Did you know that our amazing pets love Reiki? Just like people, Reiki can help pets of all kinds: dogs, cats, birds, horses etc. with both chronic and acute physical conditions as well as emotionally based issues. Reiki can assist your pet in adjusting to a new home or family member; relieve anxiety and emotional stress, such as separation anxiety; ease and soothe physical ailments such as arthritis, digestive disorders, cancer; as well as support pre and post-surgery, vet visits and terminal conditions. These are just a few.
Kelly has experience working with dogs and cats, and currently has two dogs that are both rescues. Just recently she assisted both or her elderly cats to transitioning peacefully at home with Reiki. As well, when her second dog was added to the family, Reiki helped the new addition to settle in and let go of the anxiety she suffered. You can read the full story here. In June of 2013 Kelly also completed "The Animal Reiki Workshop: Core Curriculum" with Kathleen Prasad of Animal Reiki Source and author of Reiki for Dogs and Animal Reiki.
Reiki sessions with pets are generally done remotely (distance healing) and are generally 30 minutes in length plus 15 minutes of consultation time with the owner via email or telephone. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a session. To assist Kelly with connecting with your pet, please email a .jpg image of your pet as well.
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Disclaimer: All Spiritual healing sessions with Kelly Kiss are for personal and spiritual growth purposes only. Kelly is not a medical doctor and therefore she does not diagnose medical conditions. Her sessions are not a substitute for advice or treatment that you would normally receive from a professional such as a doctor, lawyer, psychiatrist or financial advisor. It is advised that clients in crisis first seek professional help.