Level 1+2 Itinerary

At the Heart of Canine AquaticsCombined Level One and Two Important: this is a sample itinerary A Training ProgramOffered by Cindy Horsfall of La Paw Spa Please also be aware that this itinerary is the intention of my class however, everything is subject to change as schedules come together; course content however will remain basically intact. • WEDNESDAY DAY 1 Arrive in Sequim, Washington and get yourself situated for the week. when we meet tonight, we’ll be going over some ideas for …

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Level 2 Itinerary

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] At the Heart of Canine Aquatics LEVEL TWO A Training Program Offered by Cindy Horsfall at La Paw Spa Important: This is a sample itinerary. Please also be aware that this itinerary is the intention of my class, however everything is subject to change as schedules come together. Course content will remain basically intact. • WEDNESDAY DAY 1 Arrive into Sequim, Washington and check yourself into your lodging for the week. Get yourself situation and …

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Training 2019

Each week Cindy answers many requests for information from people from all over the world who want to start their own dog spa/canine hydrotherapy program.

Resources for Graduates

Resources, links, products and more, all collected here for the Canine Water Therapy Professional and La Paw Spa training graduates. Private Graduate Resources: Our password-protected area for graduates of La Paw Spa. Custom Training for Graduates: Hello! I would love to have you back for more… After you send me your requests, we’ll set a date and get started – much of this is done prior to our meeting via email and then you will come… (Continue Reading…) Graduate Directory …

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Heart 2 Heart Certified

When you see the Heart2Heart logo, it signifies that someone has graduated from La Paw Spa’s intensive Training in Canine Aquatics.

Level 1 Training Details

A TRAINING PROGRAMOFFERED BY CINDY HORSFALL AT LA PAW SPA I call my training program the ‘heart’ of canine water therapy as it is just that – the heart – the connection – the foundation from which you can build your practice. It is the consideration of the emotions behind that client seeking out your program, the fears behind the obvious. I will strive to inspire you to embrace the bigger picture – to support your clients fully – both …

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Level 1 Training

LEVEL 1 TRAINING 2017 May 31 – June 5 (Sold Out) Want to come to class and it’s sold out?Please send in your application with a note and I’ll get you on a waiting list.We often have last minute changes and openings! You may want to look at our customized options: Click here for details. Additional classes may be added as demandwarrants. (Be sure to check out our NEW Level 1 and Level 2 Combo class!) *The Cost of our Level One …

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Level 2 Training

The Heart Of Canine Water TherapyLEVEL 2 Training In Washington State 2017August 23-28 (Sold Out) Want to come to class and it’s sold out?Please send in your application with a note and I’ll get you on a waiting list.We often have last minute changes and openings! You may want to look at our customized options: Click here for details. Additional classes may be added as demand warrants. The Cost of this class is $2,500.00 plus lodging This will include over 40 …

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Level 2 Training Details

LEVEL 2 TRAINING PROGRAM By the time you have made it through our intense Level 1 training, you will have become aware of the bigger picture of canine water therapy… you will have felt the power of water first hand and have secured a safe way to introduce a dog in the water… you will have learned various holds to use while the dog is resting from swimming or receiving massage and you will have become comfortable with a basic …

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After Level 1 will I be legal to practice?

Question: After your Level 1 course and your certification, will I be legal to start my practice? Answer: The laws involving this work are not defined and are currently up in the air. Each State seems to have a different requirement for who can ‘practice’ this work. From what I understand however – everyone on the planet can help swim other people’s dogs… the dilemma is when that person wants to call their work “Therapy” or call themselves a “Therapist”. …

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