The Animal Healing Practice

The Animal Healing Practice I am a qualified animal healer and communicator and a graduate of the Asentia College of Animal Heal I feel privileged to be able to help animals in this way.

Animal healing is a non-invasive complementary therapy, suitable for a wide range of physical and emotional conditions. It can also work very well alongside manual therapies (for example, physiotherapy) and in conjunction with on-going veterinary treatment. Healing does not provide a diagnosis and veterinary consent must be obtained before treatment commences. I am passionate about animal welfare

and believe that when an animal has a problem, as custodians, we owe it to that animal to appraise its entire lifestyle and husbandry, and endeavour to uncover the cause of the problem. For me, animal healing is very powerful as a complementary therapy, because it works with the animal’s own innate ability to heal itself and is readily accepted by all animals without any force or stress. My approach is warm, supportive and professional.


Hugo belongs to Kerry and Abbie Coughtrey. Before they bought him, he had been through several homes in quick succession, and lost his trust in humans. He also has some worries about his body.
Kerry and Abbie have done a fantastic job, helping him to feel safe and allowing him to settle down. In his healing session, Hugo was able to release a large amount of undischarged stress and adrenaline from the past, and it was a very humbling experience to share the healing space with him as he completely relaxed. ❤️


Some lovely feedback received :
“I rode Marmite today, for the first time since you treated her, and she was wonderful. I took onboard all of your insights and she was so much happier and calmer. We also felt a lot more in sync. Thank you so very much “

The passing of our pets is an incredibly sad time.Often it can be the case that we have to make a difficult decision on ...

The passing of our pets is an incredibly sad time.
Often it can be the case that we have to make a difficult decision on their behalf, to prevent their suffering.
This can be a great burden to bear, but also it is a deep act of love, to let them go at the right time.
There are often conflicting feelings of fear and guilt, alongside the deeper knowing that it necessary to make sure that an ending is stress free as possible. I have been through this myself and it is part of my work to help other custodians who are faced with the same tough decisions.
Amongst all the sadness, there will always be gifts, and sometimes, it is not until we are face to face with the fragility of life, that we are most deeply touched by the depth and strength of love, especially the love that is unconditionally and freely given to us by our animals, even when they themselves are about to pass.





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