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Become an Animal Reiki Level I Certified Therapist
By: Healing Your Animal
Reiki is a form of energy healing that helps alleviate physical, emotional, mental and spiritual stress. It is a way to balance your energy to it's healthiest state.
In 2010, Dr. Oz announced Reiki as #1 alternative healing modality.
Why Reiki for Animals?
Reiki has the same healing benefits for animals and humans..
Reiki Master/Teacher, Vicki Draper, is a highly regarded modern-day Dr. Dolittle and author in the Seattle area supporting animals with wellness during every stage of your animal's life. Vicki works with 4-legged and 2-legged, claws and paws with calming anxious animals, natural pain relief, surgery recovery and transitioning. She serves clients locally, nationally and internationally.
As a licensed massage practitioner, certified acupressurist and Reiki/Master teacher for people and animals, Vicki likes empowering the animal guardian with tools and techniques to help their pet benefit with optimum health on a regular basis.
Vicki teaches Animal Reiki – Level I for beginners desiring to have a healing touch connection with their pets and other animals. Reiki promotes deeper bonding between people and their animals.
Animal Reiki Level I Class will be held at Natural Pet Pantry, 10600 NE 68th Street Ste D, Kirkland, WA 98033 Saturday January 20th 10:00am – 6:00pm.
· Reiki attunement with Reiki Level I healing energies
· Reiki self-care techniques
· Reiki for animal techniques supporting animals with wellness, aging gracefully, reducing pain, illness, injury and surgery recovery support
· Reiki Level I certification
People are invited to bring their well-behaved dogs to class.
Cat guardians and dog guardians unable to bring their pets are welcome. They will work with dogs available in class and practice on their own animals when returning home.
For licensed human massage therapists, you receive 7 CEU credits for attending this class.
Class size is limited to keep the learning personalized.
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