Kate Sorensen, a Reiki Level 2 practitioner, offers both distance and in-person sessions for your animal companions and you . She is SARA (Shelter Animal Reiki Association) member.
Growing up on a farm in South Dakota allowed Kate to spend many happy hours outside with the animals and with nature, fostering her connection to the world and building respect for all life.
Kate currently resides in beautiful Bozeman, Montana where she enjoys hiking, gardening, cooking, volunteering at the local raptor conservation center, and spending time with her mastiff and family.
What is Animal Reiki?
Animal Reiki is approached differently than a human session would be. A human session usually consists of a series of hand positions lightly placed on the body. Animal Reiki is quite often done several feet away and the animal has the choice to come closer for a hands-on session or to simply lie down several feet away. Animals may walk around during a session, leave and re-enter the room, or even get a drink of water.
In Person and Distance Sessions
Reiki is a noninvasive form of energy healing that balances the body emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. It works on the whole body, mind and spirit. It is not a system of religious beliefs and is not considered a religion. Reiki is used by many people from various backgrounds. During a Reiki session, natural healing vibrations are transmitted through the hands of a Reiki practitioner (acting as a conduit) to the body of the recipient. The purpose of a Reiki session is to relieve stress and pain, induce relaxation, release emotional blockages, accelerate natural healing, and balance subtle bodies energies. Reiki is used to complement both Western and Eastern medicine, naturopathy, homeopathy, and flower essences.
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