WORKING WITH ANIMALS
Our Pets play a very important part in our lives.
They provide us with unconditional love, allow us to exercise our inner child through play,
and always welcome us home. Equally so we play an important part in their well-being.
They rely on us for food, love and affection and a safe home. When they are ill we can often
feel helpless as it can be difficult to understand what they need. Our first port of call is
the vet who prescribes the appropriate medication when it is required. But sometimes the
animal requires more and it is then that using complementary therapy can help and can play
an important role in supporting your animal's recovery.
Chickie had loss of hip mobility, digestive problems, and had not been
outside for several weeks due to her discomfort and mobility problems. Her walking problems had
been ongoing for about 6 months and she had been treated by her vet.
I completed 2 distance sessions on her. She showed immediate improvement
after the first session, and after the second one, her owner Monika Kahiluoto reported:
" What you have done sounds amazing and I can report to you that it has
absolutely worked! Chickie came outside for a walk for the first time in 6-8 weeks, and was
all happy and jolly! This is definitely a success story!"
Six years ago, Bubi had been hit on her rear by a car and seriously injured.
Her vet treated her and specified that she required 6 weeks rest and immobilisation. During this
time she was given Reiki on a regular basis which, judging by the consistent level of purring
forthcoming, she found both comforting and supportive. She is now 18 years old and still going
TO BOOK A DISTANCE SESSION
First, get permission from your vet, then send the following to me:
*A photo of your pet with their name written on the back.
*The completed Animal Case-History and Booking Form (that you can download
from this site after clicking the Appointments and Bookings tab in the panel to the left).
On completion of the session, please ring me for feedback on what
I found out and what I did to help your pet.