Tellington TTouch
Introductory
 
Weekend and *Three-day
 workshops with dogs
 (*can count toward certification)
 
Hosted by the 
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA 
San Mateo, CA   

February 20-22, 2016

Early bird discount to January 20, 2016 

Taught by  
 

Sage Lewis
Advanced Tellington TTouch Practitioner


This session is appropriate for those new to Tellington TTouch 
Three-day workshop counts towards Practitioner Certification 



 

Meet Sage Lewis

Sage graduated from the two-year Tellington TTouch Companion Animal Certification Program in 2003. She is a Guild Certified Advanced Practitioner and is teaching certification workshops. Sage is also a life coach, animal communicator and animal hospice consultant.


 
What she says about herself 

"I grew up around horses, chickens, cats, dogs, cows and of course, people. One of my fondest memories was riding our Old English Sheepdog, Josh, through the house. I was four.
 
My past has molded me into who I am today. I owned a graphic design studio, had a candle and jewelry business, taught elementary and high school art for 15 years, and played for a bunch of years in a really great steel drum band. And then, I got a puppy. 
In the winter of 2001 I was blessed with an exuberant little Plott Hound puppy named Java who needed more support than I knew how to give. Java had concerns around dogs, cats and sometimes people, and I was at a loss. In the Spring of 2002, I found my way to my first Tellington TTouch® Training in MN, which changed the course of my life. From that moment on, I jumped into TTouch with both feet (and all of my heart!), and I trained, learned and grew. Tellington TTouch® has made an incredible impact on my work with animals and people, and has allowed me to expand in many ways. Java is the reason I do what I do, and I look forward to having the opportunity to share this wonderful work with you. 
I'm a longtime Madison, WI native who made my way to St. Paul, MN for 11 years, and most recently on to Northern California to warm up. I live amidst the Redwoods with my heartner, James, where we enjoy being in nature, breathing in the ocean, being with people, being with animals, connecting, learning and growing together and separately.  I also love cooking, drumming, dancing, playing and laughing! I feel grateful to love what I do, and to do what I love. 
I look forward to walking this journey together." ~ Sage
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General information and dog registration.

Local Organizer:

Sage Lewis:  612-817-4473, sage@dancingporcupine.com
 

Costs and logistics:

Weekend workshop: $275.00. Early bird rate until January 20: $250.00

3-day workshop: $400.00. Early bird rate until January 20: $350.00

If you have questions that aren't answered in the logistics below, Sage is happy to have you contact her by email or by phone at 612-817-4473. 


Questions? Sage is happy to answer questions about what she will be teaching. Perhaps you have a special request. If this is your first session, you may be wondering what to expect. Do get in touch.   questions

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To register:

Download registration form here, or reserve your space
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Registration is limited, and you will be informed if your
name has been put on the waiting list.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations more than one month prior to the workshop will be refunded less a $25 handling fee. Refunds may not be given for cancellations less than 30 days before the workshop unless we can fill your space.


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January 20, 2016
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About the venue: 


This training is being hosted by the
Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA Coyote Point Shelter, 12 Airport Blvd. San Mateo, CA 94401 - close to walking trails, San Francisco Bay, great restaurants, nature preserves and more!