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Usui Reiki

What Is It?

The term “reiki” comes from the Japanese words “rei,” meaning universal, and “ki,” which means vital life force energy 

that flows through all living things.

Reiki is a complementary health approach in which practitioners place their hands on or just above different areas of the body. 

It’s based on an Eastern medicine belief that living beings have energy fields that support their health and vitality.

Energy blocks, on the other hand, impede innate flow of energy. 

Energy blocks of any living being can potentially be treated, according to belief, which is why some practitioners also work on animals and plants. Reiki practitioners focus on sensing energy blocks and moving the energy for the greatest good of the client.

What Are the Possible Benefits?

~Promotes Relaxation

~Breaks Down Energy Blocks and Balances The Mind, Body, and Spirit

~Helps Spiritual Growth and Emotional Cleansing

~Accelerates The Body’s Self-Healing Ability

~Boosts Mood and Sleep

~Promote Harmony & Balance

~Relaxes and Releases Tension From The Body

~Clears The Mind and Improves Focus

What to Expect

For your first session we will sit down together and discuss how you feel in your body, your energy, your overall wellness 

and what brought you in today. 

This portion may take more time for the initial session, but will be shorter on subsequent visits.

You will then be made comfortable on the therapy bed and the reiki session will begin. This portion will last 45-50 minutes. 

During the session I will be using various hand movements to lightly touch or hover over various parts of your body. 

Each session is based on how you are feeling and my intuition. 

If you fall asleep during the session that is quite normal.

Once the session is over I will ground you and guide you gently back.

You will be offered cold water and a small piece of chocolate, biscuit or fruit to help restore.

It is advised you take a few minutes to come around as some people feel light headed after a session.

During this recovery period we can discuss any questions you may have or any feelings that arose during the session if you would like.

What might I experience?

The experience of Reiki is subjective, changeable, and sometimes very subtle. 

People often experience heat from my hands, or you might feel refreshingly cool. 

Other common experiences are subtle pulsations where the practitioner's hands are placed or cascading waves of pulsations throughout the body.

People often comment how comforting they find the experience of Reiki to be. 

Some people feel that they are hovering in a threshold state of consciousness, simultaneously aware of their surroundings and deeply indrawn. 

Some people fall into a deep, sleeplike meditative state. 

The experience of Reiki can be dramatic for some, but for others, the first session in particular, may be uneventful, 

although they feel somehow better afterward. 

The most common experience is an almost immediate release of stress and a feeling of deep relaxation.

Reiki is cumulative and even people who don't notice much the first time usually have progressively deeper experiences if they continue. 

Besides the immediate experience of the Reiki, you may notice other changes that continue to unfold as the day goes on: perhaps stronger digestion, a sense of being more centered and poised and less reactive, and sleeping deeply that night.

What Should I Do After A Session?

I encourage you to stay well hydrated for at least 24 hours after your session.

Relax and rest as much as possible. Meditate if you are so inclined.

Spend time doing little things for yourself, such as give yourself a facial, read a book, do something you've been wanting to do for a long time, whatever makes you happy.

You may experience different emotions, both good and bad, crop up in the days and weeks following your session. I encourage you to examine those feelings. Ask yourself why am I having those feelings? What can I learn from those feelings? Explore why you are feeling them now.

If they're good feelings keep them, hang on to them explore the more.

If they're bad or uncomfortable explore them, look them over and realize that they helped make you who you are today but release them to the universe. Do not embrace & hold them, they are appearing now because they are ready for you to let them go.

Replace them with a good thought or feeling.

If the feelings are uncomfortable this may take some practice to release them. If you find yourself struggling with them please feel free to reach out to me and we can attempt work together on them.

No matter what the feelings there is always something that can be learned from them.

$65.00 + tax In Person or Distance

(Distance sessions must be prepaid)

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