Lynn Wolf

lynnwolfLynn Wolf is gifted in bringing wholeness and healing to animals and humans through various energy medicine modalities. She has been a full time practitioner through her business Animals in Balance and Humans in Balance since 2007, and has accumulated over 20,000 hours of healing work through her practice. 

Lynn has received 1200 hours of extensive training in visionary craniosacral work, including 600 hours of craniosacral training, both for animals and humans. In addition, she is both certified in equine structural integration and equine massage. Her training and work also include shamanic visionary and healing techniques, Healing Touch for Animals®, and animal communication. In addition she has traveled four times to Peru for training and working with the mountain medicine people. She is assisted with the healing wisdom of flower essences, plant medicines, homeopathy, aromatherapy and stones. This sacred work brings profound and rapid healing to both large and small animals in all their diverse forms. On-site and remote sessions are available. Her practice includes clients from all over the world. She has a deep love for animals and lives in Durango, CO with her three horses and her two German Shepherd dogs.


Equine CranioSacral Workshops Level 5, Equine CranioSacral Work

Equine Natural Movement 300 hour certification, Equine structural integration

Healing Touch for Animals Level 4, Energy medicine for dogs and horses

Shaman's Light CranioSacral Work and Shamanic Initiation and Practice

The Four Winds Shamanic practice

Western Montana School of Equine Massage Certified practitioner, Equine Massage

Independent Coursework

  • Equine CranioSacral 
  • Human CranioSacral 
  • Equine Structural Integration 
  • Equine Massage 
  • Reike 
  • Healing Touch for Animals 
  • Andean shamanic training and initiation

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