Holistic healing for the animals, and their humans.
Mountain Heart began in the mountains and embodies those qualities of grounded strength and sensitivity within a heart-centered avenue for helping the animal kingdom. We take a holistic approach to healing and tailor the work to the individual.
From helping to clear past traumas or behavior issues to rehab to harnessing the clear focus of a competitive horse or dog, this practice is here for those that want to partner with their animal and allow for ultimate healing and wellness of all aspects.
"If everyone could briefly feel, even for a second, a glimpse of the love any animal has inside of them, it could be enough to heal the world." - Kate Fraser, Founder
Kate has been connected with the animals for her whole life, and has been studying the language of energy and that which is not spoken aloud yet still felt just as strongly and as clearly as words.
In 2010 after a serious traumatic event, she shifted course and after more quiet reflection, set sail towards a true journey of healing. Deep personal work continued to bring her back to the realm she felt most at home in, surrounded by the animals. There was always a fascination in science and understanding the full ‘why’, so it made sense to couple the linear knowledge with the intuitive gifts she had kept opening up to, diving further into the healing arts.
Always one to make her own path, she followed her instincts and guidance, moving around the West and eventually cross-country in late 2018, following a calling to live near the Sea.
Kate is a Certified Healing Touch for Animals Practitioner, and has extensive training in Holistic Horsemanship (Certified), Aromatherapy, Healing Touch, sound therapy, soul work, pendulum, chakra diagnosis, kinesiology, and animal communication.
She specializes in rehabilitating animals that seem disconnected from their true selves. Whether physically dealing with an injury or illness, or emotionally experiencing trauma from accidents, grief, or transition; each animal client is individually and sensitively assessed and given appropriate care.
Believing that all animals are teachers for us 2-leggeds, she is fortunate enough to have been chosen by two incredible 4-legged beings she calls family. Fourteen years with a soul horse and ten years with a very special canine bring daily joy, tears, laughter and lessons as they help her see her own true self and live within her own truth just as they do.
Stay tuned this winter and check out a less abbreviated version of Kate’s journey.
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