REIKI ENERGY HEALING
Reiki Energy Healing
Reiki is an energy healing technique that is practiced through the laying on of hands and promotes relaxation. It is used to assist with healing and restoring balance on the physical, emotional and spiritual levels. Pronounced “ray-key”, it comes from the Japanese words “rei,” meaning universal, and “ki,” which means life force energy that flows through all living things (also known as Chi or Prana). Reiki has been found to produce profound results for the giver and receiver through non-invasive gentle touch.
- Promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety
- Relieve pain and tension
- Promotes a meditative state and balance
- Clears the mind and improves focus
- Stimulates the immune system
- Accelerates the body’s natural healing ability
- Support the well-being of people receiving traditional medical treatments (chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and dialysis)
- Better sleep
- Decrease cortisol levels
- Spiritual practice
What conditions can reiki assist with?
Reiki should never be used as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment or advice. As a Reiki Master/Teacher I am certified to practice reiki and am not a medical doctor or psychotherapist, and so cannot diagnose or prescribe. The energy transfer that happens from facilitator to receiver may create a feeling of peace, relaxation and balance across all systems – mind, body, and spirit. It works on the entire self and can help with:
- Chronic pain
- Digestive problems
- Psychological distress, depression and anxiety
- Stress-related illnesses
- Post-surgery recovery
Private Sessions and Training
In person and online sessions are available. I also teach Levels 1 and 2 of Usui Style Reiki. Please contact me at email@example.com.
Energy healing should not be used as a substitute for the medical or psychological treatment with a physician or a psychotherapist. Reiki is a complementary practice and a form of self-care maintenance. If you’re already in good health, sessions can assist with stress management and recovery.