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Animals love Reiki.Animal Reiki/ Therapy.  


    Reiki has many qualities that make it an ideal complementary therapy for animals. First and foremost it is gentle, painless, non-invasive and stress free for animals. Reiki is always safe and comfortable for both animal and healer. It can be given at a distance if necessary and adapted to any problem that affects animals, so can be used under any circumstances.With Reiki animals do not have to be confined or restrained to be treated. The Reiki practitioner works with the animal to determine how the treatment will be given. The animal retains a large degree of control over his own process of healing, including how much Reiki he will take and under what circumstances, so that he becomes an active and willing partner in the healing process. Reiki can help animals in many ways. With healthy animals, Reiki can help maintain health on all levels. It can heal physical illness, as well as emotional and spiritual levels. It is a powerful tool for emotional healing following trauma, abuse, neglect, fear and trust issues. For highly strung or nervous animals, Reiki induces deep relaxation and stress reduction. Over time it can reduce the tendency towards nervousness. Reiki can accelerate healing after surgery or illness. It complements both conventional and alternative therapies and can enhance their actions and lessen their side effects. Finally for a dying animal, Reiki provides compassionate support that can make the transition more peaceful for all concerned.
 I offer healing for animals on a one to one basis. I would normally travel to you as the animal feels more comfortable in his/her own surroundings.
I am happy to discuss your concerns with no obligation to book an appointment. Iam as happy treating horses, dogs etc to the smallest guinea pig, fish.

On average each session will be £20 which includes travel within a 10 mile radius. Outside of this area a small charge will apply to cover travelling expenses.
If your pet does not want to participate in the session then I will only charge £10 to cover expenses.
The sessions with your pet could include EFT, Flower remedies, and crystals if you so wish. These are priced individually or as a package depending on requirements.

If you would like more information or to book a treatment please email me. 

EFT or Emotional Freedom technique is a mix between talk therapies & body therapies. It was founded by Gary Craig in the 1990s. It is a simple, but powerful tool that uses words to tune into  emotional disturbances which are then balanced & cleared using acupressure tapping. It is often called the tapping therapy.

Crystal therapy involves placing crystals on or around the animal. They can be used for a variety of purposes & are picked for the individual. An excellent way for them to be used for animals is to make an elixir or room spray again depending on the individual requirements.

Flower remedies - please see separate section.








  Disclaimer-All Animals/Birds
Reiki is not intended to replace veterinary treatment/medication, but to work alongside it. No guarantees are implied or stated. If your animal experiences health or medical problems, you should consult a vet.
  It is a requirement that you have informed your Vet of the intention to use Reiki as a complementary therapy, alongside their conventional treatment.
Reiki Practitioners do not interfere with the treatment being given by Veterinary surgeon's nor do they prescribe medication, or perform medical treatments.
THE LAWThe Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 prohibits anyone other than a qualified Veterinary Surgeon from treating animal's diagnosing ailments & giving advice on ailments. However, the healing of animals by contact healing of laying on of hands or by distance is legal. The Protection of Animals Act 1911 does require that if an animal is in obvious need of treatment from a Vet, that the owner must obtain this. Reiki Practitioners must have the full assurance that the animal has been examined by a Vet. Under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 (Schedule 3) it is permissible to give emergency first aid to animals, for the purpose of relieving pain or saving life.

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