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  BODY BALANCE HELPS ILLNESS
Article By: Joanna Banks        Publish Date: 2008-09-11

Dear Eugenie

 

I just wanted to thank you so very much for the amazing day on Sunday I had with Kai.   As I said, when I gave my comments after our session, TTouch is the most incredible “therapy” that really works and always offers so many different solutions to problems or discomfort in the animal’s bodies.   I could see how Kai was benefitting so much from all the different touches and, even within such a short time, he was supporting his body in a more balanced posture and was far less stressed and focusing much better when we walked through the labyrinth.   Also the great suggestion of Tracey and Wendy to use the harness and balance lead was a real bonus because I was able to guide him more easily around the different obstacles.  I know he obviously worked hard because when we got home he just had a long drink of water and went to sleep for a good part of the afternoon.    

 

I especially want to thank you for giving me Tracey and Wendy as practitioners to work with myself and Kai – they are such super “girls” to work with and have such empathy and related to Kai in a matter of seconds.   He was very happy to be touched by them and it was quite amazing when Wendy was able to find a different way to move his tail around, when before hand he had been slightly reluctant to be touched much in that area.   In fact he was enjoying it so much he didn’t want her to stop.   Also it was so brilliant that Tracey had looked up on the internet all she could find out about Kai’s fibrotic myopathy so that she was immediately able to work on very specific areas and was very knowledgeable on the subject.   She was absolutely great.  In fact both the “girls” offered me a huge amount of information and advice.   Thank you.  

 

So all I can say is Sunday was absolutely “Brilliant” and a big thank you to you all.

Love

Joanna

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