Clinics

We've got a seat saved for you! Come join us at one of this year's clinics.

The corona virus has upended my plans for 2020.  Science Camp has been rescheduled for Labor Day weekend and I have transformed all my clinics to "Stay At Home" events.

Note: The clinics that were originally scheduled for this year have all been switched into virtual events.  I will be giving these clinics in different time zones, so check out the event listings to see if there is a Stay At Home Clinic that fits your schedule and your time zone.  I hope to see you at one of these events.

The  non-virtual clinics begin Friday evening with Introductions.  This is followed by two fun days packed with teaching. 

 

These clinics cover a lot of ground. Enrollment is limited so we can focus on what YOU want to learn. The weekends are packed with discussions, demos, video analysis of YOUR horse, lots of laughter, lots of fun, and lots of great learning!

To learn more about the new Stay At Home clinics

click here.

September 2020

Science Camp at the Clicker Center

Rescheduled to Labor Day Weekend September 3-7, 2020

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October 2020

October 2-4

Stay At Home Clinic

Eastern time zone

October 9-11

Columbus Day Weekend

Stay At Home Clinic

Pacific Time zone

October 16-18, 2020

Eastern Time Zone

What Do You See?

October 23-25

Stay At Home Clinic

Central Time Zone

November  2020

One Clinic held over Two Weekends -

Nov. 13 -15; 21-22 

GMT +1 UK time zone

Nov. 13-15; 21-22

Eastern time zone

Dates available at The Clicker Center Barn

Note: Because of the travel restrictions caused by the corona virus I am having to cancel or reschedule my spring clinics.  All of my clinics through July have been changed to fall dates.

I will also be teaching "Stay At Home" on-line clinics.  Click here to learn more about these events

In 2020 I will  be returning to several of my long term clinic locations, but I'll be doing it via zoom.  If you want a wonderful weekend immersed in the world of clicker training, please join me for one of these events. I look forward to seeing you at one of these events.

Science Camp at The Clicker Center

Sept 4-7, 2020 with Introductions Thursday Sept. 3

We have rescheduled the May Science Camp to Labor Day Weekend and turned it into a virtual event.

Join our presenters: Dr. Jesús Rosales Ruiz, Mary Hunter, Michaela Hempen, Anita Schnee and Alexandra Kurland. 

To Learn more CLICK HERE.

 

or

contact Alexandra Kurland (kurlanda@verizon.net)

 

October 2-4  with Introductions Friday evening October 2) 

 

This Stay at Home clinic replaces one that was originally going to take place in Maryland.  So it will be held in the eastern time zone. 

Subject: Constructional Training: What And Why?  The clinic begins with a presentation on Extinction.  That serves both as a great introduction to the weekend.  We'll have presentations, discussions and lots of video analysis.  In these clinics you get feedback on YOUR horse working in YOUR home environment.

contact Alexandra Kurland kurlanda@verizon.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 9-11, 2020 (with Introductions Friday night Oct. 9)  Columbus Day Weekend

 

This clinic was originally scheduled to be held in Half Moon Bay CA so it will be in the pacific time zone

Subject: Constructional Rope Handling

Yes, rope handling can be taught via a computer.  We'll be looking at the details that create great rope handling skills.

Contact Caeli Collins at:

caeli.collins@gmail.com

October 16-18 (with Introductions Friday night Oct. 16) 

This clinic was originally going to be held in Charlotte North Carolina so it will be in the Eastern Time Zone

Subject: What Do You See? 

We'll be using video I have prepared for this event as well as video of your horse working in his home environment.  We'll be looking at small details that make a huge difference.  The goal is to help you sharpen your observation skills. 

 

There's more to seeing small changes.  It's also do you understand why they matter?  Through presentations, discussions, and body awareness sessions, we'll be exploring the small details that add up to great things. 

Rebekka Schulze will be helping me with this clinic.  Rebekka is a classical pilates instructor so the weekend will also include two pilates sessions.

Contact Rebekka Schulze for more information or to register.

 

 

 

October 23-25, 2020 (with Introductions Friday night Oct. 23)

This clinic was originally going to be held near Fayetteville Arkansas so it will be in the central time zone.

Subject: Constructional Training: What And Why?  The clinic begins with a presentation on Extinction.  That serves as a great introduction to the weekend.  In addition we'll have presentations, discussions and lots of video analysis.  In these clinics you get feedback on YOUR horse working in YOUR home environment.

I have already given several of these clinics that begin with the Extinction presentation.  Each one has been different.  They depend so much upon who attends.  So the beginning point may be the same, but what we cover is very much shaped by the attendees and their horses.  In training we say it is always a study of one.  It turns out, that applies to groups, as well.

To register contact Cindy Martin at:

maddogranch@gmail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't be confused.  Yes, I have two very different clinic scheduled for the same weekend. The Stay At Home clinics let me do some crazy time traveling.

I will be giving two separate clinics over these two weekends.  Instead of holding one clinic over a single weekend with two training sessions per day, I will be holding each of these clinics over two weekends.

So the UK group will be meeting at 2 pm GMT+1 Sat and Sun over the weekends of Nov. 14-15 and Nov. 21 - 22.  The introductions will be Friday Nov. 13 at 6 pm GMT +1

The subject will be Constructional Rope Handling

Yes, rope handling can be taught via a computer.  We'll be looking at the details that create great rope handling skills.

The second clinic will also be beginning at 2 pm but this time in the eastern time zone.  The introductions will be Friday night Nov. 13 at 6 pm eastern time.

Subject: Getting Started with the Clicker

We'll go through the steps of introducing your horse to clicker training.  Whether you and your horse are brand new to clicker training or you've been at it for a while, this will be a great opportunity to look at the foundation skills.  We'll have presentations, discussions and lots of video analysis of YOUR horse working in his home environment

Private and small group classes are also available at The Clicker Center Barn.  Please contact me for more information:

 

kurlanda@crisny.org

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Robin looks forward to welcoming you to
The Clicker Center.

Additional clinic dates may be added.  If you are interested in organizing a clinic, please contact me at: kurlanda@crisny.org

Clinics

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Questions? Email kurlanda@crisny.org

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