Friday November 23
Course training with contacts & weaves
Saturday November 24
Extreme Tweeners with jumps and tunnels
Sunday November 25
Course training with jumps and tunnels
Cost: $200/working team, $95/Auditors
Limit 10 working spots per session
All sessions 9am - 5pm
Course training +/- contacts & weaves
When walking and running courses, you often have to decide which handling technique to use for your team. Understanding your dogs path helps you to decide what to use.
There often different paths for the dog on course. Deciding which is faster/better for your dog is essential. Course training is more than running courses, it's deciding these things
You have started your foundation handling training with your young dog/puppy but he isn’t quite ready for big courses. Being a tweener can be tough age for seminars. In extreme tweeners, we modify the exercises/length of the sequence to the level of your dog whether he is doing 2 or 10 obstacles in a row.
Registration opens Friday October 19 @ 8am
Jane Elene has been doing agility since 1995 and teaching it since 2005. She wants to be as smooth as possible in her handling and find the best balance between the dog's independence and the handler’s control.
When it comes to coaching, Jane Elene is very detail oriented and likes to explain every handling technique to the smallest detail. She is very patient and dedicated in her attempt to give each team all the pieces of the puzzle they need to run courses they never thought possible.
Jane Elene loves teaching high level course work with a good mix between very fast lines and technical pieces. She tries to keep things fun for both dogs and people while still pushing them out of their comfort zone. She adapts her coaching to each individual team and tries different solutions for the same combination on a course. Her goal is to help her students find their strengths and weaknesses.
Jane Elene has weekly classes in Denmark and teaches at seminars around the world. She wants to be at the highest level in agility, and has represented Denmark at the European Open and the World Championships.
When she is not doing agility, she works as a laboratory technician in a hospital.