Advanced Training – Companion Animals: Ottawa Area
August 28 @ 9:00 am - August 30 @ 5:00 pm
Location: Frankville, ON (outside of Ottawa)
Take advantage of this opportunity to work with Robyn, Edie Jane Eaton and Lucie Leclerc to learn all the latest TTouch tools and techniques. These three days will focus on practical application of the work.
Have you read Robyn’s new book, Harnessing Your Dog’s Perfection, written with her daughter, Mandy Pretty? Robyn will be demonstrating the TTouch Harness and Harmony leash and handle system and the latest the TTouch Connector which is fantastic for pulley dog . Reading about the various leading techniques, such as the Bee-line, Butterfly and Half Butterfly is great. Having the opportunity to practice and refine your skills with other experienced practitioners and students is even better. Learn how just one or two experiences with these techniques can increase confidence, balance and self-control for even the most challenging dogs.
You will also explore more effective ways to teach TTouch techniques with a variety of people to people exercises and ways to use more functional posture to help clients move in better balance.
These trainings are inspiring, energizing and a great opportunity to expand your skills and share your experience with other practitioners.
Attending this training is an important part of your professional and skills development. Open to Practitioners and Practitioners in training. Please contact the office for special requests.
*Early Bird Special – Book before April 1st 2020 and receive a discount.
Regular: $535 for Current Guild Members Early Bird: $500
Regular: $600 for non-Guild Members Early Bird: $565
7 James St
In the hamlet of Frankville, ON
Between Brockville and Smiths Falls
Just over 1 hr southwest of Ottawa
3.5 hrs east of Toronto
2.5 hrs west of Montreal
Just under 1 hour from Ogdensburg airport in upstate NY and border crossing at Ogdensburg/Johnstown (coming from eastern US)
Just over 1 hour from Watertown airport in upstate NY (Flights are sometimes cheaper) – coming from western US
45 min from Ivy Lea border crossing upstate NY (coming from western US)
Recreationally, lots of hiking, boating, cottages in the area, near Charleston Lake – many of them dog friendly
Lots of places listed on Air BnB in the area, especially multiple guest types, also many dog-friendly.
Questions? Get in TTouch!