Originating in Japan, Reiki means “universal life force energy” and is a complementary healing modality that supports the body’s natural ability to heal and repair. It can be used alone for relaxation purposes or in conjunction with other medical modalities.
Reiki is practiced worldwide. In the United States, Reiki is currently being used in over 800 hospitals nationwide, including Yale, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins and Mass General, to name a few. Reiki Practitioners in these environments work in a variety of hospital settings to enhance the level of care given to patients.
A Reiki Treatment is non-invasive and relaxing. Hands are placed on or just off the body by a certified practitioner with the intention that healing takes place for the client. The Reiki practitioner acts as a conduit to the universal energy field, allowing Reiki energy to move through them to the recipient. You don’t have to believe in Reiki for it to work for you. You simply have to be open to the possibility of receiving its benefits. Reiki will always go where it is most needed.
Reiki has been shown to soothe the physical, emotional and energetic systems of the body. It reduces stress, relieves anxiety, reduces pain and accelerates healing.
Harmonizes physical and emotional well being
Restores the body’s energy
Calms and relaxes
Reduces stress and anxiety
Enhances the body’s ability to heal
Clears energy centers of the body
Promotes overall wellness
Naturally flows to where it is most needed
Non-Invasive healing modality
Dissolves energy blocks and promotes natural balance between mind, body and spirit