Healing for animals although not widely recognised or recommended can be extremely beneficial. As with humans, animals can also face difficulties in life such as stress & anxiety, depression, illness or injury, all of which can have a detrimental impact upon their quality of life, causing them pain & suffering and potential behaviour issues
Using a gentle holistic approach and recognised healing methods, animals, just like humans, can be supported back to health and wellness, improving their welfare, returning them back to a state of balance and contentment
Energy healing can help with pain & discomfort, bring relaxation and calm to distress, and can support the bodies natural ability to heal, speeding up any recovery process required. All ailments can be treated, and as no invasive techniques are applied animals experience no discomfort during the sessions
It is always preferable to work with an animal within its natural environment, reducing any unnecessary stress and allowing the session to be carried out in a state of ease. Working with animals cannot be forced, a build up of trust must be formed between animal and healer before any healing work can begin…
Animals are very good at letting us know whether they are open to healing, and will either initiate the energy exchange themselves or refuse to allow it – they are also very good at letting us know when they have had enough and want the session to end
Most animals respond well to energy sessions. I have worked upon many animals in my years as a healer, from domestic pets to working and farmed breeds, many of which made their own need for healing known to me by following me or activating my healing ability through the simplest of touches or belly rubs!
Regular short sessions are usually the most beneficial when working with an animal, and I advise a course of 3-6 sessions to allow for a return to health & wellness
Animal Healing is charged at £10 per session. I am willing to travel out of my local area as necessary to help an animal in need as long as travel expenses and accommodation costs are met