What is Reiki?
Reiki is a Japanese healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and promotes healing. The word Reiki is composed of two Japanese words – Rei and Ki. Rei translates to “Universal Life” and Ki translates to “energy.” It is primarily a hands-on technique, though a Level II Practitioner or a Master has the ability to also send Reiki from a distance.
How does it work?
The Reiki Practitioner is attuned to Reiki and becomes a channel, transmitting the energy through their hands.
What are the benefits of Reiki?
Reiki helps the recipient relax, which increases the blood flow to the treated areas. Reiki has been reported to help with stress, headaches, insomnia, sprains and other minor conditions by practitioners and their clients. It can also help on a mental and emotional level by helping release fear, anger, sadness and worry. It replaces those feelings with confidence, self-worth, peace and tranquility. It is an excellent complement treatment for those suffering from anxiety and depression. Reiki should not take the place of any medical treatment or therapy you are currently undergoing.
What can I expect during my session?
For an in-person session, you will be lying, fully clothed on a massage table. The session will last between 45 minutes and an hour. Please wear comfortable, non-restricting clothing. You will be asked to removed your shoes and any jewelry you might be wearing. I will place my hands at locations around your head, shoulders, abdomen, legs and feet, focusing on the seven primary chakras. The Reiki flows from my hands into your body and energy field, promoting feelings of peace, relaxation and well-being. When the session is complete, you will be asked to maintain your position for about 5 minutes. You will also be encouraged to drink water to help ground your system.
For a distance session, I like to know when you are typically preparing to go to sleep for the night because I find this is the best time to send the energy. All you need to do is relax and enjoy.
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Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor and can not offer medical advice. Reiki should not take the place of any medical treatment or therapy that you are currently undergoing. Reiki should be used as a complement to and in conjunction with current medical treatment or therapy.