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Animal Reiki Offered in Fairfield

Posh Paws Salon in Fairfield is offering 20-minute Reiki sessions for your pet with Jimmy Gonzalez on November 10 from 10am to 3pm. 

Everyone has the ability to connect with their own healing energy and use it to strengthen energy in themselves and help others. During a Reiki session, animals often experience a deep state of peace as the energy clears imbalances, allowing for new and harmonious patterns of health and wellness to emerge. Physical contact is not a requirement for Reiki and traditionally the practitioner offers Reiki to animals with hands off. This way, the animal controls the treatment, either accepting Reiki from a distance or settling themselves against the practitioner’s hands. 

In 2006, Gonzalez accepted the position of Chief Animal Control Officer for the State of Connecticut’s largest municipal animal shelter. He later became State Certified as a Wildlife Rehabber and a Nuisance Wildlife Control Officer and became a consultant for the ASPCA of New York. 

In 2008, he and Melissa Kuian launched A Hand For A Paw, creating their own curriculum to educate almost 5,000 children about caring for pets and handling animals. They eventually took the program into the community and became the driving force behind the Keeping Animals Home campaign. After the organization shut down in 2017, Gonzalez looked for other ways to continue working with animals and pet owners. In 2019 he began training in animal Reiki as a way to continue to offer love, compassion and kindness to our furry friends. $20 donation requested for each Reiki session. 

To schedule a Reiki session with Gonzalez, call 203-895-1733 or email [email protected]. You can also reserve a slot at Location: Posh Paws Salon, 8 Greenfield St, Fairfield.

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