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Keeping your animals health in balance - Physically, Emotionally & Mentally
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Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance HELEN ANDERSON with  Natural Therapies
T E S T I M O N I A L S  -  O T H E R
I   have   a   very   beloved   pet   Duck   (known   as   Ducky)   who   was   trampled   by   a   35kg   dog   in my   backyard.   The   next   day   I   noticed   some   drastic   changes   in   her   stools   so   I   took   her to    her    specialist    avian    vet.    She    was    put    on    medication    for    a    serious    bacterial infection,   however   I   was   concerned   that   the   vet   could   not   offer   much   to   treat   the internal   bleeding   we   suspected   from   the   trampling.   I   work   with   a   Reiki   Master   who assured   me   that   Reiki   could   help   stop   the   internal   bleeding,   so   I   contacted   Helen   who works solely with animals.  Helen   performed   4   sessions   of   distance   Reiki   for   Ducky,   which   I   feel   kept   her   calmer and   also   gave   us   some   clues   as   to   where   the   bleeding   might   be   coming   from.   Helen was   also   able   to   give   me   insight   into   how   Ducky   was   feeling,   and   she   even   managed   to describe Ducky’s personality even though all treatments were done by distance!   A   blood   test   by   the   vet   showed   that   Ducky’s   red   blood   cells   were   improving,   which suggested    the    internal    bleeding    had    stopped.        However    the    vet    was    still    very concerned    about    some    other    test    results,    so    I    agreed    to    have    Ducky    put    under anaesthesia   to   investigate   further.   I   rang   Helen   and   asked   her   to   do   an   emergency Reiki   session   for   Ducky,   and   she   gladly   obliged.      Ducks   don’t   tolerate   anaesthesia   very well,   and   I   believe   the   Reiki   Helen   performed   for   Ducky   helped   her   through   the procedure.   The   exploratory   biopsy   and   x-ray   showed   an   egg   that   was   stuck   in   the   wrong   area.   This   meant   Ducky   would   require   serious   surgery   2 days   later   in   order   to   save   her   life.      Helen   agreed   to   do   some   more   distance   Reiki   for   Ducky   prior   to   her   surgery   and   again   on   a   daily basis   until   we   both   felt   she   was   recovered.      At   the   time   Helen   was   very   busy   working   but   she   made   time   to   treat   Ducky   even   if   it   was late   at   night,   and   I   am   very   grateful   for   her   dedication.      The   vet   gave   Ducky   a   50/50   chance   of   surviving   the   surgery,   and   then   there would   be   risks   associated   with   her   post-operative   recovery.      I’m   pleased   to   say   that   Ducky   did   very   well   during   her   surgery,   especially since   as   soon   as   the   vet   opened   her   up   they   found   numerous   large   masses   inside   her   abdomen.      The   surgery   went   for   40   minutes   and   all the   masses   and   the   egg   were   removed   (quite   a   procedure   for   a   little   duck!).      The   vet   seemed   quite   amazed   at   how   well   Ducky   did   with her   surgery,   and   the   fact   that   she   was   standing   and   walking   around   again   only   20   minutes   after   major   surgery!      I   attribute   this   to Helen’s Reiki and lots of positive thinking and love.   I   am   very   grateful   to   Helen   for   all   her   Reiki   work   with   Ducky.      I   believe   it   made   a   huge   difference   to   Ducky’s   ability   to   heal,   cope   with surgery, and make a full recovery.  I would gladly recommend Helen to anyone who wants a natural way to help their pet.   Kim Gatenby , Dural  NSW
Duchess is a pure bred mini-lop rabbit born on the 19th April 2013. Debra Perrin is Duchess’s owner. Debra contacted me in November 2013, her rabbit had virtually overnight, become lethargic, listless, not wanting to eat and was becoming progressively paralysed. Debra took Duchess to the vet, who diagnosed her with “Floppy Rabbit Syndrome” (FRS).  FRS refers to the acute onset of a cluster of symptoms which characterise a potentially fatal condition. These symptoms include varying degrees of progressive generalised weakness, flaccidity, partial or complete paralysis. In Duchess’s case she had complete paralysis and when lifted and carried was completely floppy in all limbs and including her head, which she could not hold up. There are many theories as to the cause of FRS, but none conclusive. Debra’s vet gave Duchess NSAIDs but was not confident that Duchess would pull through. In order to give Duchess the best chance of recovery Debra sought assistance using natural therapy approaches.   I only saw Duchess the once which was 2 days after her diagnosis. She had been on veterinary medication for 2 days but with no improvement. Duchess was completely flaccid with no muscle tone, lethargic and unable to lift her head.  In therapy I used a number of modalities including Bowen Therapy, Photonic/red light therapy and Light Life tools.  In using photonic/red light therapy, this was done via the photonic torch and working on acupuncture points relevant to the symptoms that Duchess presented with.  The rings from the Light Life tools were placed over Duchess’s body, around her head, tail and all 4 limbs whilst Bowen Therapy was done. The acuvac and feedback coils were used along the spine. At the end of the 60min session, Duchess was able to lift and control her head. She also displayed some controlled movement in her front legs and attempted to move.  This was all very positive and suggestive of further improvement to come. Debra and Duchess left the clinic with some homeopathic remedies as well, however these were not needed. Debra contacted me that evening to say that Duchess was hoping around, with an 80% improvement within 3 days Debra reported that Duchess was back to normal.  As at January 2014, Duchess continues to be thriving and doing well with no relapse. My thanks to Debra Perrin from the Blue Mountains for allowing Duchess’s story to be shared.
