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Indigo Rhythms, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization (status pending).

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JAZZ
A Victim of Hurricane Katrina

At an airplane hangar in Santa Monica, we found ourselves surrounded by hundreds of rescues, all victims of Hurricane Katrina. So, we did what we could, and we pulled three of the dogs – each with her/his own story to tell, and one with a horrible skin condition from being in water for so long. We named him Jazz, and he was such a character. What a very dear sweet dog. But he itched like crazy, with barely an inch of hair on him and red puffy skin.

We tried changing his diet, putting him on all kinds of medications and doing whatever we could think of to help his discomfort to stop and the swelling and redness to go away. But nothing seemed to help.

Ellie had been one of our volunteers at Karma Rescue, walking dogs and taking care of them during our weekly adoptions. She offered to do a healing session with Jazz. And after all the things we'd tried,we figured it might just do some good. So, she spent a few moments with him, and Jazz flopped down to the ground. Then he flipped over onto his back, and just laid there in a trance. When she was done, he jumped back onto his feet. And she told us to watch him closely for the next two weeks to see if we noticed any sort of changes or improvements in him.

Well, two weeks later, Jazz was a completely different dog. He had stopped his itching almost completely, and he had grown back all of his fur. I could hardly recognize him when his foster brought him to adoptions that week. He looked like a completely different dog! See our before and after photos of him. You would hardly believe that both are of the same dog. But that’s our Jazz. And now, he is in his forever home. Thank you Ellie, for all of the healing work you have done for Karma Rescue.

Karma Rescue – Santa Monica, CA

JAZZ
A Victim of Hurricane Katrina

At an airplane hangar in Santa Monica, we found ourselves surrounded by hundreds of rescues, all victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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SHIDA
A Black Rhino in Kenya

I met Shida during my first trip to Kenya. He arrived back to the Sheldrick stockades with a gash to his side and a prolapsed rectum.
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WINNIE

Paraplegic Senior Dog

Having been in the veterinary

field since age 13, and having a strong background in the

physical and biological sciences,

I met Ellie's claim to be able to "heal" with total disbelief.
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MONK SEAL

Embedded Fishing Hook in Mouth

While a team of research rescuers were out tagging and checking

seals for health on Kauai, they spotted a just-weaned monk seal, who appeared to have some sort

of rubbish growing into his lip.
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ABI
A Victim of  Arson

I've seen great atrocities inflicted upon these beautiful animals

and the senseless crimes that have been committed against them.
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SAILOR
Anxiety and Seizures

Ellie has done a couple of healing sessions for my husband and I,

and especially for our puppy, Sailor. Sailor has had several episodes

in which we are not sure of what caused them.
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HAZEL AND YOGI

Abuse and Neglect

Ellie has a huge heart and a special gift.  We first met when I was fostering a senior dog from South LA shelter and Ellie offered to give her a healing.  Hazel lapped it up.
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HUMPHRY

Anxiety and Escape Artist

I am a believer!! I just adopted

a 5-year old cocker mix, very gentle, loving and adorable.

But he had severe anxiety issues which led to barking, whining

and trying to escape.
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SYBIL
Anxiety and Fear

I’ve worked with Indigo Rhythms

for both personal healing and healing for a recently adopted dog. 
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BENTLEY

Sudden Paralysis

One day, out of the blue, my dog Bentley suddenly lost his ability

to use his back legs. I, of course, was devastated, and I immediately thought the worst.
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