Posts Tagged ‘animal Reiki’

Reiki III and Animal Reiki Teacher Training

LIVE REIKI. BE REIKI. FOR ANIMALS.

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 19-21, 2018!

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).

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Animal Reiki Code of Ethics Training

In this special course, Kathleen will teach you techniques to empower you to be confident in your personal and professional practice so that you can be successful and abundant in all that you do with animal Reiki! Whether you share Animal Reiki with your own animals, with shelter/sanctuary animals, or with paying clients, the Code of Ethics should be the number ONE touchstone to your personal and professional BEST! What better way to learn, than from the world’s leading teacher in Animal Reiki at the UK’s leading horse sanctuary? Join us!

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Hand Positions and Animal Reiki

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.

Reiki Meditation to Help Your Dog Through Orthopedic Issues

Almost all of us who have dogs have experienced working with them through orthopedic injuries or ailments at one time or another. Many of us have rescued dogs who may have come to us injured. Others of us may have dogs who have faced ordeals such as surgery or a long rehabilitation due to orthopedic issues. Healing can take a long time, and issues are often chronic and painful, which takes a toll on us as their loving caregivers, and can also cause stress in our dogs.