About this event:
Do you love animals and wish you could understand their messages? Sandra Larson, International Animal Communicator, will assist you. Come and learn what your animals are thinking! She’ll give you some simple steps to learn how you can become an animal communicator, too!
You will be allowed to bring live dogs to the session as long as they are well socialized to people and other dogs. (Because we want everyone to be safe, no aggressive or fearful dogs should come to the live readings. Except for dogs, all the other species must be brought in carriers. If you have questions, please contact Sandra.)
Sandra is able to talk with all species of animals. If you can’t bring your animal, you can bring a photo of it for the gallery reading. You are also invited to bring a photo of animals that have transitioned.
We will do as many readings as possible during the time allotted, but we may not be able to talk with everyone’s animals. If you would like to be sure of a reading, you can set up a one-on-one session for your animal by appointment before the gallery begins.
Animal Communication can be funny, tender, silly, amazing and also very enlightening. This is a great place for children and adults to see that their animal companions really do have opinions and their own reasons for doing what they do. Often, these reasons surprise their human companions! It helps to remember that all behavior is motivated behavior, even animal behavior.
When we understand those we love, our relationships can really grow and become even more important in our lives! Come join us for the pleasure and playfulness of giving your beloved animal friends an opportunity to have their voices heard!
Comments: We have been having so much fun talking with the animals. Most are conversations with live animals, but sometimes we talk with animals that have made their transition! Recently, I asked the dogs that were present at the gallery which one would like to come up to talk with me. Almost every time when one animal would walk away, another would walk up, lower his or her head for a scratch and then they would start talking with us. Last week we had a precious young man and his Mom bring a snake for us to talk with! It was beautiful. Now with the time and day change, we are hoping more children will come out with their animals. We’ve had mixed species in the same room together and everything was just fine!
Energy Exchange: $25 per person + $3 per dog for clean up fee
Please review the following waiver of liability. You may print and sign the waiver and bring it with you to the event.
Waiver of Liability