Nerf  is almost 2 years old and has been with Hogwatch Farm Sanctuary since April 2013. Janette from the Sanctuary contacted me for assistance in managing Nerf’s oestrus cycle which occurs every 21days. For 3-4 days Nerf is agitated, uncomfortable and just doesn't really relax. Janette had done some wonderful things to help Nerf , including giving her  2 x 1000mg evening primrose a day, she is about 60 kilo and 1 x372.2mcg of selenium, every second day for 6wks following  kinesiology when a deficiency was detected. She also had  chamomile tea in her food at night to try and calm her and had been on essence blends to help with her emotional adjustment to Hogwatch.   Specifically Janelle was interested in any homeopathic options to give Nerf further support/relief. Initially it was suggested that Sepia 30C should be given.  Janette writes “ I started her on the drops just as she started her cycle. We have found her pacing did reduce quite a bit as did her anxiety and aggression. She is however still physically uncomfortable, but it has been pleasing not to see her pacing her fence line as often  once again thanks for the drops and advice”  In further emails with Janette it was suggested that magnesium phosphate as a mineral tissue salt dissolved in water and given to Nerf may help with the muscle cramping , which would appear to be a major reason for the discomfort.   HOGWATCH  Farm Sanctuary.... We cultivate love HOGWATCH is an emerging sanctuary in Gippsland Victoria. They endeavour to protect and provide for rescued, surrendered or displaced farm animals enabling them to live for the duration of their natural lives in a loving environment You can find them on Facebook and meet their lovely individuals.
Sweet “Nerf”
At Animal Equilibrium, Helen treats all creatures great and small.   Meet Daisy who came along to the clinic with her mum Suze for kinesiology and homeopathic remedies.   Helen  worked in conjunction with Daisy's avian vet to assist Daisy in her recovery from lead poisoning and to improve her immune system.    Suze comments “ Daisy enjoys her visits, I believe that the work of kinesiology and homeopathy is definitely supporting Daisy in her recovery and the vets are very pleased with her progress, thanks Helen.”   Suzan Wright - Sydney NSW        Myriam, client of Animal Equilibrium writes...    "When one of my chooks was sick I sought out the advice of Helen, a colleague kinesiologist who specializes in treating animals with a holistic approach using natural remedies.   She posted me some drops containing colloidal silver and a mix of Bach flower remedies.   In less than a week of using the drops my chook was thriving and laying eggs again, and within a few weeks, her whole feather coat was looking much thicker and healthier.   She's a super layer, when she's healthy,this chook lays eggs between 80 and 85g per egg (her eggs hardly fit in 'jumbo' egg boxes), so I was glad to get her back on track laying her gigantic eggs again!   Helen adds... natural therapies can benefit a range of animals, and colloidal silver is a great natural antibiotic.   Birds can often experience stress easily and flower essences are wonderful in these circumstances and so easy to add to the drinking water.  - Myriam Pyrtrie Sydney NSW
Keeping your animals health in balance Physically, Emotionally & Mentally
© Copyright 2015    Website created and maintained by Ridge Graphics                                         Made with Xara             
Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance HELEN ANDERSON with  Natural Therapies
T E S T I M O N I A L S  -  O T H E R
I   have   a   very   beloved   pet   Duck   (known   as   Ducky)   who   was trampled   by   a   35kg   dog   in   my   backyard.   The   next   day   I noticed   some   drastic   changes   in   her   stools   so   I   took   her   to her   specialist   avian   vet.   She   was   put   on   medication   for   a serious   bacterial   infection,   however   I   was   concerned   that   the vet   could   not   offer   much   to   treat   the   internal   bleeding   we suspected   from   the   trampling.   I   work   with   a   Reiki   Master who    assured    me    that    Reiki    could    help    stop    the    internal bleeding,    so    I    contacted    Helen    who    works    solely    with animals.  