Healing Your Animal Connection
Healing Vibrations to You and Your Animals!
Puppy with Leaf Photo by Josh Hild from Pexels
I love the color of the fall leaves. The trees are beautiful. The ground is beautiful around the trees where the leaves have fallen.
I have the benefit of not having to clean up the leaves, so I enjoy the beauty without the mess.
My two (2) loves, Spirit and Sapphire, are hanging out on their stand next to the fireplace watching me create this newsletter for you.
This newsletter is helping your precious cats and dogs with natural pain relief as they may be moving a little slower with the cooler/colder weather.
Spirit and Sapphire enjoying their cat stand by the fire
B60 Acupressure point: known as aspirin point
It relieves pain throughout the body.
- B 60 is located midway between the lateral malleolus (outer ankle bone) and the Achilles tendon on cats and dogs
- Lightly press B 60 with your index or middle finger: pressure the weight of a nickel
- Hold for 30 seconds (or shorter if your pet moves away)
- Hold the point on the other ankle too.
- Notice if your pet shifts his physical demeanor.
Uncle Fester the cat chilling after his massage
|Uncle Fester has arthritis and had been walking with a gimp/limp. His guardian has Uncle Fester receive massages to help him naturally reduce pain and ease mobility.|
Here Uncle Fester is relaxing after his massage where he is feeling and walking better.
|Private Sessions Available|
|It is fall. The weather is cooler/colder. If your cat, your dog is having more difficulty walking, getting up or moving more slowly, I invite you to reach out and together we will set up a plan of support that helps your animal feel better and move with more ease and flexibility. |
Remote Zoom sessions are available.
We will find a time convenient for you to talk within the next 2 weeks.
|Dedicated to you and your animal's healing,|
Today: B60 Acupressure point: known as aspirin point
If your animal is having more difficulty walking, getting up or moving more slowly, I invite you to reach out and together we will set up a plan of support that helps your animal feel better and move with more ease and flexibility.
Simply click this link below, select the time slot that works with your calendar, fill in your name, email and phone number.
I look forward to connecting with you!