As a certified equine massage therapist I work closely with veterinarians, farriers, equine chiropractors and horse owners to offer the best body work I can to help the horses be the best they can. Deep tissue work or a gentle massage can assist your horse in healing injuries or simply performing at their highest.
In addition to massage therapy, for nearly two decades I have also had the privilege of working with people from all walks of life to help them better understand the needs of the animals in their lives. I offer personalized animal communication phone consultations worldwide to help promote harmony and create solutions towards healing.
Over the years I have facilitated communications during end of life transitions, new home environments, health crises and behavioral issues such as animal aggression and separation anxiety.
“I have seen nothing less than profound improvement in Sierra’s aggressive tendencies. We spent this past weekend with family and friends who all have dogs, which up to now has meant excluding Sierra. This weekend, however, I was so impressed by her turn-around (as was everyone who witnessed her prior behavior) that I was actually close to tears. I am so grateful for your guidance.” – C.J.
My experience over the years has shown that people contact me when they are unclear, confused or are having doubts about what is best for their animal companion(s). Regardless of whether the animal is injured, dis-eased, feels displeasure with a family member or another animal, undergoes behavioral or temperament changes, becomes inattentive, starts peeing in inappropriate places, or is ready to pass over, people call me to help them better understand what the animal is experiencing and what they desire.
I have found that hearing an animal's wishes does a great deal to bring about resolution and there are also times when humans are challenged by the requests of the animal. For example, an animal may need someone in the household to change their thinking or behavior, or resolve personal blockages in order to bring about harmony. In other instances an animal may be ready to pass over, to be free of a body riddled with illness, but their human companion may not feel ready to let them go. Regardless of circumstance, I find animals provide invaluable information for everyone involved, offering wise teachings from a non-human perspective.
My responsibility as an animal communicator is to be as neutral and clear as possible so that I can convey what the animals wish to share and relate the needs of the people to the animal. My focus is to hold an intermediary space so that the human-as-caregiver can make the best possible decisions based on the animal's input and requests. Sometimes this means humans must surrender into places in themselves that bring up discomfort, and yet, offer beautiful healing opportunities.