Sue talks to Lynne Statham about her healing work
How did start your animal healing business?
I approached lots of local livery yards and vets, and had a mixed response to complEmentary therapy and/or did not understand
Uckfield FM interviewed me and I have had ads in local magazines. I am always looking for opportunities to promote healing.
Does it work on all animals, and all problems, regardless of age?
Yes it does work on any animal, whatever the problem, but the amount of treatment required depends on the nature and complexity of the problem or illness.
How Does it work?
Healing stimulates energy in the body and rebalances it. It can work particularly well in older animals as it usually gives them a boost of energy.
Hotspots in the body are a good indication of where problem areas lie. Most animals are very receptive to healing, but in cases where an animal appears to be stressed, I wait till it settles into relaxation before continuing. During treatment they often fall asleep.
Healing is a complementary therapy – I work with physiotherapists and vets for the wellbeing of the animal. Healing is not a substitute for
veterinary advice and this should be sought initially in all cases.’
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