What is Reiki?
Reiki is a non-invasive, gentle energy healing system based on ancient Tibetan knowledge. The Reiki Therapist gently places their hands on or in the aura of the fully-clothed body and face of the client in a set pattern. Deep relaxation is quickly induced, making it a very useful therapy in times of stress. Reiki as a therapy may be used for self-treatment. As a path to wellness Reiki becomes a way of life. It is very easily used with other therapies, including modern medicine.
Usui Reiki was re-discovered by and is therefore named after Dr. Mikao Usui from Japan in the late 1800′s.
Karuna Reiki includes new information about Reiki, including new symbols and using sound to promote healing. Karuna Reiki has also been known as Tera-Mai.
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a non-invasive, gentle energy healing system based on ancient Tibetan knowledge. It’s like old-fashioned ‘laying-on of hands’.
Can Reiki be used when you are seeing a doctor or taking medications?
Yes. Reiki is very easily used with other therapies, including modern medicine.
What does a therapist do in a Reiki session?
In a Reiki session the therapist gently places their hands on or slightly above the body and face of the client in a set pattern, quickly inducing deep relaxation.
Why would I have a Reiki session?
A Reiki session induces deep relaxation and is therefore extremely useful in stress management and cases of anxiety.
Who are your Reiki students?
Anyone can learn Reiki. No one is too old or too young.
Why would I want to learn Reiki?
Reiki is the easiest therapy to be used effectively on oneself. It recharges your batteries, relaxes and rejuvenates, helps you sleep, and more!
You may wish to start with Reiki to see if a career in complementary health care is for you, as the First Degree is a quick and inexpensive course.
It is also easy to use with other healing modalities and is therefore a good addition to a healing practice.