Tellington TTouch Workshop

Bring your TT for a hands-on experience.

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan is one of the top TTouch Practitioners in the world and will be bringing the gift of TTouch to our 2023 TTCA National Specialty.

Sally has trained and worked with Linda Tellington-Jones for over 35 years, bringing over three decades of expertise in TTEAM and TTouch. She has assisted at over 30 clinics and demonstrations nationwide and has presented many seminars about TTouch for companion animals and people.

Sally has helped many owners increase the bond and connection with their dogs, including helping rescued dogs and their new owners to find security and understanding. She has also helped dogs recover from surgery with ground exercises and bodywork. She has successfully worked with horse owners starting young horses as well as re-training older and rescued horses, improving performance in the show ring or on the trail.

Tellington TTouch (developed by internationally-recognized animal expert Linda Tellington-Jones) is a specialized approach to the care and training of companion animals and horses.

TTouch helps you understand and influence your animal with your heart and hands in a way that develops trust, creates a harmonious relationship, and changes unwanted behavior. The Training and TTouch bodywork affect the animal’s nervous system, engaging the brain to overcome the fight/flight response so they can THINK instead of REACT.

Although TTouch may look like massage, it works on a deep level to release fear and tension. TTouch is a way to communicate and deepen the bond between you and your TT. The method is gentle, positive, and addresses a number of behavioral and health issues, including:

  • Anxiety, excitability, and general nervousness.
  • Inappropriate chewing: shoes, wood furniture, walls, etc.
  • Assisting in recovery from surgery or illness.
  • Car sickness.
  • Pulling on the leash.
  • Enhancing quality of life, especially for older pets with age-related mobility or psychological challenges.
  • Excessive barking.
  • Jumping up on people.
  • Aggressive behavior or reactivity.
  • Fearful and shy dogs — fear biters.