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Sleeping Dogs

pain relief
stress reduction
increased vitality
enhanced healing
​bonding and trust
improved mobility
boosted immunity
emotional balance
balanced digestion
support for chronic conditions

2024 Sessions | Rates| Dates
Large Animal: $250
In your barn, outdoor pasture/enclosure or agreed upon location.
FAIRHOPE, AL (Baldwin County)
January • March • April-July • September-December
LAS VEGAS, NV (Clark & Nye Counties)
February • August 
 •dates subject to change 
Domestic Animal: $150* 

This rate covers sessions ranging from 2 to 3 hours. The actual Jin Shin Jyutsu session will be approximately 45 minutes to an hour. However, we begin with trust building exercises, i.e. walk and/or play. Typically, three hours will suffice for most situations. 

Travel Charges: $50/hour

Travel charges encompass both time and expenses incurred for travel to and from your location, applicable only if it's an hour beyond my designated area. We'll calculate these charges transparently together, ensuring no unexpected surprises!

Gabrielle Wyant-Perillo, specializing in Animal Companion Care, Jin Shin Jyutsu for animals and White Eagle Emotional Memory Release

Sessions include a phone consultation, an on-site visit to your home, stable or facility, 3-hour minimum Jin Shin Jyutsu session and follow-up guidance and instructions.

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Gabrielle Wyant-Perillo, founder of 13 Moons Animal Wisdom Healing Center & Companion Care offers compassionate Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions for survivors of abuse or trauma, animals with behavioral issues, anxiety or fears or those needing a little "tune up", right in the safety of their own space. Gentle, nurturing sessions are carefully crafted to support healing and restoration, helping individuals reclaim a sense of balance and inner peace. Book a session today to embark on a journey of healing and empowerment, where comfort and healing merge seamlessly within the sanctuary of your home.

 

The efficacy of Jin Shin Jyutsu for animals can vary depending on factors such as the specific condition being addressed and the receptivity of the animal. This art is used during every 13 Moons Animal Wisdom companion care booking—including sitting, drop-ins and dog-walks–immediately putting animal(s) at ease while their humans are away. Many pet parents report positive outcomes, including reduced stress, improved physical comfort, better behavior and enhanced overall well-being in animals.

Jin Shin Jyutsu for humans and animals is based on the principles of energy flow and balance within the body. By applying gentle touch to specific points on the animal's body, Gabrielle will harmonize and unblock the flow of energy within your companions system, promoting trust, relaxation and natural healing processes.

Animals, like humans, can experience physical discomfort, emotional stress and imbalances in their energy flow. Jin Shin Jyutsu offers a non-invasive and holistic approach to addressing these issues, making it suitable for a wide range of animals, including companions, working animals and those in rehabilitation or rescue settings.

Evidence and case studies suggest that many animals benefit from this gentle and intuitive healing modality. As with any complementary therapy, it's essential to work with a trained and experienced practitioner who can tailor the treatment to the individual needs of the animal.

Overall, Jin Shin Jyutsu has proven to be a valuable tool in promoting the health and well-being of animals, offering a natural and holistic approach to supporting their physical, emotional and energetic balance.

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HOW I FACILITATE HEALING WITH JIN SHIN JYUTSU,
LOVE AND COMPASSION during individual private sessions and companion care appointments (including sitting, drop-ins and dog walks)

"Upon discovering Jin Shin Jyutsu® for Your Animal Companions by Adele Leas (http://jsjforyouranimal.com/jsj/), I felt an instant connection. I immediately felt a sense of knowing "this is it" and my soul felt complete on a profound level. Jin Shin Jyutsu, with its focus on harmonizing energy flow within the body, resonated deeply with me—it's an art I've instinctively practiced with animals all my life. And, oh! What a beautiful life it is."
–Gabrielle Wyant-Perillo

 

A TYPICAL SESSION INCLUDES:
 

OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT: During a leashed walk, play or cuddles, I begin by observing the animal's behavior, posture and any signs of discomfort or tension. Using heart-centered techniques, I establish a connection and assess their energy flow.

CONNECTION: Building trust and connection with your animal is crucial. I communicate non-verbally and use gentle movements to establish a sense of trust and relaxation.

HAND PLACEMENTS: Based on the energetic pathways and circulation patterns outlined by Adele Leas (http://jsjforyouranimal.com/jsj/), I apply gentle touch to specific points on the animal's body. I intuitively select these points based on the animal's direction and needs, aiming to facilitate the smooth flow of energy throughout their body.

LISTENING: Throughout the session, I listen to the animal's responses and adjust my techniques accordingly. I pay attention to changes in their breathing, body language and energy flow to gauge the effectiveness of the treatment.

FLOW: My goal is to facilitate change in the receiver (your animal) by reactivating stagnant energy so your animal companion can relax and naturally release blockages or imbalances within their energy system, thereby healing itself and creating harmony within the body. 

DURATION: A Jin Shin Jyutsu session, itself, may last anywhere from 30-45 minutes, depending on your companions tolerance and response to the treatment. However, incorporating time for observation, assessment and trust building, a SOULFUL JIN SHIN JYUTSU session often lasts three full hours.

INTEGRATION: After the session, I offer water or treats to the animal and allow them time to rest and integrate the effects of the treatment. When possible, we end with a calm walk to ground our energy.

FOLLOW-UP: Depending on the animal's condition and response to the treatment, I may recommend follow-up sessions to further support their healing and well-being. Or, I may continue with a White Eagle Emotional Memory Release session to better understand what is next required from the animals perspective.

Overall, my approach to Jin Shin Jyutsu for animals is gentle and non-invasive, aimed at promoting balance and harmony within their energy system. When harmony exists, healing can and will take place.

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