Lisa Duff Agility seminar AUDIT SYDNEY 2018
Saturday 7th July 2018 Skills workshop: Perfecting the Front cross & Course analysis - how to execute, where and when to use them.
A correctly executed FC can set the most efficient line for your dog in a course. Learn where, when and how to execute this handling move. You will have the opportunity to test skills learnt in a course setup and assess other handling moves to discover what suits IOUR team best. Suitable for: For most teams including those starting to sequence obstacles and experienced teams looking to tighten up their lines. There will be 2 groups of 6- one working the AM session and the other the PM session
Sunday 8th July 2018 Skills workshop: Obstacle lndependence and commitment.
It is difficult to get to handling positions without your dog's commitment to obstacles and independence. Learn the expert tricks of how to train and use these crucial skills and unlock the speed and independence in your dog. You will have the opportunity to test skills learnt in a course setup. Suitable for: For teams who are sequencing fluently but striving to achieve fluency an optimal performance There will be 2 groups of 6- one working the AM session and the other the PM session
Evans Park Equestrian Centre- Indoor Arena
56 Godalla Road, Freeman’s Reach NSW 2756
AUDIT SPOTS ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE : $60/- per full day.
Working Spots - There maybe last minute cancellations. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be place on the waiting list. Communications sent to other email contacts will not be attended to.
More about Lisa
Lisa is an experienced agility competitor who has been completely involved in all aspects of the sport for over 15 years. She began seriously instructing three years ago when she established her company Riverview K9s. Lisa is also a certiﬁed Canine Fitness Trainer which is another area of speciality that she is passionate about. Lisa has run a wide range of dogs including border collies, NZ heading dogs, a doberman, and a range of sport and terrier mixes. She has trained multiple Jumpers and Agility Grand Champions, has many won multiple National titles and continues to achieve impressive results with her team throughout the current agility season. Lisa’s most well known and most successful dog Zoom was an incredible dog who has numerous titles in Agility, Jumpers, Working Trials, Obedience, Rally-o and Flygility. Lisa is a teacher by profession so she is extremely good at conveying her knowledge and getting the best out of each individual. Her agility handling system is best described as a blend of Shape Up with modern European handling. She provides versatility and ﬂexibility in her teaching to accomodate different handling styles, systems and ability levels. She is well known for her ability to push each individual to be the very best that they can be. Lisa ﬁrmly believes dog agility training should be enjoyable and fun for both the handler and dog and that there needs to be ﬂexibility in your training as all dogs are different and being able to recognise this in your dog is vital to bringing the best out in them. Lisa ﬁrmly believes in the importance of keeping up with current teaching and training techniques so she regularly trains online and in person with both nationally and internationally regarded trainers. Her teaching style is one of effective communication, support, enjoyment, enthusiasm, and personalised feedback. Lisa looks forward to meeting and working with you in the near future.