What is healing effect
Touch with healing effect - Tellington-TTouch
Images: Sarah Kuhni, Kosmos
TTouch works with almost all animals
- also with house cats. The special one
Body work improves well-being,
promotes trust between
Humans and animals and has a positive influence
Chimpanzees, tigers and raccoons are there
Wellness for the cat. At least that
named after them contacten the
Tellington-TTouch-Method. This technique
can be used on velvet paws after a short period of use
Reduce stress and anxiety.
The TTouchit creates trust and they
improve the cat's absorption capacity.
Targeted handles help the animals to get one
good body feeling.
“There are many different types, his
To place hand on the animal's body »,
says Lisa Leicht, TTouch-Teacher out
Bern. Only one thing remains almost always identical:
The fingers usually move on the skin
in 1¼ circles. It is up to the user
whether he's clockwise movements
executes or circles in the opposite direction. Lisa Leicht
is always based on wellbeing
the cat trying to gauge what
likes the animal better. The important thing is: while the
treats one hand, the other remains calm
and supports the animal. Most of the time the animal owner works
from front to back and from above
TTouchit stabilize the circulation
and save lives
The Tellington-TTouchMethod was introduced in 1983
by native Canadian Linda Tellington-Jones
developed (see pages 16 and 17).
According to teacher Lisa Leicht, the method came about
«Out of the need to be respectful
and clear form of communication
to create between humans and animals ».
TIERWELT / 42, OCTOBER 22, 2010
Below is a description of some contacten
and their effect:
• chimpanzeeTTouchit «is done With
the part of the hand that the chimpanzee has
to walk, ”explains Leicht. The
User folds his fingers and moves
the skin With the second phalanx. Because
Not With the palm of the hand worked
According to Leicht, this touch is suitable
especially good for shy cats: «He is
less direct. "
• The tigerTTouch «Have a lot of Büsis insane
gladly". You face each tiger
Shirkan from the jungle book says
Light, and forms her hand into a paw.
Is «touched» With the tips of the finger
■ wildlife ■
TTouch-Teacher Lisa Leicht treats Somali tomcat Lord Lancelot With the earTTouch.
nails. Easily recommends this touch
to apply little pressure. Especially
Cats who scratch each other frequently would
appreciate this grip.
• earTTouchit strengthen the immune system,
help with digestive disorders and can
even save a life - for example after one
Accident. «Because the earTTouch stabilized
the cycle, ”says Leicht. And so
it is done: the thumb moves
in 1¼ circles over the ear. Then ear
• In the case ofTTouch circle the fingertips
the animal's mouth. He is above all
helpful with anxiety, stress, nervousness and
The right hand treats, the left supports. ChimpanzeeTTouch: Good for shy Büsi. This is how the raccoon worksTTouch.
■ wildlife ■
• raccoonTTouchit will With one or
applied to multiple fingertips. "So
you can also touch small spots »,
says Leicht, «and SalvationAccelerate processes. "
• The tarantula-TTouch called With full name
«Tarantula pulling the plow». These
contact is a lighter form of dating
Massage techniques known from skin rolling.
This touch works depending on the type of application
activating or calming. He increases that
Blood circulation and is helpful in animals,
the on contact react sensitively.
The user «runs» With Index and middle finger
both hands over the fur of his
Tiers. He pulls his thumbs afterwards
- as if they were a plow.
• Skimming With «Noah's March» is suitable
at the beginning and at the end of the treatment:
With the palm of your hand from the front to the front
behind in clear movements over the fur
With helpWithchange effect or
Lisa is easy TTouch-Teacher for small animals.
Most of all, she treats dogs and cats.
But the method can also be used with guinea pigs,
Applied to turtles and more
become. It is also a boon
this body work for people. So calls
The visitors easily take part in their presentations
often on that TTouchit to yourself
to try. As recently on one of the
Association "Friends of the Cat Museum Switzerland"
There she also showed her utensils
such as peeling gloves, brushes or sheepskin.