Helen   performed   4   sessions   of   distance   Reiki   for   Ducky,   which I   feel   kept   her   calmer   and   also   gave   us   some   clues   as   to where   the   bleeding   might   be   coming   from.   Helen   was   also able   to   give   me   insight   into   how   Ducky   was   feeling,   and   she even   managed   to   describe   Ducky’s   personality   even   though all treatments were done by distance!   A   blood   test   by   the   vet   showed   that   Ducky’s   red   blood   cells were   improving,   which   suggested   the   internal   bleeding   had stopped.      However   the   vet   was   still   very   concerned   about some   other   test   results,   so   I   agreed   to   have   Ducky   put   under anaesthesia   to   investigate   further.   I   rang   Helen   and   asked her   to   do   an   emergency   Reiki   session   for   Ducky,   and   she gladly   obliged.      Ducks   don’t   tolerate   anaesthesia   very   well, and   I   believe   the   Reiki   Helen   performed   for   Ducky   helped   her through the procedure.   The   exploratory   biopsy   and   x-ray   showed   an   egg   that   was stuck   in   the   wrong   area.   This   meant   Ducky   would   require serious   surgery   2   days   later   in   order   to   save   her   life.      Helen agreed   to   do   some   more   distance   Reiki   for   Ducky   prior   to   her surgery   and   again   on   a   daily   basis   until   we   both   felt   she   was recovered.     At   the   time   Helen   was   very   busy   working   but   she made   time   to   treat   Ducky   even   if   it   was   late   at   night,   and   I am   very   grateful   for   her   dedication.      The   vet   gave   Ducky   a 50/50   chance   of   surviving   the   surgery,   and   then   there   would be   risks   associated   with   her   post-operative   recovery.      I’m pleased   to   say   that   Ducky   did   very   well   during   her   surgery, especially   since   as   soon   as   the   vet   opened   her   up   they   found numerous   large   masses   inside   her   abdomen.      The   surgery went   for   40   minutes   and   all   the   masses   and   the   egg   were removed   (quite   a   procedure   for   a   little   duck!).      The   vet seemed    quite    amazed    at    how    well    Ducky    did    with    her surgery,    and    the    fact    that    she    was    standing    and    walking around    again    only    20    minutes    after    major    surgery!        I attribute   this   to   Helen’s   Reiki   and   lots   of   positive   thinking and love.   I   am   very   grateful   to   Helen   for   all   her   Reiki   work   with   Ducky.     I   believe   it   made   a   huge   difference   to   Ducky’s   ability   to   heal, cope   with   surgery,   and   make   a   full   recovery.      I   would   gladly recommend   Helen   to   anyone   who   wants   a   natural   way   to help their pet.   Kim Gatenby , Dural  NSW
Duchess is a pure bred mini-lop rabbit born on the 19th April 2013. Debra Perrin is Duchess’s owner. Debra contacted me in November 2013, her rabbit had virtually overnight, become lethargic, listless, not wanting to eat and was becoming progressively paralysed. Debra took Duchess to the vet, who diagnosed her with “Floppy Rabbit Syndrome” (FRS).  FRS refers to the acute onset of a cluster of symptoms which characterise a potentially fatal condition. These symptoms include varying degrees of progressive generalised weakness, flaccidity, partial or complete paralysis. In Duchess’s case she had complete paralysis and when lifted and carried was completely floppy in all limbs and including her head, which she could not hold up. There are many theories as to the cause of FRS, but none conclusive. Debra’s vet gave Duchess NSAIDs but was not confident that Duchess would pull through. In order to give Duchess the best chance of recovery Debra sought assistance using natural therapy approaches.   I only saw Duchess the once which was 2 days after her diagnosis. She had been on veterinary medication for 2 days but with no improvement. Duchess was completely flaccid with no muscle tone, lethargic and unable to lift her head.  In therapy I used a number of modalities including Bowen Therapy, Photonic/red light therapy and Light Life tools.  