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Energy Worker a Goodwill Ambassador for Animals

Stacy Krafczyk

Stacy Krafczyk

When Stacy Krafczyk was in her 20s, things weren’t going so well. Stress from an unhealthy relationship had caused migraines and frequent illnesses. Through meditation, she was able to heal, and she also discovered her intuitive gifts. Today, she combines her passion for animals with her energy healing abilities at All Spirit Healing, where she offers animal communication services, intuitive readings, reiki, after-life communication and coaching.

Krafczyk grew up in Waukesha. Pets were a regular part of her household and her family also rescued wildlife. “We always had wild animals that were hurt or injured, and we rehabilitated them and let them go back into the wild,” she reflects. “I always had a bond with all animals—domesticated, wild or farm animals.”

For nine years, she worked as an animal caretaker for the Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS), a rescue shelter in Waukesha. She also worked as an animal control officer for the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC). During that time, she discovered meditation.

She cites her meditation teacher, the late Carol Roberts, as her saving grace: Roberts introduced her to palm readings and other energy and intuitive-related classes. “I soaked up this world like a sponge,” she recalls. She studied energy healing modalities through the Free Spirit School of Integrated Energy Healing, and she formed All Spirit Healing in 2008.

By offering energy and intuitive work for people and their furry, feathered or scaly friends, Krafczyk considers herself a bridge between the human and animal kingdoms. Her animal communication services encompass all creatures great and small—dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, birds, reptiles—even farm animals. Although humans and animals don’t speak the same language, she says that people do have the power to effectively communicate with their pets.

“People must remember to talk to their animals about their daily life and changes to the home,” she says. “Anybody that shares their life with animals needs to stay intuitively connected.” Krafczyk offers three options for her animal communication services. The first, with the appointment arranged online, is via phone, after the client sends a picture of themselves and their animal family with the eyes fully visible. She will call at the scheduled time and talk to the animal first to hear what the animal has to say. “I give them the floor, and then I’ll relay that information to their humans. I’ll then answer questions,” she explains.

Another way to access her services is when she is working out of Bark N’ Scratch Outpost, in Milwaukee; or Petlicious, in Waukesha. People can bring in their animals, or photos of current pets or those who have crossed over. The third option for service is at Krafczyk’s Waukesha office. Pets aren’t allowed in the building, but people can bring in photos.

During most sessions, she notes that much information is revealed about the animal’s health. “I can decipher aches or pains in the animal’s body, because it’s their nature to hide or disguise pain. With my ability to see and feel in my body where they’re hurting, they’ll tell me a lot. Some animals aren’t eating because they have digestive issues. Or people bring a new animal into the home without telling the present animal that a new addition is coming. That can cause jealousy, hurt feelings and confusion.”

Reiki energy work is another tool that Krafczyk uses to connect people and animals. When she’s in person with the animals, she uses hands-on healing. Animals can be lying across the room but still receive the energy healing. Hands-on placement on the animal’s body can help move stuck energy, which she says can benefit them emotionally and physically. The energy work can also be done via phone, in which she acts as the vessel to let energy flow through her to the pets.

Her after-life communication services can give closure to people that had unexpectedly lost a beloved pet. She also leads classes and coaching services to instruct others in the art of energy work, and how to launch their own energy healing businesses. In addition, Krafczyk does speaking engagements, private readings and events.

“I feel like I’m the goodwill ambassador for animals, giving them a voice and how to be talked to with love, respect and compassion,” she says. “Animals come to us for healing and teaching as much as we come to them. Animals can get to those places in our soul where people can’t and help us heal. As we’re able to heal, we can help heal other people and animals in our lives. It’s a ripple effect.”

All Spirit Healing is located at 2314 N. Grandview Blvd., Ste. 107, Waukesha. For more information, call 414-460-4781 or visit

Sheila Julson is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Natural Awakenings.

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