Healthy animals can benefit from Reiki too! Let your animal enjoy a deeply relaxing treatment that will enhance their general well being.
What happens during a treatment?
All animals are treated in the comfort of their own home and each appointment includes a chat before and after the treatment to discuss progress and findings. To give Reiki to an animal is a simple process. The animal will guide me as to whether they want to receive the healing sitting on my lap, laying next to me or moving freely around the room as they wish during the treatment. Then I will either lay my hands on the animals body or from a short distance away, depending on how the animal wishes to receive the energy.
The great thing about using Reiki on animals is that you can “see” it working. Your pet will most likely relax and some animals will lie down and go into a deep sleep next to me. If they are having a release of some kind they maybe fidgety and unsettled for a while. Animals can react in different ways and some may not show any obvious signs of relaxation during their treatment. They will wait until they are alone and then go to sleep to enjoy the healing energies. No matter how your pet responds, Reiki is giving your pet what they need.
Reiki is not intended to replace or act as an alternative to conventional treatments given by a Vet. The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 (amended 1996) prohibits anyone other than a Veterinary Surgeon to diagnose ailments and giving of advice on such diagnosis. The Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a Veterinary Surgeon then the owner must obtain this.
The healing of animals by contact healing, by the laying on of hands or distant healing is legal. To give emergency first aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1996.
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Fully qualified Human & Animal Reiki Practitioner practicing in Norfolk and Suffolk.