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HEART Collective

Heart Collective are educators, facilitators and dog and horse trainers living around the world. Our first major project was the Alphabet Album (raising voices) . Amanda, Ameera, Andrea, Ayoka, Chelsey, Dayna, Eva, Hannah, Holly, Julie, Karen, Karen, Kathryn, Kirsten, Leslie, Linda, Linda, Liz, Lucy, Oluademi, Sheila, Shelly, Stella, Tom, and Tracey are excited to be developing webinars for you now!

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About this course

Alphabet Album Webinars: 

Get Confident! Building Confidence and Connection with, and in, Your Dog

LIVE PRESENTATION SEPT 21,  6 pm ET  

(can't watch live? no problem - the recording will be available to you forever!) 

(Amanda Nelson TBD  moderator) 

What is confidence?  Wikipedia tells us "Confidence is a state of being clear-headed either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Confidence comes from a Latin word fidere' which means "to trust"; therefore, having self-confidence is having trust in one's self"   Working with dogs their confidence and ours - internally and in each other matters. It can make a critical difference in life at home, training and dog sports too. 

Whether agility is your jam or not you'll find this webinar both inspiring and full of strategies you can apply to your partnership to build your team's overall confidence and connection. Learn how Amanda uses different games and exercises to help build her dog's confidence, connection, and teamwork! While Amanda’s primary sport is agility, these games can be effectively applied to any dog sport!

Amanda will discuss why confidence is crucial for any dog sport, and not just your dog's confidence, but your confidence as well!

Amanda Nelson

Amanda has been involved in the dog world for 20+ years and,  when there isn't a pandemic, travels the country coaching agility teams, teaching seminars with a focus on teamwork, connection, and commitment skills.  Amanda's passion is to create smooth and fluid teamwork between dog and handler, both mentally and physically.   To learn more about Amanda check out this link

Looking for more information about the webinar series this is part of - and links to the specific individual webinars (or the whole album?)  

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