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animal communication

How is Ginny Different?

Animal Communication is a natural telepathic exchange of information through thoughts, images, emotions, intuitions and physical sensations. It is available to all humans. Science has proven (*see our Animal Communication Resource page) that thoughts, feelings and emotions exist as energy in the form of an unspoken universal language. This language provides us with an opportunity to understand the life experiences, emotions and expectations of our animal companions. It also allows us to convey our perspectives and needs as well. 

Years ago Ginny experienced two Near-Death Experiences and her life and perspectives have been significantly impacted by these events. As a result she expressed multiple intuitive abilities, as well as the ability to  communicate with people and animals who have crossed over. (For more about Ginny click here.) 

Throughout her career Ginny has successfully blended body work, energy work, intuitive abilities and animal communication to mitigate confusing behavior issues and the energetic traces of trauma caused by abuse and/or neglect. She believes the key to her success lies in her remarkable ability to connect to animals through Animal Communication.    

Consequently, your experience with Ginny will most likely challenge the "norms" of other traditional animal communication and healing professionals that you might be aware of. 

In additional to Animal Communication, Ginny’s primary focus is to assist people, as well as animals, in the energetic release of cellular memories and emotions attached to past traumas. She seeks to support the owner/caretaker and the animal in the formation of a closer bond through the development of a deeper understanding. A session with Ginny will not only provide you with an opportunity to better understand your animal, it will also open a space for you to grow, heal and form new mindsets as well.


Often times clients make requests to work with more than one animal in a one hour session. Although it is common for a person's deceased animals to come forward and share messages, which she is happy to relay, her policy is to honor ONE living animal at a time. 

Most of the animals Ginny works with have experienced trauma at some point in their lives and this approach ensures we allow time for an authentic connection between the animal and Ginny. This facilitates trust, emotional healing, and meaningful conversation which provides answers to questions from the human caretaker. Therefor, the minimum session offered is 50 minutes. This affords clients an experience they will always remember and allows adequate time for intellectual/situational validation as well. 

To read more about how Ginny feels about being an animal communicator click here.

To listen to a prerecorded message from Ginny about preparing for a session with her, click here.

For additional information and research on this topic please see our Animal Communication Resource page which provides quite a bit of information and includes the code of ethics Ginny abides by.

Ginny does not provide grief counseling or lost animal services. She does not claim an ability to heal any issues which require psychiatric or medical/veterinary interventions.

Please read about Ginny's complementary healing philosophy here.

The Benefits of Animal Communication:

Animal Communication can improve the relationship between owners and their animals by providing insights into atypical behavior due to stress, misunderstanding, unknown injury or illness. 

Some examples of issues that can be addressed by communicating with an animal are:

Change of ownership


Death of an animal companion 

Bringing a new animal into the household 

End-of-life decisions

Behavior issues that are not breed specific traits

Prior trauma, especially with rescued animals

Change of diet

To listen to a prerecorded message from Ginny about how to prepare for a session with her, click here.

" I would recommend Ginny to anyone with a pet relationship issue. It could be the difference between a successful relationship or a failure leading to finding that pet a different owner which usually ends up with a sad ending." -- Rosayn W.  

Norwegian researchers teach horses how to communicate their own choices! Verifiable communication! Click here for the article and data. 


"Ginny is an absolute gift. I consider her a colleague, friend, and mentor. We met several years ago and share the same the love for horses, health, truth, and authenticity. 

Professionally, we have consulted together for various difficult equine cases, that have required a “think outside the box perspective.” 

Ginny always delivers, 110% of the time. She is a wealth of knowledge and expertise that disseminates correct information in a manner I have yet to find another person to be able to do.

From her specificity of describing a horse’s personality, quirks, and body movements; to an all-around outstanding horsewoman. 

Ginny is someone you want to have in your wheelhouse. 

If all else fails, call Ginny!!!"

