Reiki treatments replenish your body’s life force energy and balances your chakras.
$60 for a ~45-minute treatment
I have been a twice-monthly recipient of Reiki for three years now, and I've never felt more physically well than I do today, at 57 years of age! In addition to being a grateful recipient, I'm excited to be trained at the Reiki Master level (Reiki III) and able to offer this wonderful healing service to my clients.
Reiki is a natural healing technique that realigns your body's energy with the universal life force. It helps balance the chakras. It is rejuvenating, brings emotional and physical stress relief, and can ease pain*. When I channel Reiki for a client, I feel that I am channeling the energy of love.
The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei, which means "God's wisdom or the higher power" and Ki, which means "life force energy". So, Reiki is spiritually-guided life force energy. As a trained Reiki practitioner, I serve as a conduit of life force energy to a client, by means of direct touch or by contact simply with their aura, to activate the natural healing processes of the body and restore physical and emotional well-being.
Here is a wonderful article about Reiki published in the April 2020 issue of The Atlantic.
If a person’s life force energy has become sluggish or blocked, the flow is disrupted and can cause physical, emotional and spiritual impairment. But when Ki is in full flow, we feel healthier, more energetic, and happy.
The Benefits of Reiki
can diminish stress, fatigue, and pain
helps with digestion
improves the healing process following an injury, illness or surgery
strengthens self esteem
relieves chronic tension including headaches
helps to alleviate depression, anxiety, and negative behavioral patterns
promotes better sleep at night
can improve concentration
I am trained at the Master level by Martha Spruce in Traditional Usui Reiki, which involves the practitioner invoking sacred symbols as Reiki is moved throughout the client’s body.
*While a Reiki treatment can reduce or eliminate pain, it should not be considered a replacement for medical treatment but rather a complement to it.