Disc Dog Fly Chi is a flowing and soft martial art seeking to learn to move as one with the dog and deliver beautiful throws with inspired team movement and leaping catches. Focusing on several key forms and purposing the movements and ideas towards creative, flowing, leaping play, Fly Chi highlights flow and flexibility and creates inspired team movement.
Life is crazy these days… Let’s run off and join the Circus.
Complete trick dog training with the proper vybe: a Flying Circus. Trick training taken to the next level while being made fun, PVybe’s Flying Circus is created and taught by Apryl Lea and Abby Cline of Pawsitive Vybe.
A martial arts approach to disc dog freestyle. Using Forms and Belts to hone and cultivate a freestyle foundation and uncover your Way of Disc Dog Freestyle.
The Tao of Disc Dog in Digital Dojo lesson format. A step by step guide to the Tao of Disc Dog.
Premature Ejumpulation is a common problem in all disc dog games. Teaching a dog to track and catch is possible.
You can’t jam if your dog doesn’t engage and you can’t jam if your dog is engaging all up in your grill and whatnot.
Everything starts with position. A stable dog in a predictable position is key to getting a solid start with any sequence.
Building sequences expressing yourself and your creatively seems to be some kind of hidden secret. Graphic novel instruction and step by step POV videos put you in the action.
Vaulting a disc dog safely and successfully is about much more than just leaping off your body for a disc. Teach vaulting skill as concepts and develop verbal discrimination and vaulting becomes easy.
A free and open sample course to allow you to check out the class mechanics.