Healing Services with Satya Tajpreet

Animal Energy Practitioner/TCVM Canine Nutritionist

Animal Energy Healing Session: 30 minutes $107

Animals are masters of energetic integration, animals intuitively understand that we all exist on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels simultaneously. With this understanding, they are naturals at accepting any type of energy work into their lives. ​Energy healing is a non-invasive, painless way to help animals with physical, emotional, and mental issues. It can help wounds heal faster, speed post-surgical recovery, treat emotional issues such as fear, aggression, and anxiety, keep animals healthy and well-balanced, and more.

During your animal companion's session, they will receive 1 on 1 Energy Healing which may also include the use of Tuning Forks, Acupressure Massage, Healing Instruments, and Essential oils.

Canine Nutrition Consultation: 30 minutes $150

Get personalized guidance from a certified dog food nutritionist so that you can nourish your dog with the food they need for optimal health and longevity. Through Satya's knowledge of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, she'll create balanced recipes through food energetics and your Dogs personality. Consultations are virtual unless booked along side of an Animal Energy Healing Session.

What's Included?

  • 30-minute virtual consultation
  • Three recipes formulated to AAFCO’s nutrient profiles
  • One follow up 15-minute check-ins to ensure your dog is on the right path.
  • Recommendations for nutritional supplements
  • Shopping list for ingredients

Satya Tajpreet use nutrition software to formulate to AAFCO’s standards

  • Precisely create personalized recipes for your dog's age, activity level, breed, and adjust based on whether or not they are intact or fixed.
  • Precisely create recipes to AAFCO standards

I am not a veterinarian or a veterinary nutritionist. I am an independent Certified Canine Nutrition Specialist. Services and information on this website and affiliated social media channels are not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent canine disease or illness.