The purpose of CAT is to bring expertise from around the country and around the world to all animal lovers and professionals in the Pet Industry and Animal Rescue.
Longwood, FL (PRWEB) September 21, 2010
Nationally known authors, teachers, and experts will bring their knowledge of animals and nature to Orlando, Florida this fall and spring of 2011.
Over thirty plus seminars are being presented by the Centers for Animal Therapies/C.A.T., a Florida-based program now in its second year. "We have spent over six months putting this series together," explains founder and owner Jo Maldonado, herself a teacher and well schooled on animal topics. "Experts will be coming from all over the country, and we plan to make Orlando a key destination in the world of animal therapy and communication."
From California, Kathleen Prasad, Founder and Director, Animal Reiki Source; from Arizona, Carla Meeske who pioneered the Shamanic Method of Animal Communication; from Virginia, June Sananjaleen Hughes teaching Quantum Touch, an innovative form of energy healing; and from as far away as Poland, well known spiritual healer, Rev. Wendy Chojnowski; these are just a few of the over thirty plus classes scheduled by the Centers for Animal Therapies/C.A.T., LLC, referred to as CAT.
There is something for everyone, from Dog Nutrition to Animal Communication; from Spiral Healing to Reiki Heal ing; from Intro to Shamanism to Shamanic Animal Healing; from How to Promote and Build your Pet Business to Fundraising for Non-Profit Animal Organizations; and much more... Balancing Body & Mind, Remote Viewing (helpful in finding lost pets), Talking to Spirits (of animals), Fears & Phobias in Dogs, even Astrology and Animals. If you work with animals, care about nature, and are interested in natural healing, this series will put you in touch with some of the latest and best resources available in the country. Click here for the complete list of classes.
"The purpose of CAT is to bring expertise, from around the country, around the world, and from our own ar ea in Central Florida. The classes are geared to all animal lovers, and professionals in the Pet Industry and Animal Rescue. In fact, CAT's first seminars this fall, "RESCUE FOR THE RESCUE" on Sept. 25, will be FREE to the animal rescue community. This day-long event honors the many friends and neighbors who unselfishly devote their lives to protect animals in jeopardy," says Maldonado.
Jo Maldonado has her eye on a very special target for CAT: "Our goal is to become the definitive resource for people who love and work with animals in Central Florida. The fact that so many nationally respected experts have agreed to make Orlando their focus, speaks well of our animal loving community. We in Orlando have much to contribute and CAT intends to establish our place in the world of animal care and communication."
For further information contact Jo Maldonado, 407-869-1145, or jo(at)centerforanimaltherapies(dot)com or go to http://www.centersforanimaltherapies.com
Centers for Animal Therapies/C.A.T., LLC is a educational program that offers classes on animals, nature and natural therapies. For more information go to http://www.centersforanimaltherapies.com
"Rescue for the Rescue Fair" is a FREE all day event that offers education at no cost to any animal volunteer or staff rescue or shelter, this Saturday, Sept. 25.