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Take your time. Learn Relaxed.

Our Slow & Steady Course offers a thoughtful and paced approach to canine conditioning and online learning. This course is designed for dog/handler teams who prefer a relaxed schedule, allowing you more time to absorb the information and complete your exercises. Unlike our Accelerated Course, the Slow & Steady Course spreads 8 minutes of personalized feedback over two weeks. This extended timeframe provides you with the opportunity to allow feedback to digest and a longer window to submit video for review.

This course encourages you to learn more on your own, allowing you to set your own pace and take in Anna Lee’s feedback in a stress-free manner. This makes the Slow & Steady Course an ideal choice for those with busy schedules, full-time jobs, dog trialing commitments, recovery needs, or other obligations. The Slow & Steady Course is designed to fit your schedule, offering the perfect balance between intensive learning and life’s demands.

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Slow & Steady Feedback Highlights:

  • 8 minutes of video review spread over the course of 2 weeks: Receive in-depth feedback, on a more relaxed timeline.
  • 8-week duration: Take your time integrating Anna Lee’s suggestions and feedback.
  • Applicable to one or more dogs: Whether you have one pup or several, this course is adaptable to your needs.
  • Unlimited questions related to conditioning: Clarify your doubts and seek guidance.
  • 100% Private Conditioning Classroom: Learn in a supportive, private environment.
  • Access to the Conditioning Classroom: Maintain access to your Conditioning Classroom, and the information it contains until October 1, or for as long as you’re enrolled in a course, whichever is longer.

NOTE: You will have full access to your classroom for 8 weeks + an additional “free week” at the end of the course in case we need to do any additional follow up.

Screenshot showing the Q&A Forum on the Canine Conditioning Classroom.

Who is Slow & Steady Feedback for?

This Slow & Steady course is open to anyone who wants help implementing one of the Canine Conditioning Coach Programs, Mini-Programs, or a Custom Program designed by Anna Lee. Brand new dog / handler teams will be met where they are, and supported through the beginning of the learning process. More experienced handlers and even credentialed fitness and rehab professionals will appreciate the depth of Anna Lee’s detailed and thoughtful feedback, which can elevate their skills to the next level.

Feel Empowered

Our mission is not just to provide adjustments but to empower you with the skills to identify proper alignment and make necessary changes. Learn how to leverage Handler Motion, Prop Setup, and Reward Placement to help your dog be successful. By the end of this course, you’ll be confident in your abilities, ready to work independently, or transition to less intensive feedback options.

Anna Lee will tailor her teaching approach to your unique learning style, offering written feedback, annotated images, compare-and-contrast photos, and more. You’ll learn to assess your pup and make changes with confidence.


Note: For future course offerings, existing students will have priority enrollment for Accelerated, Slow & Steady, and Long-Term Lifeline Private Coaching / Feedback Options.

Course Outline

  • Week 0
    • Setting up your Canvas Profile
    • Learning how to navigate the Canvas teaching platform
    • Self Check Quiz
    • Introducing yourself
  • Week 1 & 2
    • Instructions for using the Video Review Forum
    • 8 min of Video available for Review
    • Instructions for using the Q&A Forum
    • Unlimited questions available
  • Week 3 & 4
    • 8 min of Video available for Review
    • Unlimited questions available
  • Week 5 & 6
    • 8 min of Video available for Review
    • Unlimited questions available
  • Week 7 & 8
    • 8 min of Video available for Review
    • Unlimited questions available
    • Wrapping Up / Next Steps.

Anna Lee believes in fully equipping you with all the skills you need to feel confident adapting the Canine Conditioning Coach method to your specific dogs and their needs. Her goal is for you to no longer rely on her. She wants to empower you to be self-sufficient.

“The biggest gift my students could give me is to not need me any longer! I don’t want to be the one in possession of the knowledge you seek, and dole it out slowly. I want to give it ALL to you!!”

~ Anna Lee Sanders


Ready to sign up? Shoot me an email!

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    1. Include “Slow & Steady Feedback” in the subject line.
    2. Give us some background on your pup including their name, age, neuter status, and what program you’re following.
    3. Anna Lee will contact you regarding her available start dates, and see what works for your schedule.
    4. Then we will send you a private link where you can register and pay.
    5. You will have a full week before your Slow & Steady Feedback officially begins to acquaint yourself with your Canvas Classroom.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are additional questions allowed? Or only Video Submissions?

YES! All questions related to conditioning are allowed and ENCOURAGED! You will have a designated PRIVATE Q & A forum along with your Video Review forum where you can ask any and all questions that are not related to a specific exercise. 

What happens if I don't finish my weekly minutes? Do they carry over?

For the Slow & Steady Feedback Option you have 2 full weeks to use up your 8 minutes. Minutes do not carry over to the next set of weeks. I use the time allotment as a way of planning my week, and ensuring I have enough time to give detailed, comprehensive feedback without overloading myself. So if your minutes don’t get used up they do expire.

In the event of an emergency, I do have the ability to pause your course. Life happens, people get sick, dogs get hurt… I understand. But please let me know ASAP. I offer this option as a courtesy, as courses are non-refundable. If I don’t hear from you for weeks at a time, I will be less inclined to provide an extension or accommodate rescheduling requests. My primary concern is the safety and well-being of both you and your dog, and I encourage open communication to ensure the best possible experience during this course.

Where does the feedback take place?

All of my Private Coaching/ Feedback, as well as all my other classes are taught on Canvas, which is the most innovative, assessable, and intuitive learning management system currently available. Canvas is the LMS used in the vast majority of secondary education in the United States, and is top of the line, easy to navigate, and incredibly powerful.

This platform gives me the ability to provide a private or group learning environment, organize weekly lessons, setup discussion forums, make you individual fun quizzes, and easily communicate back and forth… all from within the platform. Super slick and easy to navigate. I want nothing but the very best for my learners! 

When can I start?

I do have a limited number of slots available each month, so space is limited. This ensures I have the time to provide each dog / hander team with the time and attention they deserve. But typically I start my feedback on the first Monday of the month, and can make space with a few weeks lead time.

Do I have to submit all 8 minutes at once?

Your minutes can be used in the amount you feel highlights the issue you are seeing, or what would demonstrate “normal” execution for your dog. What works best is to submit short, edited clips of the exercise you would like me to see. This is usually between 0:30-0:60 per video clip. Then I can give you feedback, you can make adjustments, and when you’re ready, you can submit another video clip.

There will be specific instructions / guidelines for the post format located within your private course. But this gives you a brief overview.