Explore the healing power of touch for your dog

Maureen Terrey of EarthAnimals works with Sandy using the healing power of touch, which she will teach in her Energy Basics Workshop for Dogs on Wednesday, July 26. She wants you to know that enhancing health and wellness is within your grasp. In her classes she teaches how to work within electromagnetic fields surrounding the body to cultivate overall wellness for animals.

Working with animals is simply a natural extension of energy work for people. Maureen uses specific techniques to balance energies in and around the body, supporting the body in healing itself on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels. This workshop introduces holistic concepts to assist with injuries, illness and surgeries, wound healing, behavioral problems and stress-related issues. You can improve the quality of life NOW by learning some basic ways to prevent problems.

Trained in healing arts, Maureen loves sharing knowledge. Her intention is to empower people to do the work themselves, by allowing them the experience of making a difference to the health of their animal family, to themselves, and to others.

The Energy Basics for Dogs Workshops are limited to five people, with one dog each, and will help people discover how to enhance wellness using their own hands.

“The bond that develops between the human and the animal after working together is especially profound,” Terrey said. “This type of energy work is meant to be shared, not only with your pets, but with your family and friends as well. I want to open people to new possibilities and show them that each of us has the power within to make a difference.”

Energy Basics Level 1 Workshop for Dogs is scheduled for July 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bosleys in Courtenay, 3185 Cliffe Ave. Cost is $49 with only five spaces available per workshop. Pre-register at 250-338-2890.

View Workshop info. on EarthAnimals Facebook page, email earthanimalswellness@gmail.com

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