Offering Reiki To A Horse (And Cat)


Today’s post comes from Kathleen Prasad, who was our featured practitioner in the very first post in this series (Alternative Healing Modality: Reiki). I went into more detail about what Reiki is and how it works in that post so I won’t repeat it here, but just quickly for those who are unfamiliar with it: […]

Acupressure Case Study – Allergy Relief For A Horse


Today we have a guest post that talks about an ailment I think many animal owners can relate to – allergies. In this case study, the practitioner uses acupressure (which I have described in more depth in my earlier “Alternative Healing Modality: Acupressure” post) to provide allergy relief for a horse. Yes, horses have allergies too. […]

Alternative Healing Modality: Bach Flower Remedies


Todays post is about the Bach Flower Remedies, a set of 38 essences that can help with all sorts of emotional issues in both people and animals. We have been using Rescue Remedy, a 5-flower “emergency” essence blend, for years now and it really does work. We use it for ourselves in times of stress, […]

Featured School: Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute


Today’s guest post comes to us from Amy Snow, founder (along with Nancy Zidonis) of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute and co-author of Equine Acupressure: A Working Manual, The Well-Connected Dog: A Guide to Canine Acupressure, Acu-Dog – A Guide To Canine Acupressure,  ACU-Horse: A Guide to Equine Acupressure, and Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure. They have […]

Featured School: Bancroft School of Massage


We are starting a new series here at Animal Wellness Guide – Featured Schools. I have invited several schools to participate, and first out is my own alma mater, Bancroft School of Massage in Worcester, MA. I was in one of the first classes to graduate from their small animal massage certification program, and while these […]