What better thing to be able to give yourself or your horse, dog , cat, than a spa day. Instilling health, wellness, peace of mind, cleansing of the systems. This isn’t the real reason I love doing them… especially to horses but it is simply that once at ease with the energy flow of the oils they often fall asleep. Snore even! How cute!
For some horses the oils are not so welcome because in my mind they open up too much too soon. For others they welcome the Rain Drop Therapy from the get go. All depends on the day , the horse , the human, the underlying issues .
What I came to find was that on one of mine, he really began to let the oils do the healing after his 3rd or 4th time, but it was too much and he is so sensative emotionally it really got to him. Very similar reaction I have to accupuncture treatments. I get all shakey , i can reason my way through it though, horses,
( Animals ) not so much. The results for that Break Through treatment were astounding but the application had to be changed as the memory of the protocol application was not pleasent.
So, I took it upon myself to adjust application to this horse . My test dummy! Now a very willing, happy participant in spa days!
Last application to said horse was so relaxing. Applied V6 oil first to back and legs and coronet, then applied oils as recommneded. The hotter oils I applied to my hands first and massaged in. Just sublte changes made all the difference. It is important to remember it is that no matter how the oils are applied, Vita Flex technique, or not, they will do their task well. As we are speaking now of the Rain Drop they are typically dripped on but best to get them on so to apply by hand is fine with gentle massage strokes that suite the patient and its all good. Always follow basic directions for each oil whenever in use and always note the patients needs and reactions for further applications.
If all else fails Defuse!!