Through animal communication, you can learn about your animal’s likes and dislikes; you can find out if and where your animal is experiencing pain, and you can create a stronger bond between you and your pet.
Animals communicate physically, verbally, and telepathically. Animal communication is when one telephathically taps into an animal’s energy field in order to intuitively receive valuable information pertaining to that particular animal.
Considering that 80% or more of all communication is done non-verbally, and almost all aguments and/or disagreements begin with miscommunication, the benefits of communicating with your pets are extremely beneficial.
An animal communication session can help your animal through all of life’s transitions:
- Are you thinking about adding to your family?
- Has there been a loss in your family?
- Have you moved into a new living environment?
- Did you rescue an animal?
Does your animal have any of the following behavioral issues, emotional problems and/or physical problems?
- Excessive barking, meowing, squawking
- Separation Anxiety
All animal communication sessions are accompanied by a Reiki healing. I am a firm believer that while communicating with our animals opens us to a new understanding and gets us on the same page with our animals, the Reiki energy allows to release the lesser energies that are no longer serving the animal’s highest good.
Animal Sessions for dogs, cats, birds and smaller animals: $80 (plus $0.60 per mile if applicable)
Animal Sessions for horses, cows, wild/exotic animals and larger animals: $100 (plus $0.60 per mile if applicable)
Human Sessions: $75 (all human Reiki sessions are performed at my Massage Works location)
All animal sessions are done in the comfort of the animals’ home, as it proves to create less stress for the animal. If travel is not an option, distance work is proven beneficial and just as effective.
*Please know that there are discounts for multiple animals*
**Please know that Reiki is not a replacement for Veterinary Care and NO massage techniques are used on animals.**