Tellington Touch a Special Approach to Animal Care
Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon) will demonstrate basic Tellington Touches that affect the behavior of dogs and cats. Common dog issues such as timidity, hyperactivity, aging, resistence to touch and grooming, and fear of loud noises and thunder will be addressed. Touches on specific areas such as mouth, ears, tail, and paws will be demonstrated, along with an explanation of how these Touches affect the body at a cellular level and promote physical and emotional well-being. Linda will also show Touches that change the behavior in cats who bite, are feral, are afraid of strangers, or are unwilling lap cats.
Linda Tellington-Jones' highly effective and revolutionary approach to working with animals has brought her worldwide recognition. She is the founder and president of Tellington TTouch Training with certified TTouch practitioners for horses, companion animals and humans in 27 countries. Since 1980's she has been a presenter at veterinary conferences in the U.S. and Germany and taught Tellington TTouch at veterinary schools at the Universities of California, Minnesota, Zurich, Vienna, Hannover, and Isreal. She has been a key presenter at more than 50 equine expos in the U.S. and Europe since 1975. She is the author of 17 books in 13 languages. In 2007 she was awarded an honorary PhD from Wisdom University.