What is Tellington TTouchÂ®?
Tellington TTouchÂ® is not just doggy massage. It is a valuable, hands-on tool that can help manage dog aggression, leash reactivity, fear and anxiety, stress and aging muscles. TTouch can influence your dogâs behavior in such a way that he can focus on new behaviors and skills.
Check it out! Mary Slade Doane of Bark Out Loud Weekly interviewed me this week – We started with a philosophical conversation about Universal Energy, Heart & Soul connections through our consciousness and energy systems.
And then Mary asked me, “Is there something that connects us with a particular being?”
“Do animals choose us?”
Wow, and I thought we were just talking about TTouch!Â It was great fun to stretch our conversation into our soul connections.
We continued the conversation to talk about TTouch with ways to improve confidence, self-control, focus, what to do for leash pulling and so much more!
Listen to Sandyâs Informative Podcast
âTransforming Your Dog Through TTouchâ is now posted on BarkOutLoudWeekly.com page. Learn the things you can do to change your dogâs hyperactive behavior, life experience, or aging body by using TTouch to transform them into happy, relaxed beings.
Chat with Sandy Live
Need more?Â Chat with Sandy live on Monday, May 16th at 9:15 EDT.Â Ask about how TTouch can enhance your dogâs life, from behavior issues to helping dogs get adopted in shelters.Â Space is limited for this hot topic, so login to the Dog Den at 9PM EDT to reserve your spot.
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More about Sandy
Sandy owns and operates One Heart Healing Center in Charlottesville, Virginia, which is dedicated to an integrated approach to healing on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels for people and animals. She graduated in Energy Healing Medicine from the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, where she was a faculty member for 6 years.
With more than 20 years of experience and certification in TTouch work, holistic wellness, and essential oils. Sandy offer tips for helping your dog be comfortable in their body and to ease your own tension!
Sandy lives in Charlottesville, VA with Haley, her therapy dog, Ibis, her 29-year-old Thoroughbred gelding, and 19-year-old Paint Pony mare.
Like this and want more? Join Sandy for one of her online or in person classes! www.onehearthealingcenter.com