Reiki offers a multitude of potential benefits for all pets including, but not limited to:
- Alleviating anxiety, stress, nervousness and producing a state of calm
- Increasing energy levels and overall well-being and boost immune system
- Supplementing medical treatments
- Helping to heal after surgery, injury, or trauma
- Relieving aches, pains, strains, and allergies
- Addressing issues with the coat, skin, or feathers
- Getting pets through depression or bereavement through the loss of a caregiver or other pet
- Strengthen the bond between you and your pet
- Ease pain
- Remove emotional or psychological blocks that are impeding physical health
- Reduce stress and promote relaxation
- Enhance well-being
Beth is a nationally licensed emergency medical technician. She has experience serving as an EMT on ambulances, as well as working in a hospital setting as an emergency room technician. After spending time in the emergency medicine field, Beth decided her skills would be better used to facilitate healing as a Reiki practitioner. She holds Reiki 1, 2 & master certifications, in addition to Animal Reiki 1 & 2 certification from The International Center for Reiki Training.
Beth offers traditional in-person Reiki in her office, as well as distance Reiki and will also travel to your home/office/facility. She offers Reiki for all types and sizes of animals. Beth has a compassion for animals of all shapes and sizes and is comfortable meeting everything from furry friends to feathered friends and reptiles.
Beth brings a solid background in traditional medicine to her Reiki practice. Beth’s understanding of anatomy, physical and emotional challenges, and treatments, gives her a unique ability to think outside of modern medicine to look at traditional Japanese healing for alternative answers. Beth completely supports modern medicine, but firmly believes Reiki is an amazing and effective compliment to veterinary direction.
“The NCBI has even found through studies that, “Reiki is a safe and gentle “complementary” therapy that activates the parasympathetic nervous system to heal body and mind. It has potential for broader use in management of chronic health conditions, and possibly in postoperative recovery.”
Beth has been surrounded by animals her whole life. Beth and her family currently enjoy 3 dogs, an indoor bunny, a cockatiel and 2 dwarf rats. Oh, and of course some fish. Beth trained her great pyrenees, Buzz, to be a therapy dog. Beth and Buzz love visiting hospitals and colleges spreading joy, offering comfort and reducing stress for many patients, students, hospital workers and university staff. It’s one more way in which Beth stays connected to healing.
Please Note: Reiki is meant to be used as a complement to traditional care or as a personal relaxation or stress-reducing tool. It is not a substitute for qualified medical or traditional care
Beth and Buzz Reiki is insured and an LLC.