Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
Dog Psychology 101 will be offering a total wellness retreat to benefit the mind, body, and spirit of dogs and their people.
Often referred to as the “Dr. Phil” of the dog world and owner of Dog Psychology 101 and U.S. Canine, Angie Woods is working to help active dog owners achieve a balance in mind, body, and spirit with their four-legged friends. This revolutionary approach is unique by focusing on balancing the human as we are rehabbing the dog. The weekend retreat will feature meditation, agility and lure training, as well as doga, or doggie yoga. Guest speakers will include animal communicator Tim Link, and chiropractic and doga expert Dr. April Warhola. The two-day event takes place Saturday, June 21 and Sunday June 22, at the Canine Ranch in Canton, Georgia.
“Odd as it may sound, dogs need stress relief just as much as humans,” said Woods who has been working with dogs professionally for the last 26 years. “Once we stop talking and thinking that our dogs have to fit into some mold, we begin to learn. We watch and observe, and the result helps to increase the bond and communication between human and dog.”
“I’m so excited that Tim and April will be joining us this summer,” said Woods. “Dogs operate by feeling energy in each other and humans. Tim uses canine Reiki for energy healing, and we all know how beneficial yoga is for humans, so I can’t wait to see what April has to show us with her doga techniques.”
Located in Buford, Dog Psychology 101 holds seminars, workshops, and speaking engagements for dog owners, rescue groups, and dog professionals. Woods and son Josh, use a natural holistic approach in their problem solving techniques. With a pack of 20 dogs at her facility, Woods uses the canine environment and companionship to get to the core of the trouble and find a resolution. Through classes and workshops like the Mind. Body. Spirit. Dog. Total Wellness Retreat, Woods hopes to bring awareness to potential and current pet owners regarding behavior issues with the mission that all dogs can be helped.
Link to Event: http://www.dogpsychology101.com/m-b-s-d-summer-retreat-2014/