Sarah is a North Brisbane based Naturopath and Kinesiologist that supports both humans and animals to become more healthy, happy and connected to spirit.
In this episode Sarah talks to us about the benefits of working with flower essences and kinesiology with your animals. She also teaches us about hair compatibility testing and hair mineral analysis; what they are, what the difference is between the two, when you would have these tests, etc. Sarah also tells us a funny story of a client with a chicken that had always loved catching crickets and had all of a sudden stopped.
While Sarah is based in Brisbane, Australia, she does help people globally and you can find her right here:
The correct mineral balance is important for optimal health in animals. Mineral excess or deficiency can lead to ill health and disease. Mineral imbalances in animals may present as rough coat, dry flaky skin, eating dirt, debarking trees, tooth-decay and worse.
Hair tissue mineral analysis is a non-invasive test that measures the levels of nutrients and toxic metals found in the hair of dogs and horses. It can detect an excess or deficiency of nutrient minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc. It can also identify over exposure to toxic metals such as arsenic, aluminium, cadmium and lead.
The Compatibility Hair Test uses modern technology to measure your animal’s compatibility against over 250 foods, grooming and household products at a cellular level. It will identify exactly which foods and products you should be avoiding (affecting your animal on a subtler level than standard intolerance or allergy testing).
SARAH'S FLOWER ESSENCE BLENDS
Sarah crafts blends of Australian Bush Flower, Bach and Desert Alchemy blends especially for anxious, stressed out animals.
These vibrational essences support your animal energetically and emotionally to feel grounded, safe, loved and connected to the vibration of love.
CHAT BOX STAR, MICKEY
Mickey is an 8 year old gelding, Anglo sporthorse. According to Mum he's a sane, quiet, people's horse - sounds ideal to me!
In this episode, Mickey wants to talk to us about how being floated, particularly long distances, and how it causes a lot of body fatigue. We chat about his bit, an elusive "click" in his back end and how he's never going to be a champion competitor. I have spoken with Mickey on previous occasions and there was a recent problem with grief when one of his horse buddies Ruby left and he hadn't been able to say goodbye. This was very difficult for Mickey and caused some stress for his human family. They were heading off to a competition at the time where Ruby was going to be and wondered whether that was going to be a good or bad thing to do. It was the turning point for Mickey coming back into himself and he hasn't looked back. He's a beautiful horse and I love chatting with him.
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