Tellington TTouch massage

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    Has anyone taken a seminar on TTouch for dogs ?
    If you have experience with this massage technique,
    please comment on your experiences/observations…

    Thank you!


    Dr. Jeff Feinman

    [quote=Zahra]Has anyone taken a seminar on TTouch for dogs ?
    If you have experience with this massage technique,
    please comment on your experiences/observations..[/quote]

    Hi Zahra-

    Although I’ve never had the pleasure of personally attending one of her seminars, many of my clients love her technique. One client (and member of our online community) advises that you make sure that the person giving the seminar is also a TTouch [b]practitioner[/b].

    Good luck and have fun.


    The seminar is offered by a TTouch Practitioner, who in addition
    to giving lectures and clinics, has a private practice.
    I just recently bought the TTouch for Dogs book, and
    it is very informative and well presented.
    I’m looking forward learning about this work…

    I am glad to hear your clients love the technique !

    Your client is right, there are many offering similar courses
    but not trained or certified by Linda Tellington and her staff.

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