Many people are unable to attend
six-day clinics, and have already attended several three-day
clinics. Although each clinic offers a different experience since
the horses and their issues are different, there is usually not
much chance to move on in any depth to more 'advanced' processes,
such as ground driving, helping more challenging horses, or
working with a rider and horse under saddle.
The ongoing clinic is intended to
provide new experiences with these applications for those who have
not had much - or any - prior chance to use them.
Attendance at an ongoing clinic in
combination with an introductory clinic counts as completion of a
For additional details and requirements
Edie Jane Eaton, International TTeam Instructor and Feldenkrais
through June 8, 2016, Down payment $50.
payments due by June 25th )
or $30 (optional)
Attendees DO NOT need to bring or own
a horse to participate.
Hosted by June Pedersen ,Castle Ridge Keep Farm, Crystal Lake, Il
8109 W. Hillside, Crystal Lake, Il 60012 (Click
here for a listing of local hotels.)
Schedule: Each day we
will be from 9:00 to 5:00 including one morning and afternoon
break as well as one hour for lunch.
Option: Catered at
the farm $10.00 per day for a total of $30. Participants are
welcome to bring their own lunch or leave the property to eat.
(Please plan to return on time)
Limited to 15 students, be
sure to reserve your space soon!
Bring Your Horse:
(Optional) If you would
like to bring your horse, board is $25 per day per horse. Call
June to make arrangements (815) 405-9424
How To Pay:
Checks only, Made out
to Nancy Steinmeyer, e-mail her for an address. A simple $50 down
payment will secure your spot during early sign up (before May
21st). Personal checks are welcome. Registration
Form: For questions
TTeam clinics are limited to
approximately 15 people. Cancellations more than one month prior
to the clinic will be refunded less a $25 handling fee. Refunds
may not be given for cancellations less than 30 days before the
clinic unless we can fill your space.
payments are due by Friday, June 25th.
Nancy Steinmeyer ,
815-334-8825 or E-mail Nancy
from Edie Jane Eaton
Description of TTouch provided by Edie Jane from:
is a gentle, positive teaching method that combines bodywork and
ground exercises to improve co-ordination and balance. Good
physical balance positively influences emotional and mental
states, helping animals to be calmer, and improving their ability
to focus. They become better able to develop self-control and
self-confidence - the lack of which underlies most undesirable
behaviors and interferes with the ability to learn.
Developing healthy minds in healthy bodies increases the well-
being and contentedness of our animals. Added benefits are the
development of a deeper rapport between human and animal through
mutual understanding and communication, and improved interactions
with animal professionals - vets, groomers, etc. - by easing
handling and diminishing stress (for both!).
TTouch we can give back to our animals some of the immeasurable
gifts they give us throughout their lives, improve their comfort
as they age, and eventually ease their passing. It can be a great
comfort for us to have something useful to do at times when we may
More About TTouch from
for horses is a remarkable hands-on experience that includes
TTouch body work, ground work, and Riding With Joy. TTouch results
for horses include a deepening of trust between the human and the
horse, and improving the horseís coordination, athletic ability
and focus while the horse's handler / rider learns more about
becoming safe, confident and skilled.
really appreciated about the training," states one participant,
"is that even though I didnít know a whole lot about horses, I
felt supported. Everyone was kind, not judgmental. The week was
filled with fun and laughter, and what I learned was beyond
measure. I'll never look at a horse the same way; now I have 'TTouch
eyes' to view these animals and their behavior. What a
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