Searching for Reiki for dogs specialist? Meet Gillian, a certified Canine Therapeutic Massage Therapist (CTMT) Advanced Canine Massage Therapist (ACMT) and a member of International Association of Animal Massage & Body Works (IAAMB). She is working with other practitioners and the animal’s veterinarians to achieve optimal physical, mental and emotional health and well-being.
Dog massage gives your dog your love! It increases the bond you already have with your dog. Those regular dog massage sessions are also a great way to do a weekly wellness check to assess any changes in your dog’s health. Is there a new lump or bump? Is there a sore that won’t heal? Does your dog flinch when you touch a particular spot? By detecting problems earlier, you can alert your veterinarian and thus nip a more serious problem in the bud. You’re giving your dog a gift of something that they cannot do for themselves, like treat their paws, or rub their neck. They can’t tell you “it itches here, it hurts here.” But through dog massage, you can learn to read signals and notice changes with an educated eye.
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Dog Reiki hand positions aren’t extremely different from human hand configurations, simply modified. At a basic level, you want to match hand positions on both sides of the dog, starting at the shoulders and working your way down their body at energy points (chakras). For an injury or ailment, you can also put your hands together, thumbs touching, and focus on the particular area or organ affected.
Using Reiki as a complimentary therapy at a veterinarian’s office is an excellent way to help ease the increased stress level your dog may experience while at the office. Reiki can also help your dog heal emotionally and physically from any treatments that may have to be performed once you return home. If your dog has had surgery, Reiki can help the overall healing process. I work with several veterinarians, both remotely and at animal hospitals, to assist dogs during the office visit and after the dog returns home. When I perform a Reiki session at a veterinarian’s office or off-site location, I will try to make the room as comfortable as possible. I dim the lights, provide a comfortable bed for them to lie in if they wish and maybe softly play meditation music. It is important that everyone is open to the energy healing and remain relaxed. This includes the dog, their human companion and me.
Reiki Energy Healing Helps Bring Peace to Percy and his Family. When 2-year old Percy wasn’t acting like his usual self, his owner wasn’t sure what was going on. After finding out from the vet that he had health issues, she wanted to check in with her dog to help him relax and heal. “Gillian Edwards is an amazing animal healer and communicator! I asked for her help with my 2-year old dog Percy and I was astounded with her ability to articulate his personality and help our family understand him on a deeper level. He is my brave little knight in white armor! Gillian also conducted a healing session for Percy and I could see the relief and calm she brought to him. Thank you Gillian, for helping Percy and our family heal together!” Source: https://fourpawsholistictherapy.com/.