Whether you work with animals or simply want a better understanding of your own companion, this is the perfect opportunity for clarity. You will gain an understanding of the animal chakra system, and more importantly, what they need to do in order to successfully and consistently use healing techniques with your own animals.
EFT is a healing method that quiets the nervous system, spurs emotional healing, lessens performance anxiety, and helps alleviate physical pain. Learn how to use energy to heal the physical and emotional issues in both animals and humans.
Animal Communication for Beginners
Animal communication is often seen as a gift for “the chosen ones.”
In this workshop, Joan lifts the veil to reveal that animal communication is not a mystical ability; it’s a learnable skill set. She not only teaches animal communication, but also ways to enhance human/animal relationships.
You will learn how to consistently receive a series of pictures, words, and feelings through telepathy. Plus, Joan provides a deeper understanding of animal behavior and the nature of health challenges.
Each workshop option starts with a short lecture, then students immediately get involved in a telepathic game and guided remote communication, i.e., communicating with animals via picture.
Joan Ranquet is an Animal communicator, TEDx speaker, Hay House author, educator and animal parent, Joan Ranquet leads an inspired life. It’s no surprise MSN deemed her as one of the “Top 25 People Who Do What They Love.”
In 2009, Joan founded CWALU (Communication With All Life University), a certification program for animal communicators and energy healers. She is the author of Energy Healing for Animals (Sounds True), and Communication with all Life (Hay House) and is an active contributor to Dharma of Dogs (Sounds True).
Deemed “Celebrity Animal Communicator” in an AMC Channel documentary, Joan has been featured in dozens of media including The Hollywood Reporter, Pet Nation on Dateline NBC, The Today Show on NBC, Good Morning America on ABC, Animal Planet, The National Enquirer, and The Los Angeles Times to name a few.