In using photonic/red light therapy, this was done via the photonic torch and working on acupuncture points relevant to the symptoms that Duchess presented with.  The rings from the Light Life tools were placed over Duchess’s body, around her head, tail and all 4 limbs whilst Bowen Therapy was done. The acuvac and feedback coils were used along the spine. At the end of the 60min session, Duchess was able to lift and control her head. She also displayed some controlled movement in her front legs and attempted to move.  This was all very positive and suggestive of further improvement to come. Debra and Duchess left the clinic with some homeopathic remedies as well, however these were not needed. Debra contacted me that evening to say that Duchess was hoping around, with an 80% improvement within 3 days Debra reported that Duchess was back to normal.  As at January 2014, Duchess continues to be thriving and doing well with no relapse. My thanks to Debra Perrin from the Blue Mountains for allowing Duchess’s story to be shared.
Nerf  is almost 2 years old and has been with Hogwatch Farm Sanctuary since April 2013. Janette from the Sanctuary contacted me for assistance in managing Nerf’s oestrus cycle which occurs every 21days. For 3-4 days Nerf is agitated, uncomfortable and just doesn't really relax. Janette had done some wonderful things to help Nerf , including giving her  2 x 1000mg evening primrose a day, she is about 60 kilo and 1 x372.2mcg of selenium, every second day for 6wks following  kinesiology when a deficiency was detected. She also had  chamomile tea in her food at night to try and calm her and had been on essence blends to help with her emotional adjustment to Hogwatch.   Specifically Janelle was interested in any homeopathic options to give Nerf further support/relief. Initially it was suggested that Sepia 30C should be given.  Janette writes “ I started her on the drops just as she started her cycle. We have found her pacing did reduce quite a bit as did her anxiety and aggression. She is however still physically uncomfortable, but it has been pleasing not to see her pacing her fence line as often  once again thanks for the drops and advice”  In further emails with Janette it was suggested that magnesium phosphate as a mineral tissue salt dissolved in water and given to Nerf may help with the muscle cramping , which would appear to be a major reason for the discomfort.   HOGWATCH  Farm Sanctuary.... We cultivate love HOGWATCH is an emerging sanctuary in Gippsland Victoria. They endeavour to protect and provide for rescued, surrendered or displaced farm animals enabling them to live for the duration of their natural lives in a loving environment You can find them on Facebook and meet their lovely individuals.
Keeping your animals health in balance Physically, Emotionally, & Mentally
(02) 4774 8023  0421 474 582
Sweet “Nerf”
At Animal Equilibrium, Helen treats all creatures great and small. Meet Daisy who came along to the clinic with her mum Suze for kinesiology and homeopathic remedies. Helen  worked in conjunction with Daisy's avian vet to assist Daisy in her recovery from lead poisoning and to improve her immune system.  Suze comments “ Daisy enjoys her visits, I believe that the work of kinesiology and homeopathy is definitely supporting Daisy in her recovery and the vets are very pleased with her progress, thanks Helen.” Suzan Wright - Sydney NSW 
Myriam, client of Animal Equilibrium writes... "When one of my chooks was sick I sought out the advice of Helen, a colleague kinesiologist who specializes in treating animals with a holistic approach using natural remedies. She posted me some drops containing colloidal silver and a mix of Bach flower remedies. In less than a week of using the drops my chook was thriving and laying eggs again, and within a few weeks, her whole feather coat was looking much thicker and healthier. She's a super layer, when she's healthy,this chook lays eggs between 80 and 85g per egg (her eggs hardly fit in 'jumbo' egg boxes), so I was glad to get her back on track laying her gigantic eggs again! Helen adds... natural therapies can benefit a range of animals, and colloidal silver is a great natural antibiotic. Birds can often experience stress easily and flower essences are wonderful in these circumstances and so easy to add to the drinking water. - Myriam Pyrtrie Sydney NSW