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Please read our "Complementary Healing Philosophy" and "Animal Communication and Energy Healing Disclaimer" directly below prior to  booking an appointment with Ginny. 


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Prescott, Arizona, United States

909-708-6175

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COMPLEMENTARY HEALING PHILOSOPHY

ALWAYS SEEK MEDICAL OR VETERINARY CARE: DISCLAIMER

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 is not intended to be a substitute for traditional Medical or Veterinary care; we do not diagnose or prescribe treatment. 


ANIMAL COMMUNICATION AND ENERGY WORK DISCLAIMER:  When you book an appointment with Ginny you acknowledge and agree that working with Ginny does not preclude or prevent you from seeing a medical doctor, veterinarian or psychotherapist. Working with Ginny is not a medical, veterinary, psychological, or clinical relationship. An Animal Communicator, Medical 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.
Heart of the Horse promotes 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 to 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 result in an imbalance which interferes with the proper physiological and psychological functioning of the body and 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.)


Please see our Volunteerism and Advocacy page (under the About Ginny menu option) 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 webs