Restore and Revitalize with Reiki Energy
What is Reiki?
Reiki (pronounced Ray-key) is Japanese for Universal Life Energy, and is a word used to describe a natural system of healing. The word “Rei” means Spiritual or Sacred, and
“Ki” refers to energy, prana, the Life Force Energy that flows through all living things. It was founded by Dr. Mikao Usui in the early 20th Century, and evolved through his
research, experience and dedication to the art. Hawayo Takata, brought the system of Reiki, Usui Shiki Ryoho, to the United States from Japan. Reiki is used for stress
reduction and relaxation, and promotes healing within emotional, mental, physical and spiritual bodies. The Reiki energy goes to where it is most needed within the client’s
body, and brings balance and harmony to the whole person. Healing is transmitted by the laying of hands on the body, in specific locations that correspond to organs and
energy centers. Additional placements can be added, depending on the needs of the client.
Reiki is not learned in the same manner that other techniques are learned, it is transferred from the Reiki Master to the student during an attunement. The attunement opens
the crown, heart, and palm chakras as well as creating a very special link between the student and the Reiki energy, or universal life energy source. The attunement itself is
an incredible powerful and sacred process. The person attuned as a Reiki healer has had their body’s energy channels opened, and cleared of obstruction by the Reiki
attunements. A Reiki attunement connects the receiver in an increased way to its limitless source. Upon receiving the first attunement in Reiki I, the receiver becomes a
channel or conduit for transferring Universal Healing Energy. Through study, practice, and guidance one's ability for channeling Reiki energy blossoms. As with everything
else, practice is key.
Anyone can learn to practice Reiki for self-healing, to treat others, animals, plants or the environment. A Reiki Master gives the student an “attunement” and teaches Reiki
techniques. It is the responsibility of the student to commit to a path of self-healing and practice to become an effective Reiki healer. Though Reiki is considered a form of
spiritual healing, it does not have religious roots and requires no belief systems.
What to expect for your Reiki Session.
Expect to spend up to 2 hours in a 90 minute session. Approximately 10 -15 minutes is spent in conversation before and after. We will discuss how you are feeling, and what you would like to work
on emotionally, physically and spiritually. Afterward, there will be time to ask questions and “wake up” before being on your way. If you are new to Reiki and have never had a treatment, consider
coming for three sessions. If you have chronic pain or illness you will want to receive Reiki on a more consistent basis.
To receive Reiki, the client will rest comfortably on a massage table. No articles of clothing are removed except for shoes; loose, comfortable clothing is suggested. A session is hands-on with light
touch on the body; no physical manipulation occurs during a Reiki session. During a typical Reiki session, specific hand positions are used in order to work with all seven main chakras or energy
centers within the body, as well as major organs.
At the beginning of the session, your Energy Field and your Chakras will be scanned to see which areas need special attention, then the complete body and Prana work will begin.
Through hands -on-healing, Universal Light Energy is be transferred to your energy centers, physical body and emotions, to increase your vitality and balance the different areas of your body,
to restore the quality of your health. Sometimes, patients can experience emotional release that was trapped in the body, although uncomfortable at first it will soon allow you to feel clearer,
healthier, as well as, develop a positive outlook on life.