Searching for Pet Reiki provider? 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 also serves as a dog care and enrichment volunteer for Freedom Service Dogs, helping ease kennel stress by providing energy healing and massage, along with play time, puzzles and grooming.
Reiki is also smart enough to know how much energy, making it impossible to overdose on energy or otherwise cause harm. Think of Reiki for dogs as a natural supplement, kind of like daily vitamins that just so happen to be packed with nutrients.
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 at Reiki for Dogs Anxiety.
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?
Reiki energy can be given to your dog in regularly scheduled intervals or as needed. Because it is a gentle and non-invasive energy modality, it can be used safely with any animal no matter the age, size or breed. Recently I provided Reiki for my client’s dog that was suffering from a chronic ear infection. The veterinarian prescribed some ear ointment that needed to be placed in both ears of their dog twice a day for two weeks. This can be a real challenge when a dog is not feeling well and doesn’t want you to touch it, let alone place a greasy ointment in its ears. I provided Reiki for their dog each day in order to support the dog’s physical healing as well as to provide a calming energy for their dog. This allowed their dog to stay calm during each of the twice-daily ointment treatments and their dog accepted them doing the treatments by lying still during these times.
Canine Massage Puts More “Pep” in Charlie’s Step: You’d never know that Charlie, an athletic spaniel/basset mix, is 12 years old. However, his owner noticed subtle signs of aging and wanted to help improve his muscle tone and make him feel good. “Charlie is a high energy, athletic dog, who does everything at 150 percent. Over the course of his canine massage treatment, I noticed him becoming more and more relaxed and calm, even falling asleep as Gillian worked her magic. Dog massage has also helped Charlie’s athleticism. At twelve years old, he still loves to run and fetch. I believe that these animal massage treatments have helped improve his muscle tone. There’s a lot more “pep in his step,” and he is able to catch the ball on a bounce more often. He just seems happier and I am absolutely thrilled with the outcome.” Source: https://fourpawsholistictherapy.com/.