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Animal Healing

I work in many different traditions of healing, both complimentary and western medicine. I have a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Animal Science. I am a trained Veterinary technician, specializing in surgery.

Complementary/Altenative medicine is a not a quick fix for ailing health. It takes time and work. I work closely with Western doctors and veterinarians. I believe Alternative traditions need to work closely with Western Medicine, not as an alternative that rejects the benefits of Western medicine, but as something that works with Western medicine to provide them with the benefits of both and bring healing.

Complementary or Alternative medicine is a very broad term that covers many different approaches to health and healing. In other countries, complementary and alternative medicine usually refers to any therapy outside the standard Western medical model.

Alternative medicine is also known by many names, such as complementary therapies, integrative medicine or holistic medicine. There are many complementary and alternative medicine therapies that may help you improve and maintain your quality of life, repair immune damage or treat symptoms.

During a healing session I combine many traditions together, when I teach these traditions, they are taught in the purest form. I have had the priveledge to work with some of the finest and most humble healers in the world.

I offer many of these traditions in workshops form also.

Below are some of the traditions I work in:

Animal Communication & Healing - Using straight forward holistic methods, the practitioner will access the animal through physical touch, mind and spirit to help the animal and its owner through upsets, hostilities, fears, tensions, injuries, illness and death. This is not a substitute for Veterinary care but works in combination with it.

Animal Communication consultations can be done in-person or by phone is an opportunity for direct two-way telepathic communication with your animal companions. You can get questions answered about problems you are having with your animal friends. You can learn to understand their viewpoints better, how they think, what they do and don't understand, and how to treat them to create more cooperation and a better partnership in living or working together. 

All non-human animals telepathically communicate. This is not something spooky or weird, but it is an inborn ability of all beings, including humans. Since childhood, we are taught to ignore our telepathic communication with nature, which then causes us to lose the ability.

Those of us who tend to not go along with the “norm” of society, continue to develop or increase their own ability to mentally communicate with other species.

A communicator has a connection with the soul or spirit of animals—their essence or true self including their thoughts, purposes, values, perceptions, understanding, and other mental and spiritual qualities sort of a heart of heart discussion with no barriers.

I will listen to your opinion or question and then ask the animal what the animal thinks about the situation. I ask the animal's viewpoint, feelings, perceptions or attitudes by asking them direct questions and listening to how they respond, it may be what they think, feel or visualize.

Our animals are happy to be heard and their thoughts recognized. Hopefully, if there is a problem we will develop an agreement or understanding between owner and animal.

If we are working at a distance, I will need a photo with the eyes of your animal friend visible. Please have your questions written down and thought out.

Animal Communication fee is $150.00 USD

Crystal Healing - Crystals regulate energy blockages, and certain crystals work with certain organs or conditions. For example, Calcite for skeletal problems; Hematite for the muscular system; Rose Quarts for injuries and wounds, etc. When a practitioner works with a crystal near a certain organ, the vibration of the organ becomes regulated and in harmony with the rest of the body.

Massage/Tellington TTouch® - Developed by Linda Tellington-Jones, TTouch is a method where circular movements of the practitioner’s fingers are applied all over the body in order to activate the function of the cells and awaken cellular intelligence. TTouch helps to release tension and increase body awareness, allowing the animal to gain self-confidence, help recovery from illness or injury, and enhance the quality of the animal’s life. Combining Massage with a bodywork technique that focuses on muscle tissue. Massage releases the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and finger pressure, thereby removing toxins, while relaxing and soothing the muscle. Massage can be used as a preventative, corrective or therapeutic modality. Combining Tellington Touch with Massage can bring wonderful results.

Reiki - Reiki is administered by “laying on hands” (or by holding the hands over the body) and a “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. The Reiki practitioner is the conduit for the energy, which goes into the patient’s body and finds its way to the area that needs to be treated.

Homeopathy - Discovered by German physician Samuel Hahnemann in the late 1700s, homeopathy is based on the theory that each naturally occurring element, plant, and mineral compound that can cause an illness can also be a cure. Hahnemann believed that, by diluting these substances to almost untraceable amounts, they could be used to treat the very symptoms they were known to produce. This is called the Law of Similars (“treat like with like”).

Applied Kinesiology - Applied Kinesiology is not a healing method, but a diagnostic tool. It is also known as muscle testing, and the practitioner (who could be a practitioner of any healing modality, alternative or not) uses it to figure out for example what it is the patient is allergic to, what the best way of treating the issue is, or anything else he/she wants to “ask” the patient’s body. It is usually done by the patient holding one arm out parallel to the floor (or up in the air if you’re lying down), the practitioner asks his/her question (either out loud or quietly) and then gently presses down on the patient’s arm. If the patient is able to resist the pressure, it means one thing, and if the patient can’t resist the pressure, it means another. Exactly what it means depends on the question. When working with animals, this is usually done using a surrogate.

Acupressure - A technique based on the holistic system where illness is thought to result from imbalances in the natural flow of energy, chi, through the body. Acupressure is performed by using finger and palm pressure on certain points along the meridians – the energetic pathways the chi travels along – to improve the flow of energy and thereby health.

Tinctures - Tinctures are liquid extracts made from herbs, flowers, plants, that you take orally (by mouth). They are usually extracted in alcohol, but they can also be extracted in vegetable glycerine or apple cider vinegar. Tinctures are easy and convenient to use. Tinctures are also easier to give to animals as they have to take only small amount. Because they are taken directly under the tongue, they enter the bloodstream much more directly than by any other means. This means that the action in the body is usually quicker. Although some herbs will have an immediate effect, such as those used to help one relax. Others that are more nutritive and building in nature. Nutritive tinctures may take several weeks of continual use before best results are seen. You can make your own tinctures in our wildcrafting course!

Bach Flower Therapy / Flower Essences - The Bach flower essence therapy system was discovered by British physician Dr. Edward Bach in the early 1900s. He believed that that the true cause of illness and disease in human beings lies in the personality; in the mental and emotional patterns through which we view ourselves and the world around us. To treat these personality patterns, Dr. Bach discovered and developed 38 different flower remedies, each a correcting vibration for a state of mind or emotion that needs to be gently rebalanced. Since the body is a direct reflection of the mind, transforming negative vibrations into positive good vibrations allows the body to respond naturally with better health. There are also other types of similar flower essences that are used around the world, such as the Australian Bush Flower Essences and Alaskan Essences. You can also make your own in our wildcrafting class!



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