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Tellington Touch (TTouch) Seminar
Saturday, February 15, 2003 - 9 am to 4 pm or
Sunday, February 16, 2003 - 9 am to 4 pm

Registration date: With Dog Without Dog
Before January 1, 2003 $80 $65
January 1 - 20, 2003 $87 $72
After January 20, 2003 $95 $80

Classes limited to 12-15 people per day, those attending with dogs will receive priority. Deadline to sign up is Feb. 7.

Admission to GALT folks first (until December 3), but SPACE IS VERY LIMITED - SIGN UP NOW! There will be a waiting list - interest is high! Door Prizes will be given each day.

To enroll for either day go to:

If you have questions, please email or Payment is due upon registration and
space will not be held until payment is received.

Tellington Touch (T-Touch) Training:
An Innovative Approach to the Care and Training of Companion Animals

With Kathy Cascade:
Certified T-Touch Practitioner, 3rd level

Does your animal have any of these problems? T-Touch can help!

  • Excessive Barking & Chewing
  • Leash Pulling, Jumping Up
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Extreme Fear & Shyness
  • Resistance to Grooming
  • Excitability & Nervousness
  • Car Sickness
  • Problems Associated With Aging
  • Something else?

What is T-Touch?

  • Tellington Touch (TTouch) is a specialized approach to the care and training of our animal companions. 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 a variety of other tools that also assist the animal to experience a sense of confidence in previously frightening situations, even the most difficult problems are often eliminated. This gentle method is easy to learn and is currently being used by animal owners, trainers, breeders, veterinarians, and shelter workers in several countries.
  • Developed by internationally recognized animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones, this method offers a positive approach to training. Based on cooperation and respect for our animal friends, these techniques promote optimal health and behavior by eliminating fear and reactive responses.
  • Using a combination of specific touches, lifts, and movement exercises, the TTouch work enables an animal to learn new behavior more easily. Even the most difficult problems are often eliminated with just a few sessions.
  • You can learn to apply the TTouch to eliminate inappropriate behaviors, assist with recovery from illness or injury, or just enhance the quality of your animal's life.

The Instructor: Kathy Cascade:
Certified T-Touch Practitioner, 3rd level

"Kathy Cascade is exceptionally talented and experienced at handling dogs and communicating with people. You will enjoy her great sense of humor, infectious enthusiasm, and excellent teaching skills. Kathy creates a delightful atmosphere for learning, and it is wonderful to have her on our team of TTouch teachers."
    -- Linda Tellington-Jones

Kathy Cascade is one of those people with a natural, gentle understanding of animals. But she also has the ability to teach what she knows to the rest of us. She uses humor and her comfortable presence to let us know that we can understand and manage and relate to our animal friends gently and positively.

Kathy is a graduate of the first two-year Tellington Touch Companion Animal Certification Program, completed in October 1996. Kathy has since become an assistant teacher in the program and has worked throughout the United States, Canada, and in Europe. Kathy has experience in numerous dog activities, including competitive obedience, flyball, and agility. She also served on the Delta Society's National Committee on Animal Assisted Therapy.

In addition to her work with companion animals, Kathy Cascade is a Licensed Physical Therapist with over sixteen years of experience. She resides in Stillwater, OK on a 40 acre "mini-farm" with two dogs, three cats, and four horses!

Advance Reading:
Can't wait 'til the class starts to learn more?
Read this book by T-Touch Creator, Linda Tellington-Jones:
Getting In T-Touch With Your Dog


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