What is Reiki?
Reiki (pronounced “RAY-key”)
is a Japanese word meaning
“universal life force energy.”
The practice of Reiki is based
on the belief that a universal
energy flows through the body
and that disruptions or
imbalances in this energy flow
can cause physical or
emotional illness. Reiki taps
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into these energy flows and attempts to correct these imbalances, helping to
promote health among all the body's systems. Reiki is a gentle therapy that can
be safely used with anyone, including children, the elderly or pregnant women.
What is a Reiki session like?
Generally, a Reiki session takes place in a relaxed atmosphere with the client
sitting or lying down, while fully clothed. The practitioner uses a series of hand
positions on or above the body, usually focusing on the head, shoulders, chest,
back, stomach and limbs. Some people feel very little during the actual Reiki
session, but afterwords enjoy a sense of calm, a more positive outlook, or a
more restful night's sleep.
Can Reiki be integrated with traditional medical therapies?
Reiki is not intended to be a diagnostic tool or a replacement for regular medical
check-ups. It has been shown to be an effective and powerful tool for helping
treat a number of health issues including:
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