Ki Animals  /  Chris Falcone Taylor           Email:             Phone: (315) 439-4034 (Text or Talk)

*These workshops are for people only. Please do not bring your animals. Please ask about the opportunity to book an individual workshop for you and your animal.

These workshops are not meant to diagnose or treat any conditions in your animals.  Energy work and essential oils are not a substitute for veterinary care.

Taking care of your pets naturally

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We love our animals and want them to be happy and comfortable. There are so many ways to take care of our furbabies using natural methods.

Ki Animals is here to educate people about the many options we have to enrich our animal's health and happiness.

Energy work such as Reiki or Healing Touch has gained popularity among people. We can do the same for our animals. We are often told that we need special training to do energy work. I believe that we all have the innate ability. We just need to be shown the way. So, I've developed a workshop: Energy Work on Animals to introduce energy work, explore the energy centers on our pets and how we can actually do energy work on our animals.

This page will also include information on other natural ways we can help our animals including aromatherapy, essential oils, diet, supplements and so much more.

About me: Chris Taylor

I’ve shared my life with animals from the beginning and I am active with several animal rescue organizations. As I learned more about energy healing and other holistic practices, I’ve adapted this to making the animals in my life more comfortable.

In addition to years of practical experience, I also have a master certification in both Usui (Traditional) and Shamballa Reiki and a Teacher certificate for Usui Reiki from the International Center for Reiki Training

Extremely important!
Natural care should never substitute for a veterinarian's medical care. Let your veterinarian know any supplements, vitamins, oils, etc. that you are using on your animal. Although they are "natural," they can interact with other meds your animal is taking. I am not a veterinarian. This is not medical advice. All statements are my opinion based on training and experience.

This information was provided for educational purposes only.  It is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or treat any illness.  If you or your animal have a health concern, you are encouraged to seek the counsel of a health care professional who is knowledgeable in your area of interest.