Connect. Communicate. Heal.
Welcome to Wild Reiki and Shamanic Healing!
I’m Rose De Dan, animal communicator, Reiki Master Teacher, shamanic energy healer, and author. My practice is dedicated to assisting animals and people live happier, healthier lives through connection, communication and energy healing.
Over the years I have encountered many animal teachers and healers—wild and domestic who have issued a call to action for personal and global healing. At their request I build bridges reconnecting the people and the animals through classes, events, storytelling, and photos.
In practice and in partnership with my companion animals, I offer private sessions, and teach classes and workshops in Reiki and shamanism worldwide from Seattle, Washington.
I offer sessions for animals of all species, blending Reiki, shamanism, and animal communication which support the healing process by stimulating wellness, vitality, and balance. Sessions are available by phone consultation.
“Rose has been a godsend for Tucker. She has helped him immensely with his IBD & has helped us get Tucker to a place where he is more comfortable and has a lot more good days and much more energy.”—Andrea Dixon, WA
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Taking a Reiki class may be the single best gift you can give yourself or your loved ones, whether they walk on two legs or four, swim or fly. Reiki energy healing can assist you in supporting your animal companion’s well-being, foster deeper connections with the Other Nations we share this world with, and help facilitate your healing and balance as you walk your path in life. See Calendar for upcoming classes.
Curious about Reiki? In audio What is Reiki? I share some cool, true stories about its benefits for animals and people and answer your questions.
From shamanic classes like Bones, Stones, Feathers and Fur to healing events and ceremonies with Animal Ambassadors at places like Earthfire Institute and the Woodland Park Zoo, we offer a variety of experiences to raise awareness and foster deeper connections with All Our Relations. See Calendar for upcoming classes.
While I often send hospice animals to Rose because I feel like she is very skilled at offering support and comfort during this time, I have also sent younger animals to her when I feel like I was missing something or they just need extra support in a difficult time or during illness.
Regular energy sessions re-energized my 15-year-old dog.
He is now enthusiastic about walks and life in general.
The difference in the quality of Tank’s remaining time with us has been wonderful to witness. We are treasuring every extra moment we have with him…thanks to Rose.
I don't speak much about my pro bono work, especially before ceremony and healing with whoever is next. I'm making an exception because of how the timing of events is…
I was crossing the backyard when I happened to notice the still body of a native Bumble Bee lying in the grass. Gently picking up the small body, I laid…
“Many of us feel a loss of connection, a distancing from the natural world that surrounds and maintains precarious toeholds within our cultivated, civilized areas. And so we bring the natural world into our homes—plants, fountains, dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, fish—to share our space with us. And we do this because it makes us feel good, perhaps not consciously realizing that what we seek is a return to balance, harmony, and connection with All Our Relations.”
—Rose De Dan, from Tails of a Healer: Animals, Reiki and Shamanism