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Name:Margrit Coates
Country: United Kingdom

PO Box 1826

Website: www.thehorsehealer.com

Hamburg 7th Annual EAHAE Conference
EAHAE Conference Speaker 2011


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The World's Leading Horse Healer and Renowned Horse Communicator

Margrit Coates has paved the way for healing for horses to become well known worldwide and her books, lectures and clinics have brought animal healing into respectability. Her particular empathy with horses is now legendary.www.theanimalhealer.com is Margrit's generic animal healing website.

Margrit has been featured in numerous magazines including Horse and Rider, Horse and has written a monthly column for Vision magazine, and the New York Daily News. She has written a monthly column for Vision magazine and a pet column for the Daily Mail newspaper. Margrit has also been featured in several TV programmes and gives frequent radio interviews about her work.

Margrit is the author of five groundbreaking books - Healing for Horses, Hands on healing for Pets, Horses Talking, Connecting with Horses and her new book Angel Pets. 

I have over 25 years experience as a healer, and now specialise exclusively with animals. Over the years I have given many thousands of healing treatments to, and communicated with, a huge variety of horses. I have worked with competition and race horses, family hacks and retired horses, brood mares and foals, old horses and young ones - and horses of every breed! I also receive regular veterinary referrals for my work.

"I am a member of The Healing Trust, and I teach animal healing for The Healing Trust. I am also a healer member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.

Together with a homeopathic veterinary surgeon and a veterinary physiotherapist, I am a partner in a clinic offering natural therapies for all animals as well as horses. My healing experience is wide ranging including with horses, dogs, cats, birds, farm animals, zoo and exotic animals etc. I lecture world wide in animal healing, and also run courses world wide for professionals working with animals (including vets, animal behaviourists, chiropractors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, etc). 

I live in the beautiful New Forest National Park of southern England and it is wonderful to be surrounded by so much wildlife, and of course the wild ponies."


My ethics and the unique offer I make.

As  member of the world's largest healing organisation I adhere to it's strict code of conduct. and to the veterinary act. This is important in a field where anyone can offer animal healing or communication , even with little or no experience or training. As an all round healer who is very experienced with both humans and animals, I can help with the human - animal partnership. 

I am passionate about helping people with their animals, and I offer a unique service in this respect. When I give healing to your animal I link you in that process, so that you too receive healing energy. 

Healing and the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966

Healing - channelling healing energy through the hands from a universal source of energy - should not be used as a substitute for veterinary care and attention. 

Please note that  Paragraph 18 of Part 2F of the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct, provides information including that all animals must be seen by a veterinary surgeon , and that the vet is content for healing to be given by the laying on of hands.

With any concerns that you may have about an animals' health or wellbeing, your first port of call must be a veterinarian. Only a vet may make a diagnosis , or prescribe.

If you want to book Margrit for a healing session, you will need to first ask your veterinary surgeon for approval for this therapy to take place.