TTouch Zig Zags for horses


In this video I teach my client Jayme and her horse Knight to do The Zig Zag TTouch®.

TTouch Zig Zag helps horses:

  • gain awareness of the back to improve movement
  • ease sore backs
  • create proprioceptive awareness of connection from haunches to withers
  • cool off after the saddle is removed

To learn more about how TTouch can benefit your horse’s health, behavior and performance, please visit www.ttouch.com.

If you are in Sonoma County and would like me to teach you and your horse TTouch, contact me here.

I would like to thank Lone Willow for the use of their beautiful facility in West Petaluma.

Lick of the Cow’s Tongue TTouch


In this video I teach my client Jayme and her horse Knight to do The Lick of the Cow’s Tongue TTouch®. To learn more about how TTouch can benefit your horse’s health, behavior and performance, please visit www.ttouch.com.
The Lick of the Cow’s Tongue TTouch can help a horse

  • create a sense of connection between the girth area and the withers so a horse can learn to carry himself better under saddle
  • help to ease girthy or cinchy reactions
  • prepare a horse to be saddled
  • warm up cold-backed horses

I recommend using Lick of the Cow’s Tongue TTouch as a part of your regular grooming routine and before you put on the saddle.

If you are in Sonoma County, California, and would like me to teach you and your horse TTouch, contact me here.

I would like to thank Lone Willow for the use of their beautiful facility in West Petaluma.

“The Dance” AKA “The Cha Cha” Tellington TTouch Method for horses


In this video I teach my client Jayme and her horse Knight to do The Dance or Cha Cha. This groundwork exercise is from the Tellington TTouch Method® and teaches horses to balance and develop self carriage.

The Dance or Cha Cha helps horses to:

  • learn to develop self carriage
  • develop better balance
  • shift weigh off the forehand on to the hindquarters
  • listen closely to your aids and respond precisely to cues

To learn more about how TTouch can benefit your horse’s health, behavior and performance, please visit www.ttouch.com.

If you are in Sonoma County and would like me to teach you and your horse TTouch, contact me here.

My thanks to Lone Willow for the use of their beautiful facility in West Petaluma.