Posts Tagged ‘reiki healing’

Reiki III and Animal Reiki Teacher Training

LIVE REIKI. BE REIKI. FOR ANIMALS.

*Sign up by April 1st, 2020 for Early Bird Pricing!*

Enrollment is limited to 10 spots! 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, 2020

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.

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Animal Reiki Code of Ethics Training at Remus

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.
All students will receive a copy of Kathleen’s latest book, Healing Virtues: Transforming Your Practice Through the Animal Reiki Practitioner Code of Ethics. Graduates of this course will be given the option of completing a final project in order to receive a Certificate of Completion (details given at the class). Catered lunch at Remus is included. 25% donated to Remus.
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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.

The 6 Pillars of the Let Animals Lead® Method of Animal Reiki

In the Let Animals Lead® method, created by Kathleen Prasad, Animal Reiki is defined as holding space for animals through meditation, to support their self-healing. This approach is composed of 6 Pillars of Practice. Kathleen describes these pillars as follows:

1. This method is founded upon traditional Japanese Reiki techniques and philosophy.

Although I learned Reiki initially in 1998, in 2006 I was very excited to learn that Reiki was about meditation and that it was also an internal mindfulness practice, as I had originally learned it as an energy therapy using touch. I loved incorporating the simplicity and power of the Usui Reiki Ryoho meditation-based Reiki system into what I was already doing with animals. So many things I had experienced with animals wanting me to just sit still and hold the space, suddenly fell into place. Since then, I have had hundreds of professional training hours to practice and develop my understanding of these traditional Japanese techniques. These techniques and philosophy are the foundation for my Let Animals Lead® method.