Conference on Complementary Animal Healing

Nan Martin of Experience Essential Oils will be presenting on therapeutic grade essential oils for animals at The Conference on Complementary Animal Healing in Boxborough, Massachusetts on November 11 and 12, 2012 which is sponsored by Maureen Harmonay of Animal Translations. Nan is an internationally known intuitive, animal empath and energy healer that resides in Jupiter, Florida.

Nan has extensive expertise in the use of therapeutic essential oils for emotional and physical wellbeing in humans and animals as an intuitive consultant, Certified Raindrop Technique Specialist and equestrian professional. She hosts a weekly radio show on BlogTalkRadio called Change Your Vibe with Nan Martin.

Sunday, November 11, Nan will present on the application of therapeutic essential oils for cats and dogs. She will clarify the common misconceptions about using oils for our pets by educating participants about the different grades of oils, the various applications and the safety precautions.

Monday, November 12, Nan will speak about using essential oils for horses; and how she has effectively used them in her equestrian business to improve training, release behavior problems, address stubborn skin conditions and combat persistent digestive issues that could not be resolved with traditional solutions alone.

Both days Nan’s presentations will demonstrate how essential oils can be used to improve our animals’ emotional and physical wellbeing easily and effectively. Oils can help to release emotional trauma, clear fear, minimize separation anxiety and provide calming to the nervous system. She will also provide a summary of top essential oils for common issues such as fleas and ticks, skin conditions, digestive issues, and joint and muscle pain.  

Following the conference, Nan will be teaching an essential oil training course for people and their animals at Birchwood Farm, home of Mindful Connections in Westhampton, Massachusetts on November 17 and 18, 2012. This two day workshop will feature live demonstrations and hands on training for class participants.

For more information on the conference and the intensive training course, please visit the website at

Nan can be contacted by phone at (561) 315-6334 or by email via the form on the website.