Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing. The word Reiki comes from two Japanese words, “Rei” which means “Higher Power“, and “Ki” which means “life force energy“. It is administered by “laying on of hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us, keeping us alive. When receiving a Reiki treatment, one often feels a warm radiance from the practitioner’s hands. Reiki treatments are usually done on a massage table with the client fully clothed as the therapist holds her hands over different positions of the body.
Reiki is a simple, safe and natural method of healing that is appropriate for any condition. You do not need a license to learn or practice Reiki, however, there are three levels of Reiki training available. They are Reiki I, Reiki II and the Master Reiki Level, which allows one to teach Reiki. Reiki is not associated with any religion and is practiced by people of all faiths.William Lee Rand, a nationally recognized authority on Reiki and founder of Reiki.org reports that a 2008 USA Today article reported that in 2007 15% of U.S. hospitals (over 800) offered Reiki as a regular part of patient services. Read Rand’s full article on Reiki in Hospitals.
I received my Reiki Master certification in 2009 from Sara Simpson, LMT, Reiki Master. Please see the Reiki class schedule for my next upcoming Reiki classes.
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