Animal Healing with Lexie Wrightson

What can Reiki do for your animal?

Reiki is just not for humans. Animals love to receive healing and they too can benefit from a course of Reiki treatments, regardless of age or state of health. Beneficial changes can take place over a fairly short space of time.

Below are some of the problems or areas that I and others have found Reiki to help our animals with:

  • Physical Injuries
  • Behaviour issues
  • Stomach trouble
  • Anxiety including when visiting the vet
  • Nervous or timid dogs
  • Performance
  • Owner: Pet relationship/ bond
  • Appetite loss
  • Separation Anxiety

Bring things into balance with Reiki

Reiki Treatments

Receiving Reiki is a simple process.

These can be in person or sent distantly. Either way your animal will receive the benefits.

Lexie works both in person ( within a 20 mile radius of Stamford) or distantly which includes a national and international clients. To work distantly is as powerful as an in person session. On confirmation of your booking if at all possible please send Lexie the name of your animal and a photograph. After the session Lexie will contact you either via phone or email/voice note ( time zone dependant) with any insights from the session.

If you choose an in person appointment Lexie will contact you to agree a time to visit your special friend.

How might my animal react?

The great thing about using Reiki on animals is that you can ‘see’ it working. Your pet will most likely relax, he may sit or lie down, you may hear his stomach gurgle. Some animals will lie down and go into a deep sleep next to the practitioner/ during the time healing is sent. Different types of animals can react in different ways, for example, some may not show as many signs of relaxation during their first treatment , however, they will often lie down to sleep after the treatment when they are alone.

No matter what the reaction, Reiki is giving your pet what he/she needs.

The effects of Reiki build up cumulatively, so it is advised to have a course of treatments to help produce long-term beneficial changes, emotionally and physically.

It is generally recommended to have a course of treatments, between 4-6, at weekly intervals.


Reiki is not a substitute for veterinary care and treatment. If your pet has any symptoms of illness you should call your vet.

Reiki is safe and will complement any form of complementary or medical treatment.

The law currently states that before your pet receives a Reiki treatment you must gain veterinary consent.

A Reiki practitioner will not diagnose or recommend any form of treatment.