The items change either
the quality of TTouchit or create from
the hand to the animal some distance - what
especially if you are playful, shy or
aggressive cats. But whether hands
or auxiliaryWithtel: The cat is already starting
after a few TTouchto purr it - and
enjoys it. Sarah Kuhni
«TTouch for cats »,
124 pages, hardcover,
Publisher: Kosmos, ISBN:
approx. Fr. 27.–
Dogs », 144 pages,
Flap brochure, With
DVD, Publisher: Kosmos,
approx. CHF 34.–
A long-term friendship
connects Linda Tellington-Jones
With Prof. Dr. Ewald Isenbügel,
Veterinarian at the Zurich Zoo.
Linda Tellington-Jones, animal ambassador:
A life for dignity
More respect, understanding, compassion -
that's what Linda wants Tellington-Jones
for our animal creatures. since
She has followed her as an animal ambassador for around 50 years
persistently this goal.
Man is the crown of creation.
This is an old saying.
But unfortunately he is not a wise ruler
no kind king. He is to one
become a merciless despot. Greedy for
always more profit, he uses nature and
their creatures without feeling or conscience.
Farm animals have degenerated into industrial goods,
Disposable pets. Since 50 years
fights Linda Tellington-Jones against this
soulless mentality, tempts people
the fascinating and livable being
our feathered, scaled, and furry ones
Bringing fellow creatures close again.
Grew up on a farm in Canada
Edmonton, does she have enough land
liability to make your ideas believable to people
to bring different schools of thought closer.
At the age of eleven, she was already helping
Breaking in horses. The compulsion involved
has been exercised, breaking the will of the
however, she did not like noble animals. Would it be
not much more natural With to work together with the animals,
than to subdue them? A
Animal that obeys just out of fear is not
reliable, but remains in critical situations
A book about floor work With Horses,
her grandfather's horse massage and one
four-year training in the Feldenkrais
Method were milestones on their way.
The breakthrough came in 1983: Tellington-Jones
discovered the 1¼-circle motion that Tellington-TTouch-Method
was born. she is
a kind of communication at cell level and
not only helps the behavior of difficult
Changing animals, it also improves
Health and wellbeing, builds stress
decreases, strengthens the immune system and increases the
16 WILDLIFE / 42, OCTOBER 22, 2010
Concentration. TTouch can by anyone and
can be applied everywhere. It is suitable for
young and old animals, for elephants and birds.
With their method has Tellington-Jones den
People a simple means of communication
With Given to animals.
The animal ambassador has been traveling since this discovery
tirelessly through the world and
passes on their knowledge. Also in Switzerland
it offers courses and workshops on a regular basis
at. A special friendship connects
you With Dr. Ewald Isenbügel, zoo veterinarian of the
Zurich zoos. Zoo animals lie Tellington-
Jones especially dear to heart and she sees With
Joy that keeping in many animal parks
has made great strides. Often she will
called to exotic animals and it is touching
that elephants, tigers and bears,
yes even snakes and lizards the 1¼ circles
enjoy. The language that Tellington-Jones
found is universal and a big one
Gift to all living beings.
Text and pictures: Ursula Glauser
TIERWELT / 42, OCTOBER 22, 2010
Cattle unit or
Creature With own
Would? For Linda
Tellington-Jones is the one
Mrs Tellington-Jones, the method of
Circular motion is very easy. To have
An explanation of why they are
still works so quickly and intensely?
This is how you get in touch With the cells,
it is communication at cell level. The movement
is made conscious, one remains With the
full attention. That is important
1¼ circle; one sets a clock face
and moves the skin With the fingers of six
Clock once around and on until nine o'clock. The
Circular motion activates the right hemisphere, the
Introducing the digits activates the left hemisphere.
By TTouch so both hemispheres are equally
active. EEG exams have this
confirmed and also shown that the
Brain wave pattern underneath TTouch so changed how
normally only found in enlightened people
finds - this is called the «awakend
mind »state: You are relaxed and at the same time
awake. This happens to the practitioner and the
treated animals or humans alike.
