Thu, 16 Mar|
Online via Zoom
Holistic Animal Care Monthly Q&A Session - Anxiety
Learn natural strategies for supporting your anxious animal.
TIME & LOCATION
16 Mar, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
Online via Zoom
ABOUT THE EVENT
Would you like to learn natural and holistic ways of caring for your animals?
Join these monthly live Q&A sessions with holistic animal care mentor Ruth Hatten to learn more about a variety of holistic animal care strategies, and get your questions answered.
Each month, Ruth will deliver a teaching on one holistic animal care topic. There will be time for Q&A where you can ask questions about the topic covered plus any other questions you have about holistic animal care generally for example: products (eg foods, supplements, grooming etc), nutrition, plant medicines (eg herbs, essential oils, mushrooms), energy, human animal connection and spirituality.
These are group sessions held online over Zoom. The sessions will be recorded and uploaded into the Holistic Animal Care private members group (notification emailed to registrants) within 24 hours of the session. If you're not able to attend the session live, please put your questions into the Holistic Animal Care Q&A Group and Ruth will answer them during the live session. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions following the session in the Group.
Ticket price includes access to the Q&A session that you book and to the Holistic Animal Care Q&A Group (group access valid for one month from the date of the live Q&A session - great if you're watching the recording of the live session and if you have follow up questions).
Holistic Animal Monthly Q&A
Ruth is a Holistic Animal Care Mentor. Her work encompasses principles of naturopathy, nutrition, plant medicine, energy and spirituality. Ruth's mission is to help animals feel healthier and happier utilising the bounty that nature provides.
Since 2015, Ruth has helped hundreds of animals around the world feel healthier using her holistic wellness approach to animal care. Ruth believes that animals can thrive when they are supported with species appropriate nutrition and natural remedies, and she's excited to help you help your fur family.