In the coming weeks, I will be posting interview style video chats between myself and (human) Reiki practitioner, Heather Lacey. We will talk about how Reiki works and what to expect (for humans and for animals). Specifically, we will discuss the different approaches in how Reiki is channeled to animals vs. humans (in the first blog post), then we talk more about how Distance Reiki works (in the second post). In the mean time, here is a brief introductory post:
Reiki means "universal life force energy" and refers to the safe, non-invasive channeling of energy to heal, as it is a therapy allowing animals (and people) to absorb more life-force energy.
Reiki is another treatment I offer in addition to Pet Massage Therapy. Reiki can help your pet in many different ways…
Anxiety, or relief from stress and/or fear is one of the main things people ask me about when enquiring about how Reiki can help their fur baby.
Distance Reiki is particularly useful, in that I don’t even need to be physically present in your home while your animal receives treatment. Think of it as a radio broadcast, with your pet receiving the energy signal (if they so choose).
Read on for more ways that Reiki can help your pet
Pain relief is another major reason you might consult a Reiki Practitioner to help your pet (whether it's headaches, backaches, nerve related, stiffness, an athletic injury or to do with speeding up post operative recovery).
Emotional or behavioural issues take a toll on the mind and body, and this is another area Reiki can help. Reiki is very efffective in lifting spirits and improving mood.
Relationships, whether they be between two animals or an animal and its human can also benefit from Reiki therapy. In particular, Reiki helps to calm.
I will post interview style video chats between myself and (human) Reiki practitioner, Heather Lacey, to continue clarifying and edifying those of you who are not familiar with this sort of energy healing (including introductory information about chakras)...
COMING MARCH 31st:
Regan is a certified Canine Massage Therapist (CCMT), has certification in First Aid and CPR for Pets, and some beginner training in Herbal Remedies and Aromatherapy for personal use.