If you would like your dog to benefit from a kinesiology balance, but are unable to travel or to arrange for a home session, distance kinesiology is a powerful alternative.
Because kinesiology works with the energy body, the dog’s presence is not compulsory. All that is needed is a human surrogate and some of your dog’s hair. Why hair? Hair is an extension of the nervous system. It can be seen as exteriorized nerves, a type of highly evolved “feelers” or “antennae”, that transmit vast amounts of important information to the brain stem, the limbic system and the neo-cortex. As a result, it can be used as an energetic alternative in the context of a distance kinesiology session.
After the practitioner has taken a thorough history of the issue, either over the phone or via email, the balance itself can take place as per the scheduled date. The hair is placed on the human surrogate, who will then stand in for the animal from an energetic perspective. Ideally, the surrogate should be the dog’s owner, or another person who has a close relationship with the dog, but if this isn’t an option ̶ and it likely isn’t, if you have chosen distance kinesiology ̶ a surrogate will be organised for you. The kinesiologist then performs the relevant muscle testing to find out which corrections are needed. It is very helpful if you, as the dog’s owner, can be available telephonically to discuss the emotions and other information that come up during the balance.
So if you think your dog would benefit from a distance kinesiology treatment, remember to put some hair aside next time you groom it.
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Fanny specialises in animal kinesiology. She is qualified in both Human, Equine and Canine Kinesiology, but is keen to adapt her skills to help other animals where possible. As the strong bond between animals and their human companions may cause a transfer of stress, she also likes to work on pet owners to ensure that the shift is complete.