A n i m a l H e a l i n g
Animals enjoy and benefit immensely from energy healing therapy, a safe, non-invasive and effective treatment that brings homeostasis back to the animal, improving wellness and their own quality of life. A holistic therapy such as energy healing treats the being as a whole; physically, mentally emotionally and spiritually as opposed to just the symptoms.
Combining Reiki energy and crystal healing during an intuitive treatment, Ross Cooper (Rosca Holistic Health) has many years experience as a healer with extensive knowledge from within the animal industry, specifically equine, canine and feline behaviour.
This helps in the interpretation of the subtle 'release' signals between the different species, and ensures each individual will be in safe healing hands.
Each animal will respond differently, with these responses naturally varying between individual and species. There are multiple benefits to your pet receiving an energy treatment, including:
Creating a state of calm and relaxation
Emotional and trauma release
Removal of energy blockages
Relief of physical pain and ailments
Depression and anxiety
Complimenting prescribed and holistic therapies
Reduction of medicinal side-effects
Aids and accelerates the bodies self-healing abilities
Release of stress, tension and negative energy
Supporting the immune system
Healing treatments are given in your pets own environment, with each animal given the freedom of movement at liberty to allow communication to be both effective and willing. Movement can mean they have taken what they need from a treatment, but not always so; sometimes this can be to present and redirect the healer to the area of which they need the healing. Visions or 'images' are sometimes experienced when connected during a treatment, however this is not to be confused with animal communication.
Animal Healing - £35
(+ travel expenses outside of a 5 mile radius)
To book a healing treatment for your pet, contact here today
Animal healing can not be used as a substitute for medical diagnosis, medical treatment or behavioural therapy. Medical diagnosis, medical advice and medical treatment can not be given. If you believe your pet to be ill, contact your local. veterinarian