A balanced body has the ability to heal itself...

Wellness With

Infinite Heart has the tools to help energetically balance the body...

Person receiving Reiki from a Miniature Horse at Wellness With Infinite Heart

The tools (or modalities and techniques) that I use

support horses, pets, other animals, and people...

physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.

Equine Assisted & Guided Reiki

Equine Guided Healing Circles & Events

Holy Fire III Reiki

Healing Touch

Healing Touch for Animals

Masterson Method® Equine Specialist work

Pendulum Alchemy & Dowsing


Light Therapy & Photopuncture

Essential Oils


The meaning of the body having the ability to heal itself can mean more than a restoration of health. It may mean the body is able to support itself for the way that is it, for things that can't be "healed" or changed. Or unfortunately it is not always about becoming healthier in our bodily form.... it can also be about needing to transition and pass out of this world. My modalities of Reiki, Shamanism, and essential oils can be supportive and beneficial in these situations also.

Horse receiving Reiki at Wellness With Infinite Heart
Human receiving Reiki and Pendulum Alchemy at Wellness With Infinite Heart
Human receiving equine assisted and guided Reiki at Wellness With Infinite Heart

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Contact me @ 515-291-3994 (talk or text)
Facebook: @wellnesswithinfiniteheart

*Disclaimer: I, am not a physician, veterinarian, psychologist/therapist, or an equine assisted therapist/psychotherapist, or nor do I claim to be. The information I provide is not meant to replace the advice of the previously mentioned and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. All therapies/modalities and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Refer to a licensed medical or veterinary professional for medical care.

I provide holistic methods for horses, pets/animals, people to help restore balance to the mind, body, and soul to help the body to heal itself. I provide therapies/modalities that help to energetically balance the body. Balancing these imbalances can be beneficial to helping the body physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually so it may have the ability to heal itself. I believe in doing no harm and to do what is for the highest good at the time of the session whether I am working with an animal or person. The methods I use are non-invasive. Some are hands-on energy techniques – this is not in private areas of the body. Sensations may be felt in areas of the body where it is not being touched. I do not advise anyone to take part in anything without getting consent from your physician, psychologist, therapist, or veterinarian first. These therapies/modalities can be extremely useful in conjunction with traditional medicine and veterinary care. The length of a session may vary in length depending on what is required. Animal sessions maybe shorter as they process energy differently than people. It may take 3 sessions or more to see or feel a change. The longer it has been going on the longer it will take for the body to be able to deal with it and start healing.  I am only the help… we all have free will, people and animals, and it is up to the client if they want to take on the healing work or not. Sometimes it is like peeling an onion, one layer than another, layer after layer. It is possible to have physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual reactions especially if it has been a chronic issue. These issues need to be released in some way. If needed a therapist should be consulted while the sessions are releasing old energy.

All products are intended for support and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Refer to licensed medical or veterinary professional for medical care. I can make suggestions from my personal, experience but it is up to the client if and what products they may want to use. 

Under Iowa Law, a domesticated animal professional is not liable for damages suffered by, an injury to , or the death of a participant resulting from the inherent risks of domesticated animal activities, pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 673. You are assuming the inherent risks of participating in this domesticated animal activity.