International Equine Touch Week – Encompassing 25 July 2019

A Time To Remember our Founder
Jock Ruddock’s 77th Birthday

A chance to show the world how proud we are of the ETF “brand” and the changes we have all made and continue to make to so many horses, dogs and people.

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Calling all students of Equine Touch, Canine Touch and VHT – worldwide.

Celebrate International Equine Touch Week by doing a session on 25 July 2019 or on a day to suit in and around that date.

This year’s challenge:

Brand Awareness
Whilst doing your session, involve at least one other person who has never done or maybe even seen ET, VHT or CT.

Let’s get our modalities out there as a means of celebrating Jock’s legacy and encouraging others to get involved.

Capture your sessions on camera and forward photos to  ietaukandireland@gmail.com with or without a short resume.  The best photos/stories will be published here or in future ezines or Equine Touchin’ magazines.

Whether you can meet the challenge or not, be it alone or in groups, make this the best excuse ever to refresh skills and reflect on your own special journey.  A time to remember the man who started it all – Jock.

Leading the way in UK – Susan Clark and the Northumberland and Durham team have come up with a great idea and are doing something which helps others on so many different levels.

FACEBOOK ADDICTS
Susan Clark – Area Coordinator Northumberland & Durham


“We would love to see you at the Charity Fun Day for the RDA, please join us if you can, or share this post, donation’s welcome for the Raffle, Tombola, cake stall on the day”.

Heather Vaulkhard “There will be VHT tasters and an ET demo. We are also going to be working on the RDA horses and ponies. It’s a fun day and a charity fundraiser for the RDA at Pegasus Centre, but we hope to showcase our ET and VHT”. 😄

Make Jock’s dream a reality – encourage all horse and dog owners to learn this technique to help their own animals.

. . . . .  and of course, not forgetting VHT – a must for relieving stress and tensions, strains and pulls brought on by being with our equine and canine companions!