• Dulsanea Reiki Master

Come Join Me!

Updated: Jun 13, 2019

Happy May Everyone!

I hope everyone is doing well and ready for spring / summer, I know I am ! So let's welcome in the warmer weather and enjoy some outdoor time with nature and all She has to offer us!

This weekend I will be hosting 2 different events:

reiki hara meditation class

Learn how to Meditate from the Hara Center :

Saturday May 5th

Hampstead, MD. 11:30 AM -12:30 PM

This Meditation Class you will-

~Understand how the Hara center is vital to your total well being.

~ Allow you to purify and clear the body and is an excellent grounding technique for anyone who is feeling unbalanced, stressed or overwhelmed in life.

~Remove the...

For all of the details visit here or on facebook.

Self healing Class from Sheltered Animal Reiki Association

Self-Healing For Animal Caregivers Class:

Sunday, May 6th, 11:30 AM -1 PM

Baltimore Humane Society, Baltimore County

This class is designed for animal care staff and volunteers, this class offers a basic understanding of Reiki's relaxation and stress-relief techniques and teachings, as well as Reiki's 5 Precepts for balanced living.

Class is open to general public as well! For the details click here

All attendees will need to reserve your spot to ensure you have your 24 page manual upon arrival. Fee for public is $10.00 and 50% is donated to BHS. For all staff and or volunteers, it is free.

Thank you all and may your animal light your way...



Animal Reiki Practitioner and Teacher

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The contents of this website are not intended as a substitute for professional veterinary care. Reiki meditation sessions are given for the purpose of stress reduction and relaxation to promote healing. Reiki meditation is not a substitute for medical diagnosis and treatment. Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions nor do they prescribe, perform medical treatment, nor interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. It is recommended that animals be taken to a licensed veterinarian for any ailment they have.