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Physical Health and Wellbeing with Animal Communication

Thu, Mar 12, 2020 · 8:30 PM · Pretoria
About This Webinar

This webinar focuses on knowing your animal's physical health. Wynter speaks about how it feels to be able to pick up intuitively on an animal's health issues, and how to address them. She also addresses how looking after your own health and wellbeing has a positive impact on all the animals in your environment.

During the webinar, you will be guided in a "body-scanning" technique which shows you how you are able to intuitively sense how your animal friend is feeling in their body.

It is important to note, animal communication is not a replacement for a veterinary consultation, but can work well alongside veterinary care. Trusting your intuition and your animal friends goes a long way to keeping them healthy and happy.

Wynter discusses the benefits of energy healing and other alternative therapies and how animals respond.

There will be time for questions at the end of the talk.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: $12.50
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Wynter Worsthorne
Core Facilitator and Founder of Animaltalk Africa
Wynter is based in Cape Town and has been practicing as a Professional Animal Communicator since 2002. She is the author of "Where is Biggles?" and teaches introduction and advanced workshops internationally. Her deep love is for African Wildlife. She works closely with Baboon Matters Trust and the Global White Lion Protection Trust who she supports through the global meditations and prayers, right here on Big Marker. She is one of the few people invited to facilitate groups at Tsau Conservancy in South Africa where the rare and sacred White Lions roam free in a protected area of their endemic homeland.
In 2010 she founded AnimalTalk Africa's online Academy, which has developed into a wonderful like-minded community of people learning how to communicate with the animals.
To learn more about her work please visit www.animaltalkafrica.co.za
Webinar hosting presenter Janine Opheim
Janine grew up in Australia but now lives in Norway. She met Wynter in 2004 when they both lived in England and she qualified as a practitioner through Wynter's Animaltalk Africa Online Academy in 2016. Janine is a participant of the White Lion Leadership Academy and supports Wynter with the ATAOA Forum and holds practice sessions for students.
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Deborah Van Buren
My sweet Aussie just passed away from dilated cardiomyopathy. In the weeks before one behavior noticed was he was suddenly resistant and somewhat fearful of going to the house of friends who he knew well. In retrospect I sense his heart was beginning to fail with no obvious outward signs but he was feeling vulnerable (being prey) and did not want to be left there, (they often pet sat for us). Just wanting some confirmation that my sense was accurate. Deborah
Wynter Worsthorne
Dear Deborah. Thank you for this question. Yes, I feel your sense is correct. Heart failure is really uncomfortable and disconcerting and he would have been feeling very vulnerable. So sorry to hear of his passing, know that he is with you still. Thank you for being on the webinar this evening.
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