--Bek Jarzombek, DC


Equine Shiatsu Massage (Instructor)

For centuries traditional Japanese Shiatsu Massage was used for the treatment of humans. Over the years professionals drew on their knowledge of acupuncture/pressure points to perfect this method. Now Equine and Canine Shiatsu Massage Therapy has taken these techniques and used them to help equine and canine populations. In a typical equine or canine Shiatsu Massage the Acupressure points of the animals are stimulated. This provides clearance and facilitates increased energy flow which results in a more balanced animal from both a physical and energetic perspective. 

Excerpt from Diana Thompson's book Acupressure Point Charts for Horses:  "Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) refers to an ancient body of healing methods that is at least 3,000 years old. The goal of these methods was and is to prevent disease by creating full physical and emotional health.

At one point in history, TCM practitioners were assigned to help the people of a specific geographic area stay healthy. They prescribed wellness programs for each person that might include certain foods, herbs, acupressure points, breathing and movement exercises, and lifestyle advice.

One unique aspect of this system was that if the client became ill while following the practitioner's advice the practitioner had to treat the client for free. This emphasis on using a proactive approach to create wellness and prevent disease is found in writings dating back to the third century B.C."

Ginny is also an  Approved HeartMath® Add Heart®  Facilitator and she adds heart to every interaction be it human or animal. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupressure and Massage are now considered  complementary* care by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. 


Equine Craniosacral

Ginny’s skills allow her to effectively combine contemporary Biodynamic Healing techniques with Equine Craniosacral Therapy. These are techniques that are used by veterinarians and osteopaths. Her goal is to utilize the body's own innate intelligence to promote optimal functioning of the body. 

Because these two techniques overlap, they are particularly effective at providing clearance of blockages in the equine nervous system. These systems strive to eliminate energetic interference in the sensory and motor neurons that can affect the proper biological functioning of all organs, glands, muscles, bones, fluids and other systems of the body. 

In the early 20th century an osteopathic physician, William Sutherland, studied the structure, function and movement of the bones and connective tissue (sutures) in the human skull. 

He sought to understand their relationship to the overall health, symmetry and balance of the body. He began by experimenting on himself. In his experiments he was able to gain insight into the physical symptoms he experienced in his own body when he moved his own cranial bones. 

These new techniques, now used by qualified osteopathic doctors, veterinarians and human craniosacral practitioners, have been adapted for use with animals…most notably canines and equines. 

Ginny is also an  Approved HeartMath® Add Heart®  Facilitator and she adds heart to every interaction be it human or animal.  

*According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Click here to be directed to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health website. Click here to be directed to more information regarding our healing philosophies. 


Holistic Healing: Heart Centered Healing

Holistic Energy Healing is considered to be complimentary* care and is based on the esoteric traditions of the East Indian and Asian philosophies. Holistic Healing is similar to Reiki except that in Holistic Healing practitioners are not attuned, nor do they utilize symbols. 

Further, Ginny is a Certified HeartMath® Add Heart ®  Facilitator, she adds heart to every interaction be it human or animal. And she is certified in  Healing Touch for Animals® (see section below).

Ginny is also a Certified Reiki "Master." A Reiki Master is both a Reiki Practitioner (Level II) and a Master Teacher (Level III) who is qualified to  instruct and certify Reiki Practitioners to the Master level. Ginny has achieved this status without accepting any attunements or symbols into her energy field.

Hinduism and Buddhism offer differing perspectives concerning the energy system of the body. The Hindu, or Yogic philosophy, the most commonly known and practiced in the US, identifies seven primary chakras. Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel or energy center. Depending on the authority, there can be between 800 and 2,000 minor chakras within our bodies. 

There are also 72,000 nadi. The word nadi comes from the Sanskrit meaning "channel", "stream", or "flow. According to Tantric texts nadi channel pranic energy or life force energy to every cell, organ, gland and system. 

Reiki embraces the nature of the chakra systems, but relies on its own understanding of life force energy, or ki. Ki Energy is the unseen life force in your body. It is a universal energy that penetrates everything. It thus unites all manifestations of the universe both visible and invisible. In Japan this life forced is referred to as "Ki". In China it is known as "Chi" or "Qi" and in Sanskrit it is known as "Prana." 

