For the past 25 years I have been a teacher of humans in many different contexts ranging from snowboarding to college-level chemistry to nutrition to physical health and movement.
But a little over 8 years ago, something personal quietly transitioned into the realm of professional and has been steadily occupying more and more of my time ever since.
That something is DOGS.
My work with dogs has grown to such a degree that, for the first time in four decades of searching, I have a singular focus.
So my work with human bodies has come to a close, at least for now, but I carry all of that learning into my current work because the thing about dogs is – they tend to come to me with humans attached, probably because of that pesky lack of thumbs.
To be a pet dog trainer is very much to be a human trainer, so it seems I have come full circle yet again.