The world is comprised of a universal life force, also known as energy. Everything within the universe runs on vibrational frequencies. This life force has also been referred to as Qi in China, Prana in India, and “The Force” in “Star Wars.” As you may recall, Yoda was teaching young Luke Skywalker to get into touch with himself, to ground his energy and feel everything around him – the universal life force. Energy healing works on the premise of this universal life force in that any disease or illness causes an imbalance in a person’s or animal's energy (mind/body/spirit).
The practice of energy healing works to remove imbalances and blockages, freeing up the flow of energy which is the beginning step towards healing. Holistic healing will then facilitate the healing process through visualizations, intentions, and simply by infusing the person with loving energy. Love is the greatest healing power. Another example of healing energy is the western form of prayer. Many Americans believe prayers have healing powers. Additional modalities include, but are not limited to: Reiki, Craniosacral, Acupressure, Acupuncture, Photonic Light Therapy, Healing Touch, TTouch, Emotional Freedom Technique, some types of Massage, Quantam Touch and many more.
These healing techniques are not intended to be a substitute or replacement for traditional western or veterinary medicine. Kim does NOT attempt to diagnose. Consult with your licensed medical/veterinary practitioner for more information.
"A Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing," defined by William Lee Rand. The word "Rei" has often been defined as universal, but William Lee Rand further describes it as "higher knowledge or spiritual consciousness, the wisdom that comes from God or the Higher Self and is the God-Consciousness which is all-knowing.” The word “Ki” means life energy, same as described above. Thus, meaning universal life force or life energy, or as William Lee Rand describes it as “spiritually guided life energy.”
A gentle hands-on bodywork that restores balance to the animal’s natural body rhythms. The practitioner tunes into the craniosacral rhythm to determine where restrictions are located. Once identified, the practitioner places their hands on the body and palpates the energetic flow (like waves of the ocean) to release the injury/trauma and restore motion, rhythm and balance.
William Sutherland (1873-1954) discovered cranial bones are not fused together but are jointed. Each bone has a slight motion when in proper balance which can be displaced with injury or trauma. This motion is independent of heart rate and breathing and Sutherland called it “the breath of life.” It is the biological energy force (living and breathing) that makes up all the cells of the body. Sutherland also found the sacrum moves in sync with the cranial bones. Hence “the breath of life” is also called the craniosacral rhythm. This rhythm moves between 6 – 8 cycles per minute for horses and has an amplitude of approximately 25 microns (extremely small).
Kim is a gifted Reiki Master Teacher and Certified Equine Craniosacral Therapist. Animal Reiki and Energy Healing for Animals is a wonderful compliment to traditional and alternative healing programs. Kim tunes directly into the animal's vibrational life frequency and identifies the areas where blockages may exist. She works with the intention for animal’s highest good to promote balance within the mind/body/spirit. These types of healing have been proven to reduce stress and alleviate pain in both humans and animals.
Therapy promotes health and balance in the animal. Therapy benefits horses with head injuries/trauma, lameness, stiffness, emotional/behavioral problems, vices (cribbing, stall walking, etc.), head shaking, colic, tying up, facial nerve paralysis, tearing eyes, blocked tear ducts, sinus problems, TMJD (temporal mandibular joint dysfunction), DDSP (dorsal displacement of soft palate), birth traumas and castration.
A session is done remotely and consists of gathering information to help determine where blockages may exist and restoring balance. The animal may experience a variety of sensations that occur during and/or after the session has ended. The length of the session depends on the animal, and it varies from animal to animal.
Equine Craniosacral Therapy with "E"
Equine Craniosacral Therapy with "E"