Searching for Animal communicator Colorado? Meet Gillian, a certified Canine Therapeutic Massage Therapist (CTMT) Advanced Canine Massage Therapist (ACMT) and a member of International Association of Animal Massage & Body Works (IAAMB). She is working with other practitioners and the animal’s veterinarians to achieve optimal physical, mental and emotional health and well-being.
We all love petting our dogs, so why not turn it into a great massage session? Spending quality time with your dog (or each of your dogs, if you have more than one) is important to keep your bond strong. We want our dogs to trust us with their lives as we provide for them, so making them feel comfortable being around us is important. Even the most independent dogs wants to spend time with their humans, and most dogs love a good scratch or belly rub. Why not turn it into some quality massage time?
Certified Karuna and Reiki Master, Gillian Edwards, skillfully invites universal life force energy to pass through her into the animal—to open blocks that cause illness, fear and emotional rigidity. Her years of experience in practicing Reiki on both humans and animals, provide a source of deep relaxation, stress reduction and healing through balance. While Gillian stresses that Reiki should never replace conventional veterinary medicine, she can provide healing energy to complement traditional and alternative animal medical treatment, as well as help with an animal’s emotional and spiritual well-being. Read extra details on https://fourpawsholistictherapy.com/reiki-energy-healing.
A session of Reiki for dogs is a bit different. For starters, dogs aren’t usually apt to hop up on a massage table and lie quietly on their back for an hour. They may also prefer to receive Reiki from a distance, like across the room, rather than have the practitioner touch them. A good way to start is for the practitioner to sit on the floor with the dog in the room. Invite the dog to share in the Reiki session if the dog so desires.
Before selecting a Reiki practitioner, you would need to determine whether an in-person or remote healing session would be best for your dog. Of note is that Reiki can be done remotely only by a level three Reiki Master. To become a Reiki Master you first need to be attuned by an existing Reiki Master, learn all of the activation symbols and practice for many months or years to get comfortable and confident with the process. However, a level one or level two Reiki practitioner can provide in-person, hands-on healing. Because Reiki consists of the same Universal Life Energy that makes every living thing alive, any living thing can be helped by Reiki energy. Reiki works throughout the body and each chakra to create a positive energy flow and remove any energy blockages that may exist.
Canine Massage Helps Calm Coco: Many of us know how stressful it is to have work done on our homes. Sometimes, it can be even worse for our pets. Already a bit cautious, Coco was quite anxious after living through a recent home remodel. “Gillian has been amazing with our dog Coco. He is very cautious around people and it takes him a while to warm up to them. Also, Coco has been disturbed by a recent home remodel. Even under these circumstances, Gillian managed to get through to Coco, gaining his trust. At the first appointment, Coco would not let Gillian touch his paws or back half, but through communication and sensitivity, she made great progress and is now able to fully massage Coco. Thanks to Gillian, we see positive changes in Coco’s disposition. She also gave us some tips on how to continue to calm Coco.” Source: https://fourpawsholistictherapy.com/.