LIVE ONLINE PROGRAM
12 Weekly Lessons on Zoom • Fridays Starting September 8, 2023
Lifetime Course Access
It’s all going to come together – in 12 weeks, through 12 meridians – you will finally understand how to impact energy flow and create healing for yourself and your animals. How our life energy (our Qi) flows through a system of channels (meridians) actually conditions our overall existence: how we think, how we feel, how our body moves. Everything.
Healing is a journey, one that includes the path of healing wounds on the soul as well as the body. Organs, Meridians & Emotions is the next leg of that journey. We will leave no stone unturned in the quest to heal, cure, preserve life and vibrant health, and to understand the emotions that set certain unhelpful patterns in motion within a being’s system.
When you graduate from this course, you will also be one step closer to Certification in Acupressure and Meridian Touch Healing.
- Animal lovers who see animals as individuals and desire to create harmony amongst animals or between animals and humans.
- Animal lovers who want to optimize the wellness of animals in their care – including those with animals in their homes, animal trainers, dog walkers, animal groomers, shelter/rescue workers, pet sitters, animal conservationists – simply anyone who loves and cares for animals.
- Empaths and intuitives who want to deepen their connection with animals.
- Veterinarians and veterinary support teams who desire to elevate their understanding of the whole animal (and, elevate their career and value in the veterinary field as a result).
- Body work practitioners such as acupuncturists, reflexologists, massage therapists and others who can improve their techniques by understanding the animal’s pain points.
- Reiki, Pranic, Crystal, Quantum, Qigong, and other Energy Healers who desire to incorporate bodywork into their practice.
Here’s what else you can expect from this LIVE online 12-week course:
- Personalized instruction from Dr. Jill Todd, DVM, CVA, CVCP, Holistic Veterinary Practitioner.
- Special guest appearances by Joan Ranquet, International Animal Communicator and Energy Healer.
- Hands-on support and guidance through small breakout groups led by professionals in the field: Shannon Myers, Animal Communicator, Healer & Nutritionist, and Marie-Christine Lochot, Licensed Massage Therapist and Energy Healer.
- Written materials that enhance your learning and are yours to download and refer back to as you put into practice what you’ve learned.
- Hands-on homework that solidifies the techniques taught throughout the course.
I absolutely love this class and cannot even begin to count how many times I use the simple yet extremely effective techniques I’ve learned from Dr. Jill for my horses, dog and cats.
Understanding the innerworkings of organs, meridians and emotions has allowed me to help my animals with colic, breathing issues, nervousness, hip pain and even relaxation. This course is a must for all animal caregivers!!
-Shannon Myers, Animal Communicator & Animal Energy Healer – Florida
Our body wants – and needs – to be at peace…to be in a state of harmonious balance within its Yin and Yang forces. If that balance is disrupted and becomes out of alignment, illness (physically and emotionally) can manifest. For healing to occur, you must know exactly where to access the energy points and release any blockages or surplus energy which may be causing the imbalance.
Here’s some of what you will learn in the Organs, Meridians & Emotions course:
- There are 12 meridians on each side of the body:
- 6 Yin meridians: Lung, Heart, Pericardium, Liver, Kidney & Spleen
- 6 Yang meridians: Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Triple Heater/Burner, Urinary Bladder, Gallbladder & Stomach
- Each Yin organ is paired with a Yang organ, and to support each other they must remain in harmony and balance.
- The meridian lines in your body and your animals’ bodies is the energy network of the body. The lines are the channels by which our energy flows – transporting the energy throughout the body, to our organs and tissues, and outside our body to the environment.
- Our environment is composed of the Five Elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water.
- In Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, these elements help us understand our animals and their archetypes.
- How all the organs, meridians, and elements interact helps us determine the best and most effective treatment plan for our animal’s emotional and physical pain.
About Dr. Jill
Dr. Jill Todd’s introduction to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine came 10 years after owning and operating a traditional Veterinarian practice built on Western medicine. It was then that the love of her life, Tally Ho, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, needed surgery on her back. When the procedure backfired and Tally Ho’s back got worse, Dr. Jill took her to an acupuncturist. After just three weeks of consistent treatment, Tally Ho was walking, then climbing stairs shortly after. Dr. Jill felt like she had witnessed a miracle…and that’s when her training in Eastern medicine began.
Dr. Jill sold her clinic, moved to the Pacific Northwest, and opened an Acupuncture and Orthopedic Manipulation Veterinary Medicine practice. Later, she met a kindrid spirit in Joan Ranquet, and together they founded Jill & Joan Healing, offering energy healing courses and all natural Hemp products. Dr. Jill’s ability to read animals at a soul and energetic level – to pick up on their pain, anxiety, fear or aggression – wasn’t learned in school, however. It’s an intuitive gift that remains one of her life’s beautiful mysteries, a gift that she humbly uses to serve animals and the humans who love them.
About Joan Ranquet
Animal communicator, TEDx speaker, Hay House author, educator and animal healer, Joan Ranquet leads an inspired life. It’s no surprise MSN deemed her as one of the “Top 25 People Who Do What They Love.”
Joan has connected with animals professionally for over 25 years, and she’s connected with them personally as long as she can remember. Her calling has led her to work with hundreds of thousands of pet owners, trainers, barn managers, and vets – teaching animal communication through workshops, wildlife retreats, and private sessions.
In 2009, Joan founded CWALU (Communication With All Life University), a certification program for animal communicators and energy healers. She is the author of Energy Healing for Animals (Sounds True), and Communication with all Life (Hay House) and is an active contributor to Dharma of Dogs (Sounds True).
For eight years, Joan spearheaded trips to swim with wild dolphins, she’s facilitated excursions to South Africa and Borneo, and she now leads eco wildlife adventures with endangered species.
Deemed “Celebrity Animal Communicator” in an AMC Channel documentary, Joan has been featured in dozens of media including The Hollywood Reporter, Pet Nation on Dateline NBC, The Today Show on NBC, Good Morning America on ABC, Animal Planet, The National Enquirer, and The Los Angeles Times to name a few.
Joan shares her expertise and experience all over the country and even internationally, speaking on animal communication, human/animal relationships, energy healing, and marine wildlife.