Best Day Healing | Healing Touch for Animals

Reiki and 

Healing Touch for Animals®

Reiki and
Healing Touch For Animals® Assists With:

Overall Well-Being
 

Health Issues
 

Healing from Accidents and injuries
 

Pain Control
 

Trauma
 

Anxiety and Stress Reduction
 

Separation Issues
 

Grief
 

Behavior Modification
 

Competition Performance
 

Training Focus
 

Deepen Animal / Human Bond
 

Ease the Dying Process
 

Support Euthanasia

What is Reiki?
What is Healing Touch For Animals®?
Reiki utilizes the healing power of the "Universal Life Force" Healing Touch for Animals® (HTA) is an energy field therapy that supports the body to self-heal.

A light touch or near-body touch is used to clear, balance, and stabilize the animal’s energy system to promote healing.  It can be used on all species: small and large animals, birds, aquatics, and exotics. Together, theses techniques help clear and balance the body’s energy systems and allow optimum psychological responses to stabilize and support the body providing a sense of well-being. Remote energy healing can be equally effective. 

How Does It Work?

 

Everything is made of energy. Every living being and inanimate object is comprised of basic cellular structure. When life force is present, so is an energy system. An animal’s energy system, compared with a human’s, is ten times greater. This not only explains their ability to function instinctually, but also helps them release compromise caused within the energy field and recover and heal more easily.

 

An energetically balanced body, one that is open and flowing, is able to access the body’s correct physiological responses, providing the edge needed for healing and allows a sense of well-being.

 

Using clear intent with the application of each technique, I assist with stabilizing the animal’s energy field so healing can occur. The healing energy works through me, it doesn't come from me.

Note:  I am not a veterinary medical doctor. Any health- related messages conveyed to you should be addressed with a vet or other licensed animal healthcare practitioner before taking any action.