Learn to Meditate with your Pet
Building better bodies, brains and bonds with Animal Reiki!
Animal Reiki consists of Japanese meditations that stimulate the para-sympathetic part of the human and the animal brain. The result is deep relaxation, stress reduction, and a deeper bond with your pet. I am a Level three Animal Reiki practitioner and an Animal Reiki teacher trainer in the LetAnimalsLead © method. I am available to offer Reiki to your animal or to teach you in Santa Barbara, CA. and also on zoom. Long distance Animal Reiki is $60 for an hour. Subscription pricing is available upon request. Meditation class is $60 an hour in person or on zoom. Animal Reiki in person certification is $400 per person. You must commit to 12 hours of class time and additional homework and practice time. Students receive a 250 page manual and ongoing support form the Let Animals Lead© teacher training community. Upon certification will be approved to join the
SARA (Shelter Animal Reiki Association).
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Group Reiki Meditation with Equine,- Sage
In the LetAnimalsLead© method of Animal Reiki, we give the animal agency. They are free to come and go, to seek out touch or not, to eat or drink, lay down or stand.
Misha's intention for learning Animal Reiki is to help her in her pet profession as a dog groomer. When she is grooming a dog that is nervous or aggressive she can create the 'reiki space'.
Misha and Sage after the session
When we meditate together bonds are built between us and the animals, and with each other.
Sage, Misha and Gon
Reiki for Rescued Horses
Their stories and how LetAnimalsLead Reiki helps
We think that Savannah was a race horse because of the faded numbers tattooed in her mouth. She had been bred and she had been shackled in a yard and starved. She has PTSD and can not always control her aggression towards humans. Today she shared Reiki with me and came very close with kind and welcoming eyes.
Rocky was a therapeutic riding horse who was going to be put down because of his extreme food aggression. He is now in Sanctuary, but still has the habit of being food aggressive. Today he was able to "sit in Reiki", and let go of his habit of always 'patroling' the feeder, and moving the other horses away. Just like us, it is a relief for animals to forget about their habits and stress based behaviors for a while.
Diego was abandoned before he was rescued. Because of his scars, we think he was caught in barbed wire at some point. We know he has some PTSD. When the group sits in Reiki he feels safe enough to lay down in the middle of the group!