Below are a list of our client and student reviews
Gaynor Stickels November 2016 I first met Emma at a MBS show and was immediately struck by her no nonsense personality and confidence, the on the spot reading I tested her with was 100% accurate. She impressed me so much that I invited her to our centre to teach her Animal Communication Level 1 course.
She was a hit and I will be continuing to work with her not only as a student myself but also looking forward to hosting her for future workshops in the future. Her love for the animals and the passion she holds for their well being is second to none.
Highly recommend everything that she does. Xx
Alexa GreyGoose Laurie November 2016
I came across Emma by accident when a friend put me onto her so she could chat to my dog and find out why he behaved the way he did. Since then I have done 2 courses – my first being dowsing and then secondly Animal Communication part 1. I loved both. Emma’s classes are fun, well paced and give you the right amount of theory needed to understand and do the practical work.
The courses allow for a lot of practical work which means you learn the best way that works for you whilst she is around, which means you have the ability to go home and carry on with confidence. In addition, she has put in place a fantastic support network where we have access to her and to other students to further support and guide as we use the skills on our own. I feel like I have found a second family really. xx
Andrea – October 2015
To whom it may concern, On October 3rd, 2015 in my hometown of Chandler my beloved pet rat Chelsea escaped through an open patio door. If you are not familiar with pet rats, they are actually bred for pets and have nothing in common with wild or sewer rats. They are playful, social pets that interact with their owners and love human affection just like dogs. They also can learn amazing tricks (search “rat tricks” on youtube!) and are very clean.
I immediately enlisted my kids, friends, Any Rat Rescue and neighbors to help with her extensive search. We used dogs, set up live traps, posters and everyone helped comb through the yard, the neighborhood and our house. Five days and nights passed and we came to terms with the fact Chelsy was gone and we were grieving her loss when suddenly Thursday morning, October 8, 2015, I got a text from my friend Jill Breseke. She has a friend, Emma Gowshall, who lives 5000 miles away in the UK and when Jill mentioned my loss to her (and sent her a picture over Facebook messenger) Emma immediately connected with Chelsy and messaged back “Chelsy is definitely alive and still close to Andrea’s house”. Jill immediately came to my house and we started searching for Chelsy, based on clues Emma gave us. Emma said Chelsy seemed “trapped” in a square box that was “full of tubing” of some sort. We searched my garage and my shed for a box with something resembling tubing, but found nothing. Emma then conveyed to us that Chelsy could hear us call her name when we were near the shed, but not from inside the garage. I then asked Emma if Chelsy was okay. My concern was “is she injured, hungry, thirsty?” That’s when Chelsy communicated to Emma that she was fine, she had been eating dog biscuits the entire time. The neighbor, who’s house is right next to my shed, HAS a dog and she let us in. There, in the neighbor’s garage, in front of a wooden cabinet we saw rat droppings. We opened the cabinet door and there was Chelsy!!!! Inside a box full of cables (the “tubing” she had mentioned to Emma). It was a wonderful moment, my kids and I could not be happier with this outcome!!!
This year in February 2016 I contacted Emma again, asking if she could tell me what was wrong with Chelsy, she seemed to be in pain every time I picked her up, but I could not see any injuries. Emma immediately responded it’s her left back leg that is hurting, probably from a trapped nerve. Indeed Chelsy had been limping on that leg the night before, but I had not even mentioned that to Emma. We took Chelsy to the vet and they diagnosed soft tissue trauma in that leg and put her on pain meds and an anti-inflammatory and she recovered within one week. I highly recommend Emma Gowshall for her animal communication skills, it meant the world for us and we will forever be thankful for her service and dedication to help us find this little lost rattie we love so much.
Jill Causby Breseke 2015 – Emma is amazing and the real deal! She found and guided us to my friends pet rat that had been missing for 5 days. No, the rat wasn’t in it’s own home, but in the neighbors garage!! We are SO very thankful for Emma and her gift that she shares. Thank you SOOOO much, Emma!!!!
Jordan Batty 2015 – Words can’t describe it I know a lot of people don’t believe this stuff but when things are said and you haven’t given that information out that’s when your ears prick up…..Emma is truly amazing xxx