What is Reiki?
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word which means Universal (Rei) Energy (Ki). Reiki is the vital life force which flows through all living things.
Dr Mikao Usui, a Japanese theologian redeveloped this healing system in the 1800's from ancient Sanskrit texts after many years of study, research and meditation.
Reiki is a natural healing energy that goes wherever it is needed and works on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level and also helps to promote the body's self-healing ability.
How does Reiki work?
The practice of Reiki is a gentle hands on non-intrusive therapy which is carried out with the recipient lying fully clothed on a treatment couch.
The energy is activated by intention.
The practitioner acts as a channel for this life energy which is naturally drawn through by the recipient allowing self-healing to take place.
How will I feel during a treatment?
The recipient may experience sensations such as warmth or coolness or nothing at all as the body receives the energy.
How long will a treatment last?
Most treatments last about an hour.
How often are treatments needed?
Although one session can make a difference it is usually more effective to have a course of treatments. This will depend on your known preference and progress and can be on a weekly, fortnightly, or monthly basis and subject to change at any time.
Is it necessary to have faith?
Although Reiki is a spiritual therapy it is not attached to any religious belief.
A Reiki treatment is a very simple but deeply relaxing and calming experience. It is given in a safe, caring and friendly environment where feelings and privacy are always respected.
Fee: £30.00 each session.
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