Reiki is a holistic balancing system that was rediscovered by Dr. Usui in Japan during the early 1900’s.

What does Reiki do?

Reiki’s Many Uses 

Pain reduction and fatigue
Chemotherapy side effects
Pre & post surgery to reduce recovery time and post-op pain
Post traumatic stress disorder,
Depression, anxiety
Living with chronic conditions
End of life care
Self treatments after learning Reiki

Mental, emotional, physical & spiritual healing

Trauma, abuse and many more

Reiki works by balancing the body’s energy field and energy centers, and is safe, gentle and non-invasive.

It works differently for every person depending on the issue or condition. Reiki is a pure form of holistic healing not dependent on individual talent or acquired ability. It can only be channeled by someone who has been attuned to it.

It goes to where it is needed the most, and the practitioner is the conduit. The energy flows through the body’s energy channels affecting both the organs and energy centers. For example, if you have an injury or a headache, it will flow to this area. Additionally, areas that you may not be aware of absorb the Reiki energy.

The effects of Reiki are cumulative and long- lasting.  Each Reiki session builds on the next increasing the holistic effects.

Additionally, the destructive chain reaction from stress and its effect of harmful inflammation in the body has been well documented.  Reiki’s most common and pronounced outcome is a very noticeable decrease in stress and anxiety. Many people may describe the feeling as coming from “within,” that feels like a connection to something greater than their self. They report being filled with a strong sense of well-being and a sense of knowing.

During the treatment, the subtle Reiki energy flows, releasing stress, fatigue and pain. This gentle contact connects you with your healing source. It can restore vitality, optimism and clarity. It accelerates any healing in progress in a holistic manner.

Reiki can be practiced within the context of any religious belief that one might have. It can also be practiced by people who have no particular religious affiliation or belief.

Deeper Explanation