Kimberly Freeman Healings
For Appointments call: 916-837-3235
Reiki for Pets; Equine, Canine, and Feline
Reiki for Pets
Are your pets feeling achy, seem off in some way, suffering
from an ailment? Let me help them feel their old self again
with the use of Reiki Energy Healing.
What is Reiki?
'rei'=universal 'ki'=life energy
Reiki (pronounced as 'raykey') is a spiritual healing art – the practice of transmitting healing energy through the hands. Reiki is a subtle and effective form of energy healing which brings about healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Reiki is based on the philosophy that there is a universal energy that supports the body's inherent self- healing abilities. Reiki Practitioners seek to access this energy, allowing it to flow to the body and facilitate the healing process.
Reiki can be used in conjunction with your veterinary physician treatments. Reiki is recommended for treating pain, anxiety and behavioral problems. The therapy is calming and relaxing and may help an agitated animal become a more acceptable pet.
A typical treatment
Reiki sessions are done in a place where your pet is comfortable. Equines are done in their paddocks. Canines and felines who travel well may have a session in my office. If the canine or feline does not travel well, then I will come to their home.
Reiki treatments start with the practitioner placing their hands on your pet in various positions. The hands are usually kept still for 3 to 5 minutes before moving to the next position. The hand positions usually give a general coverage of the head, the front and back of the torso, and the legs. A treatment can last from 20 to 40 minutes. Reiki is gentle, painless and non-invasive and most pets falls to sleep while the session is taking place. A state of deep relaxation, combined with a general feeling of well-being is usually the most noticeable immediate effect of the treatment.
During the Reiki session, I provide Chakra Clearing for the pet as well.
Reiki is not a one time fix all treatment. Reiki is like any other therapy, it may take a few sessions to get your pet back to his/her better self.