Feng Shui Animals

Did you know the ear is the orchestra conductor of the entire nervous system? The ear organizes sound and language; helps us translate the horizontal and vertical, choreographing the bodies dance of rhythm and movement. It keeps us vertical. Sound therapy such as music, drumming and other sounds also affect our posture.

Dr. Susan Wagner Veterinary Neurologist

Dr. Susan Wagner Veterinary Neurologist

At this year’s feng shui conference Veterinarian Neurologist, Susan Wagner will present on the Power of Music and other sounds to heal what ails you.

Her pioneering work acknowledges the spiritual interaction between people and animals. Dr. Wagner is an active public speaker in the areas of energy theory, healing and spirituality. She views the human-animal bond as a model for human-human interactions, and teaches us how to live life according to energetic principles.

Dr. Wagner co-authored Through A Dog’s Ear: Using Sound to Improve the Health and Behavior of Your Canine Companion, and was research director for the Through A Dog’s Ear CD series. She is a Healing Touch for Animals® practitioner, and is the founder of Equine Assisted Awareness, an energy based equine therapy for humans. Dr. Wagner has been seen on CBS Early Morning and The Today Show on NBC.

What is good for the four-legged species is good for the two legged ones as well. Music changes how we feel and can even directs our intentions to fulfillment. Register today for your $50 off early registration opportunity.