Ingatestone, Essex – Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary is delighted to announce that Reiki experts Kathleen Prasad and Leah D’Ambrosio will be returning to the Sanctuary this summer. Remus is proud to be the first UK sanctuary offering Reiki under the umbrella of SARA – the Shelter Animal Reiki Association. The dates are 27th-29th for a 3-day ‘Everything Animal Reiki’ training course and, on Sunday 30 August, a 1-day Equine Reiki training.

SARA was founded by Kathleen Prasad (Animal Reiki Source), and Leah D’Ambrosio in May 2008, to support the growing number of Reiki Practitioners who wish to establish programmes in their local shelters.

Reiki is a Japanese energy healing system used originally for spiritual development and used today for ‘hands-on’ healing, suitable for humans and animals alike. Reiki is ideal for use with animals because it is gentle, non-invasive and doesn’t require physical contact. It doesn’t cause stress, discomfort, or pain, and yet yields powerful results. Animals respond intuitively to Reiki’s power to support the healing of emotional, behavioral, and physical illnesses and injuries.

Founder of Remus Horse Sanctuary, Sue Burton, says, “it will be the most amazing visit with so much to learn from Kathleen and Leah. We’d love people to save the dates! Kathleen’s teachings are very inspirational and delegates will learn so much about the giving of Reiki to animals and understanding their space. Previous delegates have left here ‘blown away’ with the knowledge they have learnt”.

To book, please visit For further information on the Sanctuary, visit or contact Sue Burton on tel: 01277 356191.

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