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Many of us have animals in our lives that are more than just ‘pets’, they are our companions and friends who listen to us when we need someone to talk to, who watch everything we do and they are often our mentors who teach us lessons about life and ourselves.

Reconnective Healing can be facilitated for any animal that needs assistance. We can help your family pet, performance animal, assistance dog, farm or native animal. Sessions can be in person at our animal clinic which is in the Sutherland Shire, or home visits may be available.

Distance healing also works equally as well with animals and in some cases is preferred, especially if your animal is injured, aggressive, will not travel etc.

Julie loves working with animals. She trained and worked with Renee Coltson, an expert with animals and has helped bring Renee to Australia many times to teach her animal healing workshops. Working with animals is different to working with people, they dont think about it like humans do, they feel the frequencies and allow the healing so sometimes just one healing session is all that is needed. Sometimes their caregiver may need a healing as well 🙂


Reconnective Healing for Animals $150

Appointments are available at the Animal Mentor Clinic in the Sutherland Shire or by distance. Home visits may be available although distance healing is equally as effective. Each appointment is around 50 minutes with 20-30 minutes in the session.
Payment may be made with PayPal, Credit Card, Bank Transfer or Cash.
Contact Julie to discuss the best way to work with your furry or feathered friend.

Rescue CatsBo Jangles and Thomas were rescue cats who came to the Animal Mentor Clinic for Reconnective Healing. They love to keep each other company and are wonderful mentors to their owner.

Pippi the Rescue KittyPippi the Rescue Kitty was just 4 weeks old when he came to live with us. As a rescue, he had been hand fed by bottle from birth at the local cattery. He has now grown into the most loving and curios friend who got his name from the pip pip sound he makes instead of a meow, although he also seems to talk now and then when greeted. His best friend is Barni the Rescue Dog.


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