TTouch® - the Tellington TTouch® - is a method based on circular movements of the fingers and hands all over the body. The intent of the TTouch® is to activate the function of the cells and awaken cellular intelligence - a little like "turning on the electric lights of the body."
The TTouch® is done on the entire body, and each circular TTouch® is complete within itself. Therefore it is not necessary to understand anatomy to be successful in speeding up the healing of injuries or ailments, or changing undesirable habits or behavior.
The Tellington TTouch® is a specialized approach to the care and training of our animal companions. Developed by internationally recognized animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon), this method based on cooperation and respect offers a positive approach to training, can improve performance and health and presents solutions to common behavioral and physical problems. It also helps establish a deeper rapport between humans and animals through increased understanding and more effective communication.
Using a combination of specific touches, lifts, and movement exercises, TTouch® helps to release tension and increase body awareness. This allows the animal to be handled without provoking typical fear responses. The animal can then more easily learn new and more appropriate behaviors. By using the TTouch® and a variety of other tools, like the Confidence Course, you can assist the animal in experiencing self-confidence in previously frightening situations.
Even the most difficult problems are often eliminated. You can also learn how to apply the Tellington TTouch® to assist with recovery from illness or injury, or just enhance the quality of your animal's life.
The Tellington TTouch® can help in cases of:
- Excessive Barking & Chewing
- Leash Pulling
- Jumping Up
- Aggressive Behavior
- Extreme Fear & Shyness
- Resistance to Grooming
- Excitability & Nervousness
- Car Sickness
- Problems Associated With Aging
This gentle method is currently being used by animal owners, trainers, breeders, veterinarians, zoo personnel and shelter workers in several countries.