should I have my horse treated?
Energy Balancing almost always increases range of motion. An exception is when the animal has sore feet. If your horse is moving stiffly to one side or the other or is not giving you the gait you know he has, then having him treated could really help. Energy balancing helps sore muscles, releases muscle spasms, helps the system to function better and much more. If your horse is not functioning optimally, then energy balancing may help. How do you know if your horse is sore? Run your fingers down both sides of the spine. If you feel tightness or see a muscle reflex or if your horse shows soreness, then you will know. Run your fingers down the ribs of your horses and look for muscle reflexes. Energy balancing can also help horses recuperating from sickness or injury. The lasers are very effective in decreasing healing time.
If possible, I like to treat horse once a week for 3 weeks. The first treatment can do a lot to make the animal more comfortable and move more fluidly. However, muscles have a memory. A second and third treatment can help to keep the muscles from going back into their compromised state. Dr. Inman’s VNIT calls for a protocol of day 1, 7, 14, 21, 42, 74 and then once a month. Clients who have had their horses treated this often have been very pleased with their ability to stay sound and happy. For horses that are on a heavy training or competitive schedule, regular treatments enhance their performance. Treatment after surgery or illness can enhance comfort and decrease healing time.
Treatments can help them feel more comfortable and increase their range of motion. They can help them heal more rapidly after surgery. VNIT can help dogs with incontinence and lameness.
Reiki energy works on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. It is a very relaxing and healing energy. Because of the integrating quality of the energy, clients say it often helps them think more clearly. A Reiki treatment can accelerate healing time after surgery or during an illness. It can help reduce sleeping disorders.
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