Polly Klein – CranioSacral & Reiki Therapist Small Animal Massage Practitioner and Communication Specialist
Polly Klein, owner of Tonglen Healing Arts for Animals, is a nationally recognized animal communicator and healer. After completing her degree in Psychology with an emphasis on the connection between mind, body, spirit and health, Polly continued her postgraduate training at Bastyr University for CranioSacral Therapy and later received her certification as an Animal CranioSacral Therapist with Dr. Nancy Soliven. In 2013 Polly completed her National Boards for Small Animal Massage and became a licensed Small Animal Massage Practitioner. She received animal communication training from the Assisi Institute, and completed her advanced training with Penelope Smith in Point Reyes, California. She is also a Reiki Master Teacher.
Reiki is the Japanese word for Universal Life Energy. This energy flows through everything and when there are blockages or imbalances in this flow physical and emotional problems may arise. Reiki for animals is a gentle, non-invasive form of healing that works with your animal’s energy system to restore balance and improve energy flow. It is used to complement traditional veterinary care and can be used concurrently with other healing modalities. Reiki is also very useful for alleviating your animal’s pain or stress.
CranioSacral Therapy works by helping your animal’s natural healing mechanisms dissipate the negative effects of stress on the central nervous system. This is accomplished by utilizing a physiological body system called the CranioSacral system.
Animal communication is the process of talking directly to your animals through thought. Animal communication is wonderful for gaining insight into problem behaviors because solutions are much more effective when your animal’s perspective is taken into account. Animal communication sessions are very useful for gauging how much pain your animal is feeling. It also helps you to determine when your companion animal may want your assistance to leave their body at the end of their life.
Polly lives in Issaquah with her three dogs, two cats, parrot, pond of goldfish and her children. We are glad to have her as part or our team!