Love for your best friend: Mind Body Institute’s Animal Reiki

I’d heard it called everything from “a life changer” to “the emperor’s new clothes” before I tried Reiki, and now only think of it as pure, unadulterated love. I can’t recommend Rosanna from Mind Body Institute in Richmond Road’s healing hands enough, and she and her partner Ben are now also treating animals.
An incredibly simple practice. Reiki is a method of hands on healing which originated in Japan at the turn of the 20th century. Reiki practitioners channel energy in a particular pattern to heal and harmonise. Unlike other healing therapies based on the premise of a human energy field, Reiki seeks to restore order to the body where vital energy has become unbalanced. Reiki Massage energy has several basic effects; it brings about deep relaxation and peace, disperses negative energy blockages, detoxifies and purifies the system, provides a new vitality and radiance in the form of healing universal life energy, and increases the vibration frequency of the body.
Rosanna tells me that Reiki is ideal for use with animals as it is gentle and non-invasive. It does not cause stress, discomfort, or pain, and yet yields powerful results. Animals respond intuitively to Reiki's power to heal emotional, behavioural, and physical illnesses and injuries.
A very special treat for your best friend, Reiki is great for animals that are healthy, helping to maintain their health and wellbeing, enhancing relaxation and providing an emotional sense of peace and contentment.
For animals that are ill, Reiki is a wonderful healing method as well as a safe complement to Western medicine, Chinese medicine, homeopathy, flower essences, and all other forms of healing. For example, Reiki can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy, support an acupuncture treatment, and enhance the effects of flower essences.
For dying animals, Reiki is a powerful yet gentle way to provide comfort, relief from pain, fear, and anxiety, and to ease the transition to death.
If you take caring for your furry family members seriously then I recommend a trip to see Rosanna and Ben for a consultation – it’s a life changer, I tell you!


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