Acupressure for Small Animals

Heaven and Earth

Monson, MA

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About Heaven and Earth

I am a certified small animal acupressure practitioner, offering acupressure for small animals and also utilizing Chinese energy work of Tui Na, Tong Ren and Qi Gong. I offer services either in the comfort of the client's home or in my office.

Acupressure can address a number of health issues, from chronic to acute, and for the caretaker who is concerned about maintaining their animal's health, it is an excellent compliment to their pet's overall well-being.

Location

Monson, MA 01057

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  • 5/5 stars June 28, 2013

    I visited Jaime's booth at my first agility trial. My stress and nervousness about the trial, along with a long history of neck and shoulder tension problems, had led to another migraine and a lot of upper body pain. A friend of mine told me about Jaime and the work that she does. I have to say that she helped me feel 100 % better immediately - I've had massages before that have taken days to see results and I've been very sore the next day. After I left Jaime and went back to my seat, I already felt more relaxed.
    Her energy work along with massage therapy helps immensely - my migraine was gone, my muscles were looser and non painful, and I actually slept through the night that night for the first time in years of insomnia. I was very grateful for Jaime's healing work and I look forward to seeing her at my next trial!

    Jamie Y. from Heaven and Earth replied to this review on June 29, 2013:

    Thank you, Jenn! It was a pleasure to meet you and to know now how much I helped you. I understand the anxiety of a first agility trial, being both exhilerating and nerve wracking no wonder you were tense! I am glad I was able to give you relief and look forward to seeing you again! Peace, Jamie

  • 5/5 stars April 23, 2013

    Jamie has worked on my dogs many times. My older male has never been fond of body work, but has learned to love Jamie and lets her (and me) know (in his very restrained way) that he appreciates what she's doing. Jamie worked my dog through a body issue he was having that prevented us from performing optimally in agility and made it possible for him to receive his championship. She has guided me toward other remedies and people who can help me when issues outside of her purview arise. As good a healer as she is (and she is), her generosity, kindness and knowledge make just being in her company a delight as well as restorative.

    Jamie Y. from Heaven and Earth replied to this review on April 23, 2013:

    Thank you, Karen for allowing me to help Case. You are such an inspiring team to watch and I am glad that I can help (when needed) in some small way. Peace, Jamie

  • 5/5 stars February 9, 2013

    My dog Yogi is a 10 year old Yorkshire Terrier who has been diagnosed with Kidney Disease, severe hypertension, and other associated disorders. Finding Jamie and having her work on Yogi doing Tong Ren and other distant healings has been nothing short of a miracle! His hypertension has completely normalized, he has started eating again and has regained most of his energy. Jamie’s love and caring and tremendous amount of time has been a great help in trying to formulate a treatment plan including diet and resources for his different issues. I highly recommend Jamie to anyone who is looking for a true healer with her wisdom, intuition, compassion and amazing heart.

    Thank you,

    Judith Fogarty

    Jamie Y. from Heaven and Earth replied to this review on February 9, 2013:

    Thank you Judy! I can't wait to meet both you and Yogi in person! I am so grateful for your confidence in me to help Yogi and I feel very privileged to be part of his healing journey. Peace, Jamie

  • 5/5 stars January 6, 2013

    I contacted Jamie Yates-Yee for my 16 yr old lab. He had not eaten voluntarily for more than 2 months. The vet suspected more than pancreatitis...He had Cushings disease, anaplasmosis and IMHA,,
    Jamie applied accupressure points that were specific to his condition while playing some soothing music.
    My pooch loved the treatment. Jamie Yates-Yee is a patient, animal loving practitioner. Her love for dogs is very evident.
    Most importantly, she is equally supportive to the animal owner. And takes alot of time with hand-outs and hands on teaching so the owner can do it on his/her own. She comes to the house , so if your animal is too ill or hates cars, thats a great option...will be calling her again to learn the accupressure points for pain management for my dog...beats the serious side effects of pain medication on a dog's stomache. I recommend her highly for your dog's general health or chronic condition. AND SHE'S A GREAT TEACHER.!

    Jamie Y. from Heaven and Earth replied to this review on January 7, 2013:

    Thank you, Linda for inviting me into your home and the opportunity to help Cody. I hope the acupressure gave him some relief. If there is anything else I can do please do not hesitate to call me at any time.

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Acupressure is a complimentary modality to the current service your pet is receiving from their western medical veterinarian and can address many issues from acute to chronic. It is non-invasive and gentle and most animals are open to the energy work immediately.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, but is done with the use of hands and not needles. It is gentle and soothing. Often times the caretaker can be shown how to apply the acupressure as follow-up between appointments.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. If the practitioner is certified.
What times of energy work do they provide?
When can I expect to see results?
Will you work in conjunction with my veterinarian?
Do I have to travel to your office, or will you come to my home?
What if my pet does not want to be touched?

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. They should receive an evaluation from their regular veterinarian and consider acupressure as a complimentary modality to that evaluation

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. My dog Misty became ill and I sought out alternative ways to help her feel as best she could. One form of energy work led to another until I finally I discovered Chinese Energy Work, and knew that this is what I wanted to do to help not only her, but other dogs as well. It helped her to live a long life and now helps me to help other dogs do the same.