Biodynamic Acupressure

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Biodynamic Acupressure is an energetic healing modality based on the meridians and extraordinary vessels defined by traditional oriental (Chinese) medicine principles combined with a contemporary Biodynamic perspective of healing. 


These meridians and channels correlate to the sensory and motor neurons of the central nervous system and its' various counterparts which affect all systems of the body. I facilitate this work through a no touch or very light touch approach. 


Traditional oriental (Chinese) medicine identifies meridians as "energy channels" that carry the life force energy known as qi (chee) to activate internal processes, movement and thought.


Traditional Oriental (Chinese) Medicine, Acupressure and Massage are now considered  complementary* care by 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.


For more information about Acupressure and the science behind this modality of body work please see our Body Work Resources page or contact us.

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When asked what surprised him about humanity the most, The Dalai Lama replied, 

“Man. Because he sacrifices his health to make money. Then he sacrifices his money to recuperate his health… He lives as though he is never going to die and dies having never really lived.”

Holistic Energy Healer/Instructor and Intuitive

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Holistic Healing and Reiki are considered to be complimentary* care and is based on the esoteric traditions of the East Indian religions including Hinduism and Buddhism. Although Ginny is a Certified Reiki "Master" she has never accpeted attunements or symbols into her energetic field. 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.

Hinduism and Buddhism offer differing perspectives of the energy system of the body. The Hindu, or Yogic, perspective identifies seven (7) main chakras (a Sanskrit word meaning wheel or energy center) is the more commonly known and widely practiced in the US. Depending on the source, there are said to be between 800 and 2,000 minor chakras and more than 70,000 and 350,000 nadi, the pranic energy (life force energy) conduits, which interact with the physical body of both humans and animals. 

Reiki embraces the understanding of the chakra systems, but relies on its own understanding of life force energy, or ki. Reiki practitioners access the universal source of ki to cleanse the aura, subtle bodies, chakras, nadi and physical body, always employing the intention that it is for the highest good of the one receiving the healing.


*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.

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Please read Ginny's compelling story of illness and recovery in partnership with the equine world under the "About Ginny" tab in the menu above.


For more information about Holistic Healing, Intuitive Healing or Energy Medicine please see our Energy Work Resources page or contact us using the link provided on this site. 

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Testimonial

 ”Words cannot express the gratitude I feel for Ginny’s help in my family.  My beautiful boy has struggled with extreme anger and frustration for a few years now.  One thing lead to another and while we accomplished a lot on our own I realized I needed some help.  This has been an incredibly traumatic time; we were at a point where he was having 5 or 6 major physical fits a day.    I knew this was beyond what I understood, and was guided to Ginny from another healer who thought she could help. 

Not only has Ginny been able to help us by successfully peeling back the layers needed to deeply heal and reconstruct our lives, she has provided me with the tools I needed to understand we are all capable of healing ourselves, and taught me that love is the strongest force in the Universe.  We are definitely on the path of healing and transformation.  There are even days with no fits now and our quality of life has vastly improved.  My son even told me he knows his soul purpose is about love, he is 5 by the way.   

Recently, we were blessed to have a healing performed by one of her horses, Apache on my son.  This was truly a miraculous and beautiful event that I will never forget.  My son has realized he can communicate and hear animals.  Because of Ginny, many doors have opened in our lives, and I am forever grateful.  We are just a few of the many people this woman has touched and healed.  Many thanks Ginny!” 

BODY WORK AND ENERGY WORK DISCLAIMER

 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 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 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.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.     

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