Calm Yourself Now!

Minnesota Women in Networking (MN WIN) hosted a Speakers Speed Showcase at their January and July luncheon meetings. Each presentation is limited to five minutes. Elaine Garley of Animal Bridges taught the 70 WIN members and guests Calm Yourself Now! (or Your Pet)! Quickly the women learned how to do the Tellington TTouch® Heart Hug and its benefits.

Want to learn it for you or your pet? Schedule a Free 15 minute consultation!

Elaine Demonstrates TTouch Heart Hug

Elaine Demonstrates TTouch Heart Hug

Elaine Describes Heart Hug Benefits

Elaine Describes Heart Hug Benefits

 

TTouch® is the language of trust and love for animals and people.

Some animals need to learn to trust first before they are comfortable giving love. Others just enjoy the undivided attention. An easy way to give undivided attention to your pet is doing Tellington TTouch®.

TTouch® can change animals’ lives for the better and definitely affect people too. My life was profoundly changed with TTouch® as I saw the affect on Boomer, our dog who was afraid of vets.

The impact was so great, I changed my career. In small ways TTouch® can change your life too.

TTouch® builds trust through cooperation and mutual respect to all living beings. Anyone can learn it.

The language of TTouch® is gentle touches done with your hands to your cat, dog, guinea pig, or best friend. Combined with mindful movement, TTouch® makes amazing changes in our pets and us.

Did you know you can help a pet with excessive vocalization, car sickness, fears, mobility issues, pulling on the leash, and so much more?

I have so many wonderful stories to share about clients and their pets:

Read stories about TTouch® here.

Learn more at the TTouch® website.

Not sure what your pet needs? Contact Elaine.

Comments

  1. says

    Elaine’s presentation at the WIN luncheon was great! She is really a gifted healer. My daughter and I experienced this in December when she came to my home to help my daughter’s cat Mischa. You can read about Mischa and how Elaine helped her to move through trauma’s of moving, leaving her sister cat, and then my cat passing away suddenly, in Elaine’s December 2014 blog. Thank you Elaine!~

  2. says

    Elaine – I was there at the presentation and I thought you were amazing – Everyone at our table felt the immediate benefit and enjoyed learning how we could help our pets!

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