My name is  Dr Emma Lucy Rowe BSc BVMS(Hons) MS CTCVM. Professionally I have been a veterinarian for over 20 years, beginning with western medicine and surgery, then moving into Chinese medicine/acupuncture and finally adding soul medicine to my practice. 
It was an evolution from one to the other, but also an integration of all three which has given me a unique perspective on disease and healing.  I have a very scientific/academic background but gradually throughout my career my love of the spiritual, shamanism, indigenous culture and ancient healing wove its way into how I treated my animal patients.  I began to listen and hear what they were trying to tell me a lot more clearly.

Throughout the years observing disease and the mysteries around healing (eg why some animals with the same condition and treatment approach heal and others don't) I have learnt an incredible amount about the soul.   For example I have found that animals reflect the disharmonies present in their environment, including the people close to them. The human-animal bond is very strong and energies are shared.  I have developed an online program for people who want to understand their animals at a soul level, communicate with them and help them heal.  This program is currently available through the online resource page and is perfect for you if you have an animal with an illness but also if your animals are healthy but you want to create the best possible environment for them.

I have always had a deep connection and love of nature and animals (which is why I became a veterinarian) and have always loved all things mystical.  My spiritual practice has now grown to be the most important part of my life. Eagle Feather is a true reflection of what is in my heart and what I want to share with the world. Connection to nature and spirit is such a beautiful way to live and I want to help others experience life in this way. I am passionate about looking after the natural world and practising earth honouring ritual and ceremony, living as the ancient ones did, in sacred reciprocity. The name Eagle Feather has come from my strong connection with birds and their medicine. Wedge-tailed eagles are especially special to me.