LIVE REIKI. BE REIKI. FOR ANIMALS.
*Sign up by April 1st, 2019 for Early Bird Pricing!*
Limited Enrollment! Don’t miss this special opportunity to learn Shinpiden from Kathleen on the West Coast and experience Animal Reiki integrated into a professional veterinary setting!
Dates: October 18th – 20th, 2019
Times: 9AM – 5PM each day
Location: The Sacramento Area: This class will be held in two fabulous locations where Reiki is integrated into a full veterinary program: The Foothill Integrative Veterinary Service and Equestrian Center in Somerset, CA (Fri-Sat) and Foothill Farms Veterinary Hospital in Sacramento, CA (Sun.).
Prerequisites: Reiki 2 or 3 certification in any lineage. The Animal Reiki Workshop online class (July or Sept. session).
Sunday August 18, 2019, 10am – 4pm
Early Bird Pricing lasts until May 1st, 2019 so sign up now!
Explore each section of the Animal Reiki Code of Ethics with tips for success from Kathleen, Animal Reiki meditations to guide you, and the animals of Remus as your teachers and inspiration. Because ethical practice is the most important obligation of an animal Reiki practitioner, this course should be required for all Reiki practitioners working with animals. Because Kathleen authored this Code of Ethics, this is an incredible opportunity to receive deep insights, practical tips and healing Reiju directly from her.
An In-Depth & Practical Guide For Today’s Animal Reiki Practitioner
Next session starts Monday, July 1st, 2019
For students who have at least Level 1 Reiki and are interested in receiving an extremely in depth and practical foundation in Reiki with animals, this class is for you.
I learned Reiki in 1998. All those years ago, there was no such thing as online Reiki training. In fact, there was no such class specialty as Animal Reiki! Reiki for animals was merely a mention in a Reiki class or a paragraph in a Reiki book. I have taken and retaken Levels 1-3 Reiki classes (for humans) in-person in three different lineages over the years (with varying traditions of Reiju/attunements), as I’m very interested in deepening my understanding of the system of Reiki in its many forms. All in all, I’ve trained in-person for hundreds of hours in Reiki! I’ve also taken many online Reiki trainings in a variety of subjects, and received Reiju (attunements) online as well as in-person.
I’d like to talk about physical touch and the animal Reiki session, because I receive a lot of questions about this topic. People often ask me, “What are the hand positions for animal treatment”, or if they’re going to take a class they inquire first, “Are you going to teach the hand positions for dogs and cats?” Or they’ll see a photo of a Reiki session where I’m outside the kennel at a dog shelter and they’ll think it can’t be Reiki because I’m not touching the animal.