Xtreme class 2022
To keep Foundations class graduates busy and to be able to follow them further, we'll be starting with Xtreme Foundations class on January 25! Foundations class is not a requirement though - anybody with a dog with basic foundations is welcome to join! Please note I only hold this class once a year, so it's now or next year... Mastering foundations first is not needed.
Inspired by courses getting harder&harder year after year, allowing only either the fastest handlers - or those with best-trained dogs!!! - to survive - and motivated by all my students who are real Foundations pros already and just can't get enough of classes... 🙂 - here comes a great class for you!
We'll be following Xtreme Foundations DVD program:
It's especially appropriate for:
- teams competing or aspiring to compete at the highest levels
- slower handlers with fast dogs who need independence even more
- anybody enjoying training dogs, looking for even more fun challenges
The class requires minimal equipment and space - you can do most of the exercises with just 2 jumps and 2 tunnels, but of course, you will need weaves for weaves lesson and at least one contact obstacle for obstacle discrimination lesson.
This class has 5 lessons and is 10 weeks long - each lesson is 2 weeks and we'll also have a 2 week catch up break in between. We're starting on January 25, but you can register and then enter the classroom already now.Please make sure your are registered and logged in before you proceed to paying with paypal - this will ensure you will get your correct access automatically.
PARTICIPANT + Xtreme Foundations video download
(260 EUR/ cca 300 USD)
PARTICIPANT (if you have Xtreme Foundations video already)
(230 EUR/ cca 260 USD)
|Xtreme Foundations AUDITOR/repeater/2nd dog
(180 EUR/ cca 200 USD)
Hi! I’d like to join with Pip, but I’m a little worried about the weather because my only practise place is outdoors. Winter has been pretty mild lately, but could change anytime. I see you only offer once per year… is it always in winter?
Yes, sorry, it’s always in winter… But lots can be done inside on one improvised jump, so you can have that as plan B when the weather is bad…