Reiki practitioners are able to access this energy to cleanse the aura, subtle bodies, chakras, and nadi of the physical body. The intention is to always provide the highest benefit to the one receiving the care.  

*According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Click here to be directed to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health website. Click here to be directed to more information regarding our healing philosophies.


Healing Touch For Animals ®

Healing Touch for Animals® created by Carol Komitor utilizes natural Energy Healing principles, combined with a series of specific  techniques, creates a unique and highly effective approach to the practice of small and large animal energy healing.

Carol began practicing Healing Touch Program™ (HTP for people) some 25 years ago and utilized the concept applying the specific and unique energies of animals to create a new protocol. Carol has an affinity for animals as she was a veterinary technician and an award winning massage therapist. 

HTP is widely accepted in hospitals in the US and is taught to doctors, nurses and a wide variety of health care practitioners. 

Click here to link to Ginny's official Healing Touch For Animals® Practitioner listing.

For more information about Healing Touch For Animals® and other energy healing modalities, please see our Energy Healing Resource page or contact us.



Always seek licensed Medical or Veterinary care. Heart of the Horse promotes holistic balance through an integrative care and treatment model as defined by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Our work is complementary and supportive, it is not intended to be a substitute for traditional Medical or Veterinary care; we do not diagnose or prescribe treatment.

When you book an appointment with Ginny you acknowledge and agree that working with Ginny does not preclude or prevent you from seeking necessary treatment from a  medical doctor, veterinarian or psychotherapist. Working with Ginny is not a medical, veterinary, psychological, or clinical relationship. 

An Animal Communicator, Intuitive or Energy Worker cannot legally diagnose any condition or prescribe treatment. If you or your animal are experiencing what you perceive to be a severe or sudden medical condition, please seek medical or veterinary care, your family physician, dentist, psychotherapist, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. 

Ginny strongly advises that you seek appropriate medical, mental health and veterinary care, in addition to any work that you may undertake with her.

If you should have a dramatic improvement in any condition after working with Ginny, do not suspend or change your medical treatments or prescriptions without first consulting your health care professional. 

We promote biodynamic (body, mind and spirit) balance through an Integrative Health Care* model as defined by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Our work is considered "complementary" care and is not intended to be a substitute for traditional licensed medical or veterinary care; we do not diagnose or prescribe treatment.

Our goal, through the use of Acupressure, Shiatsu, Animal Communication and Energy Medicine, is to help restore balance and alignment of the energy, mind and physical body of both people and animals. Trapped energies such as emotions, trauma and memories often create blocks and distortion in the body. These distortions often result in an energetic imbalance which can interfere with the proper physiological and psychological functioning of the body and potentially contribute to the development of disease. Science has proven that Energy Medicine has a significant impact on all of the systems and functions of the body, including but not limited to: increasing the circulation of blood and oxygen flow, promoting relaxation and healing, releasing toxins and endorphins, building enzymes, regulating hormones and the immune system.    

Click here for an informative article on Energy Medicine.Please see our Advocacy page to find out more about the efforts to further legitimize alternative healing modalities and to impact the current opioid crisis in our nation.  

*According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, Integrative Health Care, Complementary Medicine and Alternative Medicine are defined as follows: There are many definitions of “integrative” health care, but all involve bringing conventional and "complementary" or "alternative" approaches together in a coordinated way.The use of integrative approaches to health and wellness has grown within care settings across the United States. Researchers are currently exploring the potential benefits of integrative health in a variety of situations, including pain management for military personnel and veterans, relief of symptoms in cancer patients and survivors, and programs to promote healthy behaviors. 


  • If a non-mainstream practice is used together with conventional medicine, it’s considered “complementary.”
  • If a non-mainstream practice is used in place of conventional medicine, it’s considered “alternative.” 

Click here to be directed to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health website.