Reiki for your horse

Equine Reiki

REIKI energy healing is as beneficial to animals as it is to people. Those of us who are lucky enough to own, live or work with horses, know what intuitive, loving creatures they are.

Like humans, horses have seven main energy points, ‘Chakras’ and if they become blocked, can cause various physical and emotional issues.

All horse treatments are carried out at the horse’s own location. There is an initial in depth consultation, which will involve discussing you as an owner and your relationship with your horse. The healing is carried out in the place the horse is most comfortable. i.e. if he/she lives out, there is no need to bring them in just for healing, it can be done in the field.

It is best for the treatment to take place at a time when the horse can relax for several hours afterwards. Most horses are very open to healing and accept the treatment immediately. However, in a situation where this is not the case, I often use crystals and essential oils to help the animal relax and open up to healing.

During the treatment, you will notice your horse will experience several different physical ‘releases’. Typically, they tend to yawn, sigh, twitch, paw the ground and quite often their tummies will rumble and they can get a bit ‘windy’!! Again, as with humans, this is down to the energy starting to flow through the body and the Chakras becoming unblocked.

You may find for a few days after treatment, your horse could display different behaviour. For instance, there could be an increase in how much water they drink, they may seem sleepier than usual, or even more energised than usual. These symptoms shouldn’t last longer than a few days. Your horse should experience a general feeling of wellbeing due to the increased flow of energy.

Equine Treat Price


I will travel to any location. However, I make a discretionary charge for travelling to anywhere further than 20 miles from my base in Basingstoke, Hampshire. It often helps to share the travel cost by arranging more than one treatment at each yard.

Please allow an extra 15 to 30 minutes for initial consultation (included in the fee).

On a very rare occasion, your horse may refuse treatment. If this happens, the only charge made would be for travelling where appropriate.