New York City welcomes our human-animal heart connection …

My work is listed in New York City’s doggy guide by Jason McDowell Inwolf: Pet Loss Resources.

“Christine uses a combination of physical body language and spiritual techniques to help you communicate more effectively with your pet. A close friend of mine recently lost their pet and used Christine to communicate in the final hours, and had nothing but good things to say about how much the experience meant to both the pet and the owners.”

Animal Communication Class!

“Beginning Animal Communication Workshop”
to usher in a new relationship between your best friend and you

and a new Workshop
“Grief into Gratitude”
to help us, when our animals pass and we want to hear the messages they send.

Oil by Louis Corinth 1902

Oil by Louis Corinth 1902

No experience necessary. For more information and to reserve your place: Learn Howl! Classes.

Currently Los Angeles (June 21+22) and Santa Barbara (June 14+15), but let me know if you’d like to set up another location.

What’s it like to take Christine’s Workshop?
Denise Martel, Austin, Texas workshop participant June, 2011, says – “I was incredibly surprised and overjoyed with the connections I was able to make with my own pet and a friend’s during only a few hours at my first workshop with Christine. I was really unsure of how it would all work, would I be able to “do it” and what is it all about? more

Christine is a wonderfully patient and compassionate teacher. She artfully guided us through several steps preparing our way and my workshop partner and I were both astounded and amazed at our validated experiences! I highly recommend Animal Awakening workshops to anyone with beloved pets, or with animals in their lives. It has changed my outlook!”

I would love you to join with me in the bliss of communication with your best friend.

Animals and Grief – the heart

The Physical Loss of Your Animal (an excerpt)

The physical loss may seem the hardest part. Who else in your life lets you touch them any time you want? Who else smells so good even when their fur is wet? Who else is so soft? Who else comes to meet you or gives up their spot on the couch for you, if you ask? In some ways we rely even more on the physical aspect with our animals because we don’t have the same verbal connection we rely with other humans. But it’s also because they have a direct affect on us physically. It has to do with the heart. Read more