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What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced RAY KEY) is a combination of two Japanese words rei and ki meaning universal life energy. Reiki is an ancient laying-on of hands healing technique that uses the life force energy to heal, balancing the subtle energies within our bodies producing calming and stress-reducing effects. Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances. This healing art is an effective delivery system. The Reiki practitioner serves as a vessel that supplies healing energies where they are most needed by the recipient. Reiki's ki-energies flow out of the practitioner's body through the palms of the hands while they are touching or scanning above the recipient's body.


Why Try Reiki?  Reiki sessions personally helped Christine with her anxiety, grief and depression as well as nurturing the connection with her higher self and her son at a soul level.  She was trained under a Reiki Master in order to learn self-healing without anti-depressants and anti-anxiety drugs.  Christine is now a Level 3 Advanced Reiki Practitioner and uses Reiki techniques regularly and is happy to share this healing modality with others.

What to Expect During A Reiki Session

You will be asked to lay down on a massage table. You will be fully clothed except for your shoes.  It is best to choose loose-fitting garments to wear on the day of your appointment. Reiki practitioners will often create a relaxing atmosphere for their Reiki sessions, setting the mood with the use of dimmed lights, meditative music, or bubbling water fountains. During the Reiki healing session the practitioner will place her hands lightly on different parts of your body. Some Reiki practitioners will follow a predetermined sequence of hand placements, allowing their hands to rest on each body placement for 2 to 5 minutes before moving on to the next. Empathic practitioners will freely move their hands in no particular order to the areas where they "feel" Reiki is most needed. Some Reiki practitioners do not actually touch their clients. Instead, they will hover their lifted palms a few inches above the reclined body. Either way, Reiki energies flow where they are suppose to. Reiki is a smart energy that automatically flows where the imbalances are in your body regardless of where the practitioner's hands are placed.

The #1 Myth About Reiki

Myth: Reiki is a Religion  

Reiki absolutely is a spiritual art. The principle teachings of Reiki embrace a life of balance and promotes spiritual growth. But, Reiki is not a religion, nor is it based on any particular religious doctrine. Reiki does not infringe on anyone's beliefs or personal values. People of many different faiths have discovered the love-energies Reiki offers.