Webinar #7

Join us for HETI Educational Webinars exploring ways to enhance and practice Equine Assisted Services

The Role of Posture and Pain in Equine Behaviour and How to Effect Positive Change








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The webinar will delve into the pivotal role of posture and pain in equine behaviour and showcase the integration of Tellington TTouch Method® within Equine Assisted Services (EAS) practices. With over 40 years of expertise, Linda Tellington-Jones will illuminate the significant improvements in equines’ conditions through this accessible method. Expect to hear compelling narratives of equines undergoing notable transformations, demonstrating the practicality and effectiveness of these techniques.

Participants will engage in an interactive session featuring experienced practitioners who have incorporated Tellington TTouch Method® into EAS over the years. These discussions will illuminate the observed benefits for both equines and those directly involved in their care. Furthermore, Linda will highlight renowned experts who have researched the impact of Tellington TTouch Method® on EAS, providing invaluable insights into their experiences and successes.

This webinar underscores the importance of recognising and addressing equines’ pain while dispelling common misconceptions about their behaviour. A holistic lens will emphasise honouring the equine’s well-being and contribution, ensuring that EAS practices are practical and compassionate.

The two-hour webinar will facilitate an in-depth exploration of pain recognition, the practical application of Tellington TTouch Method®, and the fostering of respectful equine relationships. Participants can anticipate gaining valuable knowledge and practical insights into how Tellington TTouch Method® can enhance EAS, benefiting both equines and participants.

Linda Tellington-Jones

Author, clinician,
trainer, teacher

Linda Tellington-Jones has been an innovator in the horse world since the 1960s. 

For ten years, from 1964, she directed The Pacific Coast School of Horsemanship – a 9-month residential school for riding instructors and trainers with students from 9 countries and 36 states. Her show career included Combined Training, dressage, hunters, jumpers, and English and Western pleasure, and she was a NATRC and AHSA-rated judge in the 1960’s. In 1964, she set a record in 100 miles in one-day endurance riding that was unbroken for 7 years. She has presented at veterinary conferences in the U.S. and Germany and at the multiple times at veterinary conferences and at vet schools at the Universities of Minnesota, Zurich, Vienna, and Hannover.  She has been a key presenter at more than 50 equine expos in the U.S. and Europe. 

Her contributions to equine behaviour, health, and communication are recognised and acclaimed worldwide. Today there are over 1600 certified practitioners of the Tellington Method in 26 countries. Linda has authored 21 books in 16 languages, 18 videos of her work with horses, dogs, and cats, and a book on TTouch for humans.  Her book, “Getting In TTouch: Understand and Influence Your Horse’s Personality,” was on the publisher’s Best Seller list for five years.

She has received a lifetime achievement award from the American Riding Instructors Association, been inducted into the Western States Hall of Fame in 2006, and the Massage Hall of Fame in 2007. In 2008, she received an Honorary PhD from Wisdom University for her life’s work. In March 2019, in Vienna, Austria, Linda received the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run Torch-Bearer Award. She was nominated for this award because of her lifelong devotion to the development of a heart-based method that nurtures a unique, peaceful connection between animals and people. 

When she and her husband, Roland Kleger, are not travelling, they reside in Florida with their Chinese Crested dog, Griffin.

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