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Animal Natural Healing

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Natural Medicine Centre, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 5DR, united-kingdom

Phone: 01507 578014
Animal natural healing
Animal natural healing

Animal Type

Animals Treated
  • Bird
  • Cat
  • Dogs
  • Equine
  • Exotic Pet
  • Small Animals

Alternative / Complementary Therapies

Alternative / Complementary Therapies Specialities
  • Animal Communication
  • Reiki


Apartment, Building, Floor
11 Southgate Road
Post Code
United Kingdom

Natural Healing for animals.

Whether it is a physical or an emotional problem healing could be the answer.

This complementary therapy is non-invasive and very relaxing.


Natural Healing is simply the laying on of the healer's hands to allow positive energy to flow through.

The effects can be instant or felt within a couple of days.

Generally, two or three sessions, each no more that two weeks apart, will be sufficient. 

If it is an ongoing ailment that needs constant care, once a month should work well.

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