Are you an animal lover?
Do you have pets or animal companions of any species?
Do you volunteer at a shelter or work in a vet office?
If so, taking a Reiki class can help you, help them.
Training in Reiki can also assist you in restoring or maintaining your good health and spiritual and emotional growth. And the benefits don’t stop there, after taking a class in Reiki you will also be able to assist family members, friends, and other loved ones with their challenges – mental, emotional, physical and spiritual.
“What A Wonderful Experience” – Reiki for the Whole Family
“My husband and I took this class together. Friends referred me to Rose and I am so very grateful that they did. Rose is patient, kind and loving as a person and a teacher…I use Reiki on myself and have done a couple of sessions on our son and on our dogs. We also have two guinea pigs who are very chatty when we come into the room now. Our dogs seem to want to be with us more and more and love to just lay at our feet now more than before. It also seems that more wildlife comes to our yard than before the class. It was a great experience and I am looking forward to more classes with Rose.”
—Sandra Gleason, Port Orchard, WA
Reiki is the gift that keeps on giving, with benefits that last a lifetime. Imagine being able to accelerate healing when sick, being able to relieve the pain of an injury, heal feelings of anger, fear, grief, or decrease discomfort after surgery!
“The Reiki Revolution” – Reiki for People and Animals
“Working with Rose De Dan has been a revolutionary force in the life of my family, which includes me, my husband, and our three cats. I started seeing Rose when I had then-undiagnosed chronic Lyme disease. The disease was affecting our entire household. I was sick, my husband was caring for me, and our cats were really stressed out.
“All of us–humans and animals–have greatly benefited by sessions with Rose. I’ve been able to better understand my feline companions, and we’ve figured out ways of making this difficult time easier on everyone.
“My husband and I, having seen the benefits of Reiki, also have taken Reiki I – III classes. I would without hesitation say that the energetic healing this has brought into our lives has been the most helpful component of my healing journey. The applications are far-reaching. Sometimes we use Reiki to address an immediate problem–if I’m too nauseated to eat, for example. Ten minutes of Reiki is often all it takes to have me up and nibbling on dinner! My husband frequently says that he’s so happy to have Reiki, because he can actually do something to help me when I’m ill, instead of just watching me suffer.
“Reiki has also been wonderful to address the the more macroscopic issues of chronic illness. It’s brought emotional balancing to our lives, and we are able to offer it to our cats as well–thereby greatly decreasing the amount of stress-related behaviors, like spraying. We use Reiki to energetically clean and balance the house, to help us focus on making difficult decisions, and to bring a healing element to everyday actions. In short, we use Reiki all the time, in many facets of our lives. It’s fantastic to have it literally at our fingertips!”
—Anna Lesiecki and Family, Seattle, WA
Reiki Classes in Seattle
In these class you will learn the basics of energy healing as well as how to create a soul to soul connection with animals. Classes are offered on an ongoing basis for all levels of Reiki from beginner to advanced at our home office located in Alki. Visit our website for more information on the benefits of Reiki or to register. We also offer We also private phone mentoring/coaching sessions for Reiki practitioners and professionals with a private practice.
Think Outside the Cage
Rose De Dan, Wild Reiki and Shamanic Healing LLC, is a mesa carrier in the Peruvian Q’ero tradition. In addition she is also a Reiki Master Teacher, animal communicator, author of the acclaimed book Tails of a Healer: Animals, Reiki and Shamanism, and creator of Animal and Reiki Art. As an animal shaman, she views her role as a healer as one of building bridges between people and animals, and of empowering them to reconnect with Pachamama, Mother Earth.
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