You denote TTouch as a communication
between species. How
can you imagine that?
It is heart-to-heart communication. If
man an animal WithTTouch treated, it takes the
People suddenly With new interest true. The
The expression in the eyes is very different from before.
It's like an awakening.
What can humans do with animals?
unconditional love, tolerance, better understanding.
Forgiveness and deep gratitude too. Love-
■ my life With animals ■
"Disrespect kills the earth"
becoming full of oneself and one's surroundings.
What can animals do with humans?
It can learn to overcome its fear. As a prerequisite
to do this, it must learn to trust
grasp. And it can also increase its intelligence,
in the sense that its ability to become new
Adapting situations, improved.
The longer, the more you discover that
Animals have a lot more skills than
Long assumed: animals have one
Sense of humor, need tools,
partly have an idea of
I, elephants even have knowledge
about death. Does it even exist
fundamental difference between
Human and animal?
Of course there is a whole gamut of intelligence.
But there is no fundamental difference
between humans and animals. Our self-centeredness
does not let us see this.
Can humans have farm animals?
He should see her With Cultivate respect and gratitude and
kill in the same posture if need be.
That is the attitude of indigenous people. Our disrespect
however, kills the planet earth.
When feeling and logic no longer play together,
when only the intellect rules, there is only
our left hemisphere is still active. We see that
image of reality only With half-brained what
means that we are half blind as a result. We are
no longer able to see the whole.
Images: Sarah Kuhni, Kosmos Touch with Heil - Effect TTouch works with almost all animals - including house cats. The special body work improves well-being, promotes trust between humans and animals and has a positive effect on health. Chimpanzees, tigers and raccoons are wellness for the cat. At least the touch s of the Tellington - TTouch method named after them. This technique can reduce stress and anxiety in velvet paws after a short period of use. The TTouch create trust and improve the cat's receptivity. Targeted handles help the animals to feel good about their bodies. "There are many different ways to place your hand on the animal's body," says Lisa Leicht, TTouch teacher from Bern. Only one thing remains almost always identical: the fingers usually move in 1¼ circles on the skin. It is up to the user whether he executes the movements clockwise or counterclockwise. Lisa Leicht always focuses on the cat's well-being and tries to assess what the animal prefers. It is important that while one hand is treating, the other remains calm and supports the animal. Most of the time, the pet owner works from front to back and from top to bottom. TTouch it stabilizes the circulation and saves lives The Tellington - TTouch method was developed in 1983 by the Canadian-born Linda Tellington -Jones developed (see pages 16 and 17). According to the teacher Lisa Leicht, the method “arose out of the need to create a respectful and clear form of communication between humans and animals”. TIERWELT / 42, OCTOBER 22, 2010 The following is a description of some touch s and their effect: • Chimpanzee TTouch it «is done with the part the hand that the chimpanzees need to walk, ”explains Leicht. The user folds his fingers in and moves the skin with the second phalanx. Because the palm of the hand is not used , this touch is particularly suitable for shy cats, according to Leicht: "It is less direct." • The tiger TTouch «are very fond of many Buses». You imagine Tiger Shirkan from the jungle book, says Leicht, and forms her hand into a paw. "Touching" is with the tips of the ■ animal world ■ TTouch teacher Lisa Leicht treats Somali tomcat Lord Lancelot with the ears < strong> TTouch . nails. Leicht recommends that you use little pressure on this touch. Cats in particular, who have to scratch themselves frequently, would appreciate this grip. • Ear TTouch it strengthen the immune system, help with digestive disorders and can even save lives - for example after an accident. "Because the ear TTouch stabilizes the circulation," says Leicht. And this is how it is done: The thumb moves in 1¼ circles over the ear. Then stroke the ear outwards. • With the Maul- TTouch the fingertips circle the animal's mouth. It is especially helpful for fear, stress, nervousness and hyperactivity. The right hand treats, the left supports. Chimpanzee TTouch : Good for shy busies. This is how the raccoon TTouch works. 15th
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