Joan Ranquet






Animal communicator, speaker, founder of Communication with all Life University (CWALU), and author of Energy Healing for Animals: A Hands-On Guide for Enhancing the Health, Longevity & Happiness of Your Pets (Sounds True) and Communication with all Life: Revelations of an Animal Communicator (Hay House). Joan is also a contributor in the upcoming book out in June of 2017, The Dharma of Dogs (Sounds True)by Tami Simon. Alice Walker and Mark Nepo are also contributors, to name a few.

Joan conducts private sessions as well as teaches Animal Communication in Teleseminars and weekend workshops. In addition, Joan speaks all over the country on animal communication, human/animal relationships, energy healing, and wildlife.

Joan has led Animal Communication wildlife retreats to the Bahamas for 7 years to swim and communicate with the wild dolphins and most recently facilitated a trip to the White Lions of the Global White Lion Protection Trust. Joan has a Borneo wildlife communion with all life eco adventure planned for May 2017 as well as a South Africa/Botswana adventure planned for November 2017.

Joan Ranquet has taught animal communication and energy healing and/or has done fundraising workshops for sanctuaries, rescues and shelters around the country. She has also been the keynote speaker at many fundraising events for shelters and rescues. Additionally, wildlife centers, rehab centers and rescues regularly utilize the skills of the CWALU animal communication students, overseen by Joan.

Joan has worked with tens of thousands of individual pet owners, dog, cat and horse trainers, barn managers and vets. She troubleshoots behavioral and medical issues, helps stimulate healing in conjunction with conventional treatment, and facilitating clients to deepen their ability to care for and understand their animals.

Joan has written for Animal Wellness, Equine Wellness and Elevated Existence.

Most recently, Joan has been featured in Beyond Stephens Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter and several Seattle area news programs. She was chosen by MSN as one of the “Top 25 People Who Do What They Love”. Joan has been featured in dozens of media including Pet Nation on Dateline NBC, The Today Show on NBC, Good Morning America on ABC, Animal Planet, the National Enquirer, The Los Angeles Times, The Sun Sentinel, and The Palm Beach Post. She was the “celebrity animal communicator” in a short documentary on the AMC Channel.

Joan attended Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri where she received a BFA in Theatre. She has been working with animals for as long as she can remember and is a lifelong equestrian. Today, Joan lives with her large animal family: horses, dogs and cats.