I’m Pip, and I’m a remote palliative energy healer for beings of all types, but I especially love helping animals. Palliate means ‘ease (symptoms) without curing the underlying disease’*. As a conduit for Divine light -which I call ‘sending light’ and my sister has dubbed PipLight™, I’ve helped people and animals in Norway, Australia, the UK, Canada, and all over the US feel better. I’m a firm believer in the fact that while, yes, western medicine has its benefits, alternative methods definitely do, too, and many times the two together can do wonders. Palliative energy healing, has none of the nasty side-effects from medications, either. My mission is to help ease suffering…and that’s a mission I plan to spend my life fulfilling. I love helping animals because they are particularly receptive to energy healing, and nearly every session’s feedback includes something along the lines that “they are so calm or “they fell asleep and are resting peacefully”.

I’m not claiming to be a miracle worker, far from it, but I know from over a decade of lightwork that the healing benefits of what I do are real, and that feeling less pain or stress can make a huge difference in a being’s life.

I offer a Retainer Plan for $99 (an insanely fabulous deal!) or a single 30-minute session if that’s more your speed.

Have any questions? Contact me!

PS: we do NOT Zoom, Skype, chat, or anything like that. Email (or text) is how I roll. 😎

*The more detailed definition, from Merriam Webster is “medical and related care provided to a patient with a serious, life-threatening, or terminal illness that is not intended to provide curative treatment but rather to manage symptoms, relieve pain and discomfort, improve quality of life, and meet the emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the patient.

Many still believe palliative care is appropriate only when nothing more can be done to treat a patient’s disease and prolong life. But unlike hospice, palliative care can and should be delivered while patients continue treatment for their diseases.— Jane E. Brody, The New York Times*

**Disclaimer: Energy healing is a natural method of energy clearing and balancing, and may be used as part of an integrative healing or wellness program. While it can be used entirely on its own, it is not meant as a substitute for medical treatment.