WHAT IS REIKI?
Reiki practice came from Japan to the United States in the late 1930’s. Facilitated through gentle, non-manipulative touch, it helps balance our system, engage our inner resources, and move us towards a place of wellness.
In addition to receiving treatments from a practitioner, Reiki can be easily learned. A client can become a practitioner; able to treat themselves, friends or family. A qualified Reiki Master Teacher* can provide simple instruction and initiation into the practice.
There are no known contraindications for Reiki, meaning, there are no known reasons that a Reiki session should be avoided because of the potential to cause harm. It is generally regarded as a safe, non-invasive practice that does not compete with other interventions.
Once you feel better, or if you’re coming to Reiki to maintain your wellbeing, regular Reiki treatments can really help. Many clients come monthly or bi-monthly, others come weekly or even yearly. You and your practitioner can decide on the optimal length of time between treatments that will support you in feeling your best.
o Improved sleep
o Stress relief
o Easing tension
o Mental and emotional balance
o Nurturing and support during disease and/or difficult times
o Managing side effects of conventional medical treatments
o Increasing creativity
o Increasing self-awareness
o Increasing Clarity, Focus
o Stimulating/Accelerating the healing process after an injury or surgery
o Improved blood pressure
o Strengthening the immune system
o Spiritual growth
o Increasing energy level
o Actualizing a better life