Top Animal Wellness Practitioners to Headline The Conference on Complementary Animal Healing
The two-day Conference on Complementary Animal Healing begins on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at The Holiday Inn in Boxborough, MA, with presentations by Kathleen Prasad, Nan Martin, Sally Morgan, Shirley Moore, Ginger Krantz, and Dr. Randy Caviness.
The first of its kind gathering will include presentations by leading Animal Reiki expert Kathleen Prasad, author of the recently released Reiki for Dogs; Equine Energy Healer Ginger Krantz; Dr. Randy Caviness, DVM, of the Integrative Animal Health Center in Bolton, MA; Denise Bean-Raymond, author of The Illustrated Guide to Holistic Care for Horses; Shirley Moore, founder of the Save A Dog Humane Society in Sudbury, MA; Sally Morgan, a canine and equine physical therapist specializing in craniosacral therapy; and Nan Martin, an authority on the use of therapeutic essential oils to help dogs, cats, and horses resolve physical and emotional issues.
All attendees will receive a complimentary flower essence, as well as product samples from Wholistic Pet Organics, and Elimay, both of which make high-quality supplements to enhance a dog's health, performance, immunity, and longevity. The conference's "goodie bags" with other treats, have been supplied courtesy of the New England Pet Hospice in Sudbury, MA, which offers support services to animals who are ill, disabled, or entering the last stages of their lives.
The cost to attend The Conference on Complementary Animal Healing is $159 for one day or $298 for both days. Students are welcome to come at the reduced rate of $99/day. Registration opens at 8:30am on both days, during which coffee, tea, and light breakfast pastries will be available. The conference's Twitter hashtag is #animalhealingconf.
For more information, contact Maureen Harmonay at MHarmonay@animaltranslations.com.