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TTouch for Performance Horses: Finding a Peaceful Place to Quiet the Mind and Allow for Brilliance

In the spring of 2011 the Xenophon Club sponsored a seminar with me at the Balkenhol Stable near Munster, Germany. During the lunch break Klaus Balkenhol introduced me to Dodo Laugks and suggested I find a time to visit with Dodo and her husband, Dieter at their dressage stable, located thirty minutes drive of Munich.  […]

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The History of Ear TTouches

My last two blogs have described some of the amazing results of Ear TTouches for horses & people.  Here is how I first began using them. I first applied ear slides in the case of colic in 1958; it was totally intuitive.  Many years later I was informed by a spectator at one of my […]

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Helping Horses: The Magic of Ear TTouches

My last blog entry described some instances in which TTouch was an invaluable tool for people suffering from asthma.  Writing about those experiences reminded me of one that involved a horse who essentially suffered an asthma attack of his own and was relieved by the magic of TTouch. Four years ago Roland and I were […]

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TTouch-ing around the globe: My spring schedule

As I travel around the world, spreading the magic of TTouch, I am blessed with the opportunity to meet so many amazing people and animals.  Here in Germany I am teaching many different species; horses, Companion Animals, as well as humans – in a variety of venues. At the end of the month my husband […]

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Lyme Disease Related to Undesirable, Unexplainable Equine Behavior

Today I asked a question on FaceBook about experience with Lyme Disease in people, which generated a lot of response. I am hoping to hear some specifics of what has actually worked to relieve the symptoms.   The issue brought to mind an experience I had years ago with a very challenging Appaloosa mare in […]

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My Upcoming Free Teleclass: Change Your Mind, Change Your Horse

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Report From Bitterroot Ranch, Starting Young Horses Training by TTouch Practitioner 2 Penny Stone

Just returned from Wyoming and the Bitteroot Guest Ranch, high in the Absaroka Mountains, where I spent a week with Linda Tellington Jones and Robyn Hood teaching the Starting Young Horses with TTEAM clinic. We worked with the three- and four year-olds at the ranch who are being trained to be guest horses. Each day […]

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An Update From a Tellington TTouch Training™ e-News Reader on Trailering Issues

I would like to update you on what is happening in my work with Campari. As I said in my last email, the TTouch work has been magic with Campari. It has definitely made his mouth accepting and alive. The bodywork has made him more aware of his body, more athletic and more relaxed. I […]

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Unique TTouch® Training Offered By Equinology®

I’m thrilled to announced that I will teach an Equinology® course, EQ2010FCF: TTouch® for Equine Body Workers Workshop at Flying Cloud Farm in Petaluma, CA, November 8-12, 2011. Focus on the application of Tellington TTouch® will include: · Head (Ears, forelock, nostrils, chin and jaw) · Neck (Lowering head, Neck rocking, Mane Slides) · Forehand […]

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My Zambia Chimpanzee Chronicles, Part V (Sally the Horse)

3:30 PM–We drove down to Siddle’s son’s end of the ranch. Tony and Linda run the cows, 800 head of Brahma! They have a feedlot for fattening cattle and showed me the feed. A mixture of corn bran and chicken manure, which contains a very high level of protein. Tony also explained their milking style. […]

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