interested in; this works for all.

This clinic is led by international Instructor, Robyn Hood. Robyn teaches all over the world and has extensive experience with all types of horses and is a Master in her field. Robyn has a wealth of knowledge and is a lifetime learner. She is an energetic and insightful teacher and it is her passion to help people and animals through this amazing Method. Each clinic is moulded to suit to the horses and people in attendance.

Limited to 12 participants with a horse and a further 4 spots without a horse. Only 10 auditor spots available.



October 26, 2019 @ 9:00 am
October 29, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
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Rebecca Booth
0419 003 530


Mayflower Ridge
Rokeby, Victoria Australia + Google Map

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