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The Healing Power of The PFL Touch

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Your step by step guide to enhancing your furkid’s health through touch

Learning objectives:
1) Learn proven touch methods (massage & TTouch) you can do to immediately boost immunity and reduce pain
2) Help to reduce your dog’s stress and anxiety
3) Your dog cannot tell you when he is in pain. Learn how and what to observe to take immediate action
4) How to delay and prevent the onset of joint disease like arthritis
5) Learn common injuries in different dog breeds and how to prevent them

Lesson 1 What is the PFL Touch
Touch is a miracle natural remedy that can improve any condition in life. A combination of the best techniques of canine massage and Tellington TTouch. Why your dog needs it no matter at what life stage he is at right now.

Lesson 2 How your dog’s body works part 1
Your dog’s body has 11 different organ system. Each has a specialized set of jobs to perform, yet none can function effectively on its own. This amazing system helps your dog to think, breathe, respond. In other words, to live. Learn how the PFL Touch can have positive effects on each system

Lesson 3 How your dog’s body works part 2

Lesson 4 Being good observers
Why should you become good at observing your dog? Well, that is because your dog cannot go up to you and tell you he is in pain. He is not able to show you the spot that is causing him discomfort. By knowing what to look out for, you can spot the signs and symptoms of pain. You can then take immediate action to help your little furry one.

Lesson 5 Set the ambiance right
Know how to create the right energy and ambiance to enhance relaxation and healing in your dog.

Lesson 6 Passive touch & Effleurage
The very first touch is important to setting the tone for the entire experience. Master 2 simple techniques that can avoid causing your dog stress, especially if it is his first time.

Lesson 7 The circle
A very useful stroke is the circle. In this lesson, you will learn how to use it on different areas of the body. Your purpose is to increase blood circulation and remove toxins from your dog’s body.

Lesson 8: Knead out the toxins
Kneading rolls, squeezes, wrings and lifts soft tissues. These rhythmic strokes remove metabolic waste and toxins out of the tissues, boosting your dog’s immunity

Lesson 9: Bring up the heat with Friction
Do you know that an arthritic dog limps in pain because his joints and muscles are cold and stiff? Bring relief to painful joints with friction. These strokes warm up the muscles and joints.

Lesson 10: Press out the problem with Compression
Do you know that too much relaxation, like too much exercise can leave muscles sore and achy? In this lesson, learn to ‘press’ out the knots in achy muscles using the compression technique.

Lesson 11: Tapping to a positive vibe
Taping stimulates the nerve endings which brings on a positive impact to the nervous system.

Lesson 12: Basic TTouch bodywork
This gentle form of bodywork will deepen your connection with your dog. Just by doing a few minutes of these touches a day, you can create amazing positive results in your dog. More confidence, a positive attitude and behaviour, and improved health.

Lesson 13: Observation and taking notes
Understand why it is important and how to note down your observations in a clear and systematic way. These are very useful information you can discuss with your vet leading to the best possible care for your dog’s health and well-being.

Lesson 14: The Ear, Mouth & Tail TTouch
The mouth and ear TTouch have a remarkable influence on your dog’s physical, mental and emotional health. It has been used in thousands of cases for preventing shock or reducing shock after an injury or trauma. The mouth TTouch can influence and calm some habitual things done with the mouth. This includes chewing, barking and biting.

Lesson 15: Recommendations for different breeds and life stages
Understand the different PFL touches you can use for puppies, senior and geriatric dogs, or dogs at the end of their wonderful life? We also discuss the various strokes you can use on young, athletic dogs.

Lesson 16: Canine Arthritis
Arthritis is no longer an old dog problem. The incidence of arthritis has shot up by 400% in the last 3 years. More and more dogs below the age of 7 are getting arthritis. Recognize the signs and symptoms of arthritis. Apply the right PFL touch that will help prevent or delay the onset.

Lesson 17: Hip dysplasia and Luxating Patella
Here, we look into common joint problems like hip dysplasia and luxating patella. Recognize and manage the symptoms to keep your dog moving comfortably and pain free.

Lesson 18: IVDD, the post-surgery dog
In this lesson, we discuss simple touches you can use when your dog is ill, or if he requires surgery.

Course Features

  • Lectures 18
  • Quizzes 0
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 191
  • Certificate No
  • Assessments Yes


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