Do you have physical or emotional pain that needs healing?
Are you suffering from anxiety or depression?
Are you grieving a loved one or a pet?
Is there a family member at home or in hospital that you feel needs to receive unconditional love and healing?
Healing is a form of holistic therapy whereby healing energy is sent to an individual or animal, by accessing the physical, emotional and mental aspect of their energy body. From a state of altered perception, I am able to access the energy information and “transmit” healing energy to the client or the animal.
This type of complimentary energy healing can be done (without the client present if required), at a time set aside in my specialised therapy room. It is as equally effective as in-person healing as an energy body can be accessed very easily at any time and from anywhere.
Animals are incredibly perceptive to this type of healing and you may notice that your pet becomes very relaxed when they are receiving healing. You may notice instant changes in your pet, whilst others are more gradual and will happen over a certain period of time.
They are also very perceptive to our energies and will often touch, smell or jump onto certain areas of a person’s body if they detect that something isn’t quite right.
I am a qualified holistic therapist and I have been working with people for several years. I am so passionate about what I do, and I love nothing more than to use my gifts and my training to help others through often difficult and painful times in their lives.
I charge £20 for a Distance Healing Session and £35 for a 30 minute healing session, whether that be for your pet or yourself or both.
Lorraine is a very professional,friendly & relaxing lady, her distance reiki has been amazing at a recent time when I was bereaved at losing my dear mum. I would definitely recommend her to anyone.
Ann S from Melksham
Healing is not intended to replace the care you would receive from your doctor or that your animal would receive from a vet. If you are at all concerned about your health, the health of a loved one or the health of your pet, please contact your GP or your animal’s veterinary surgeon as your first port of call.