BodyTalk for Animals

What would the world be like without our animal companions?  It is hard to think of as they provide so much richness and love to our lives.

This love for our animal friends led to the development of BodyTalk for Animals. It is similar to BodyTalk yet specified for the animal kingdom; both domestic and wild.

 

BodyTalk for Animals is a holistic approach to your animal’s well being and works to uncover the root cause of physical, mental or emotional imbalances.  Often it is hard to define what is going on with our animals and BodyTalk for Animals will reveal the story behind why they are sick, behaving strangely or acting out.

Whether your animal is experiencing soreness or discomfort, residue from past emotional trauma or behaving unusually, this holistic method for healing can help restore harmony and balance.

BodyTalk for Animals complements your animal’s current veterinary care by accelerating physical healing plus alleviating issues such as stress, fear, separation anxiety and undesirable behaviors.

Healing occurs when inner systems in the body communicate, synchronize and balance.  BodyTalk for Animals works the same as it does on humans; safe, non-invasive, gentle, and tailored to the unique needs of your animal.

Find out more information on How it Works.

or watch the What is BodyTalk? video.

The session is relaxing for your animal, informative for you and very effective for even the most seemingly impossible physical and/or behavioral issues.

Sessions are done by “short-distance”, there is no hands-on contact
with the animal, thus making it safe for the animal and the BodyTalk for Animals practitioner.

Should you not be able to meet in person
Distance Sessions are available as well.

BodyTalk for Animals can help with:

  • Change of Residence
  • Digestive Issues
  • Allergies
  • Acceleration of Healing
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Fear & Trauma
  • Aggression
  • New animal in the home or herd
  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Respiratory Problems
  • Indoor Marking
  • Cancer
  • Transition/ end of life

There is no limitation to just treating domestic animals; all animals can benefit.

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