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Equine Reiki

I was privileged to train under Sarah Berrisford of Epona Equine Reiki Centre, and hold my

Equine Reiki Masters qualification.

I am fully insured to practice on any horse.

 

Horses respond beautifully to Reiki and if they have regular sessions, they are able to show me exactly where they would like the energy!

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How can Reiki help my horse?
 

Any horse can benefit from a course of Reiki treatments, regardless of age or state of health, and beneficial changes can take place over a fairly short space of time.
Reiki helps get the body into the best possible state to
promote healing, and some of the problems or areas that Reiki has been found to help with are:

Aiding recovery of physical injuries (tendons/ ligaments etc);  

Sweet Itch;  Laminitis;

Box walking;

Competition stress (for horse and rider!);

Performance;

Wind sucking; Cribbing;

Owner/horse relationship;

Loading problems;

Appetite loss;  Separation Anxiety;

Grief; Trauma;

Changing yards/owner;

Emotional issues.

How is Reiki given to my horse?

 

I ask that your  is in a space where they feel comfortable and where they can either move closer to me or further aware from me as they wish. I will also ask your permission to play some quiet music as I have found that this not only helps settle the horse, but also reduces the impact that noise from a busy yard can have!

 

I will always start a session from a distance, allowing the animal to come to me when they are ready. Usually by the end of the session, the animal is moving their body so that they show me the areas that they would like energy!

It is worth noting that horses respond beautifully to Reiki, and there isn't always a need for Reiki to  be given 'hands on'. Similarly, the length of the session is dictated by the horse. I allow an hour, however some sessions can be slightly shorted, and some longer, depending on what the horse wants.

Cost of a session:

Each session is £50, unless there is more than one horse to be treated at a yard, in which case the cost reduces to £40 per horse.

* Please be aware that the duration of the session is governed by your horse and can be anything from half an hour to an hour and a half! The norm tends to be an hour *

Mileage:

I do not charge mileage.

Payment is due at the end of the treatment and can be either by card or by bank transfer.

Please give 24 hours notice of cancellation.

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