As with humans, classical homeopathy also works very well with animals to support the self-healing ability of the body.
Take a look at the page “Pegasus for humans” for a full description on the working and many interesting videos about homeopathy.
Support with Aloë Vera
Aloe Vera is one of the oldest, most famous, beneficial plants and has been used in different cultures throughout the centuries. From the Ancient Greeks and Romans to Babylonian, Indian and Chinese peoples, Aloe Vera was called the miracle plan. Of all species, the Aloe Vera Barbadensis (Miller) is the most applied.
The plant is family of the lily and possesses many good qualities for both humans and animals.
Both in the field of body care and in the field of nutrition supplement there are many benefits for both humans and animals.
From my own experience I have noticed that both my animals and myself have been able to experience a very positive result within 10 days after using both the supplements and the care products.
Animals and fireworks
Classical homeopathy is an extremely effective therapy and has been used for many centuries for humans and in recent years also more often for animals.
For animals that are afraid of fireworks, it can be a perfect solution to help the animal with homeopathy. Not every animal expresses its fear of fireworks in the same way; every animal is of course unique. For example, there are animals that are always afraid of loud noises, animals that crawl away when they startle, animals that ask for comfort from the owner when they are anxious or animals trying to flee. Are they afraid of the colors, the flashes, the sound or the air? These are all matters that are important to arrive at the choice of the right tool.
In order to help an animal with a minimum of stress through the fireworks period, it is therefore good to have the most suitable means for your animal determined by a recognized classic homeopath for animals. They can also give specific advice about when you can best give that medicin and how often.
The homeopathic remedies that are freely available, are composed of various means in the hope that the right means for your animal is also there. A classic working homeopath for animals will always look for a single product that fits the totality of your animal. If your animal has other (emotional or physical) complaints, the homeopath will also include it in the middle choice.
Martine du Floo classic homeopath for humans and animals gives advice for fear in your dog, cat, horse or other animals.
The purpose of massaging horses is to remove excess muscle tension and stiffness and to detect problems with teeth, saddle, overload and problems during training, etc. at an early stage.
In addition, pressure point-massage tightens and relaxes muscle fibers, which are hard to train while riding.
The massage can work both supportively and preventively and ensure a smooth horse in balance.
I often use Reiki during the massages.
It is stated that in a reiki treatment the Reiki practitioner
acts as an intermediary for the transmission of universal life energy
to the recipient. According to practitioners, this energy itself finds its way through the body and the spirit of the recipient.
The transmitted energy would have a nourishing and harmonizing effect on energy channels and chakras.
The passing on of this energy could take place by direct contact of the hands but also work remotely. This transmission of energy would exert a positive influence on disharmony in every part of the human being. It would have a comprehensive harmonizing effect on it everything that underlies energy, people, animals,
plants, objects as situations.
Massage is always performed on location.
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Freestyle and Groundwork
Groundwork and freestyle with horses is based on the natural body language that is used to steer the horse.
This body language is understood and picked up by every horse from instinct.
Groundwork gives a nice change in dealing with horses and ensures an increased concentration of the horse on the companion.
In addition, as a supervisor you also see the natural reaction of horse to your own body language, so that you learn to deal with your animal more consciously.
This also makes it possible to train difficult exercises unloaded, before doing these exercises under the saddle.