My name is Meredithe Smith and I am a fully insured, qualified reiki Practitioner Teacher (sometimes called a Master/Teacher) and Equine Reiki Practitioner.

How Reiki can help your horse: A Reiki therapy session is non-diagnostic, non-interventionist, non-manipulative and no pressure is applied (physical or otherwise). Receiving Reiki is a relaxing, revitalising and balancing experience for the whole being. The flow or Reiki is activated by intent and subconsciously the receiver will draw in as much energy as is needed as I lay my hands gently on or over their body, or sometimes from a distance.

Beneficial changes can take place over fairly short space of time. Reiki has been found to help with:

  • Physical Injuries – tendons, ligaments etc
  • Sweet Itch
  • Laminitis
  • Colic
  • Box Walking
  • Competition stress (For both the horse and rider!)
  • Behavioural issues
  • Grief
  • Performance
  • Wind Sucking
  • Cribbing
  • Owner/Horse Relationship#
  • Loading Problems
  • Appetite Loss
  • Re-homing.

How might my horse react? The great thing about using Reiki on horses is that you can ‘see’ it working. Your horse will most likely relax, lick his lips, lower his head and neck and pass wind. Some horses will lie down to sleep. Different types of horses can react in different ways; young horses may not show as many signs of relaxation as an older horse may, however a young horse will often lie down to sleep after the treatment when everyone is gone.

Every Reiki experience is different and no two sessions are the same. Reki is deeply relaxting and has a profoundly relaxing effect. Be responsive to your horse’s needs, resting them after treatment as the energy continues its work following the sessions. Reiki will always give your horse’s what they need.


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