Reiki (pronounced ray-key ) – Rei meaning universal and Ki meaning life force energy is an ancient spiritual healing technique that treats the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual body through gentle placement of hands on touch.   It a powerful yet gentle and effective healing art that utilizes channeled energy to balance the whole person and can be felt by the Reiki practitioner and the client.  Reiki complements Eastern and Western medicine and is practiced in a number of settings including hospitals, hospice, private practice, and self-care.

Some of the benefits of a Reiki session include:

  • Reduces Stress
  • Supports Immune System
  • Accelerates Healing
  • Promotes Relaxation
  • Improves Sleep
  • Reduces Sides Effects of Drug Therapy and Chemotherapy
  • Aids in Breaking Addictions
  • And more!


Reiki is not only one of the oldest healing systems, it is one of the most versatile.  It can be performed anywhere, any time.  One can learn the basics and become a competent hands-on healer in a day!   It can be safely used on pets and children and you can even use it on yourself. Reiki has become more and more popular.

Reiki 1 – In this level, you will learn the basics of Reiki. The history, uses and hand positions are taught and the student receives an “attunement” or initiation that opens the channels of the body. This attunement “flips a switch” so to speak that enables the energy of Reiki to flow through you to another being. It is this attunement that brings forth the unique energy of Reiki to make the student a practitioner.

Reiki 2 – Three symbols are taught in this level that will allow the practitioner to give distance healings, send the energy into the past or future, clear and strengthen food or medicines and other uses. This level also requires an attunement that strengthens the practitioners healing ability.

Reiki 3 – This is the Master or teaching level. More symbols are taught and the practitioner is attuned to Master and learns to pass attunements and teach Reiki.

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