Anna Eifert Seminars

ONEMIND DOGS SEMINAR

Presented by Anna Eifert

**TWO SPRING 2022 SEMINARS**

February 18.19.20 2022 (Privates on Monday )

APRIL 15.16.17  2022 (Privates on Monday)

Topics included below as well as "The Fastest Line"

and "Tunnel Trickery" Anna's two latest Online classes!

Redline Canine Training Center, LLC
W188N11770 Maple Road, Germantown, WI  53022

FEBRUARY 2022

Friday February 18th 9am-5pm

Running Contacts: From the beginning AND Tunnel Trickery!

Anna is currently determining the criteria needed for this seminar.  There may be a pre-seminar workshop at Redline to get things started to ensure your success and progression during the seminar.

Tunnel Trickery:

All you need to know about tunnel exits; how you can influence your dog’s line after the tunnel.  How to use the different handing techniques on tunnels-how to use special techniques for tunnels; Tunnel Brake and Turning Back from the Tunnel-how to use the 7 Handing Elements- how to create, teach and train different exit lines.

Limited number of working spots.

Saturday February 19th 9am-5pm

Tools in the Toolbox, Recipes from the Agility Cookbook: Handle the Lines, Not the Obstacles

Different techniques for S-lines (slice) and wraps, threads and serpentine and how you apply them on international courses or Masters/Excellent level.

Handling techniques are like recipes, a special mixture of the 7 handling elements. If you can reproduce them the same way each time, you can bake the same “cookie,” the same line all the time. We will learn different handling techniques for the same line. You can be ahead of your dog or behind her, inside of the turn or outside of the curve, it doesn’t matter, if you know the correct recipe, you can create the line whatever the course design requires.

Limited number of working spots.

Sunday February 20th 9am-5pm 

Distance Work & “Lazy Techniques”

Nobody can run faster, but everybody can leave sooner - and use the ‘lazy techniques’ where you can save a lot of running and handle the dog from a distance.

We will learn these techniques and how to increase distance from the handler and support independent obstacle works everywhere on the course, how to recognize the commitment and how to use the reward inappropriate on the dog’s intended line and backchain challenging combinations. Handling and training tools you can bring home and they will help improve your skills and your dog’s skills.

Limited number of working spots.

Monday February 21st Private Lessons

One-Hour Private Lessons, 8 am to 4 pm

Auditing includes invaluable benefits! They include:

Joining in discussions * Walking and analyzing the courses * Observing a variety of different dog and handler teams as they learn and progress throughout the seminar * Access to OneMind Dogs lessons/curriculum

APRIL 2022

Friday April 15th 9am-5pm

Running contacts

Continued, problem solving, loading and unloading, turns off the board and all the things!  In this session we will pick up either from the February seminar or the ZOOM workshops with Anna being held between February and April.

More details to come regarding RC progressions and problem solving between seminars with Anna via Zoom at Redline.

Limited number of working spots.

Saturday April 16th 9am-5pm

Fastest Line:

Have you ever wondered after your run that maybe the other line would have been faster? Or perhaps a different handling solution would have resulted in a better time? S-line or wrap? Which is easier and healthier for my dog? This seminar will give you a tool to decide the fastest line and the best handling solution for your dog.

Limited number of working spots.

Sunday April 17th 9am-5pm

Distance Work & “Lazy Techniques”

If you took this seminar in February, Anna will progress the skills you already learned, and add new tools into your toolbox.

Nobody can run faster, but everybody can leave sooner - and use the ‘lazy techniques’ where you can save a lot of running and handle the dog from a distance.

We will learn these techniques and how to increase distance from the handler and support independent obstacle works everywhere on the course, how to recognize the commitment and how to use the reward inappropriate on the dog’s intended line and backchain challenging combinations. Handling and training tools you can bring home and they will help improve your skills and your dog’s skills.

Limited number of working spots.

Monday April 18th Private lessons

One-Hour Private Lessons, 8 am to 4 pm

Auditing includes invaluable benefits! They include:

Joining in discussions * Walking and analyzing the courses * Observing a variety of different dog and handler teams as they learn and progress throughout the seminar * Access to OneMind Dogs lessons/curriculum

Anna started agility in 1999 with her Miniature Bull Terrier Giovanni. Before she got her superstar Nevian, she was running different "borrowed" dogs, a very small Schipperke and many huge Belgian Shepherds. She attended her first AWC with Flort, a lovely Groenendael female in 2005. She got her first Border Collie in 2004, Nevian's father Loch MacLeod, who won the FCI World Championship twice with Christine Charpentier. Nevian followed her father's footsteps and received the Silver Medal at her first World Championship in 2006. She was in the National Team each year until 2014 and won Crufts (both British Open and International), IFCS World Champion in Biathlon, the Hungarian National Championship, IABC, silver medal at the Border Collie Classic, but Anna does not count the results, because it's all about the perfect run no matter what placement it brings.

Anna is not a judge, as she prefers to run her dogs until she can't rub, but she gave a lot to the community when she was the president of the Hungarian Agility Committee from 2008 to 2015 and organized, among others, the Border Collie Classic and the European Open in Hungary. She has been a full-time agility trainer since 2008, and she has been one of the first OneMind Dogs coaches since 2014. She's also been working with Janita Leinonen and Jaakko Suoknuuti regularly since 2010, three to four times per year. She hosted them four times, attended all four Coach Weeks and was invited to teach in Finland. Anna says Du, her very cute and very smart, 7-year old Miniature Bull Terrier, is her best trainer ever. Du forced her to learn the alpha and omega of the OneMind Dogs methodology, even the mental training part; she cannot be thankful enough for that, because she can help all different kinds of teams in agility. "She [Du] made me not only a way better coach but a perfect handler for Nebraska," her young Border Collie.

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