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Reiki Healing

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese method for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It's all about hands-on energy flow, thinking of it as your inner "life force."


When this energy is low, we are more likely to feel stressed, unwell, or out of balance. Reiki practitioners act as conduits for this energy, channeling it through their hands to the recipient. This promotes relaxation, reduces stress, and supports the body's natural ability to heal itself.

The term "Reiki" combines "Rei" (God's wisdom) and "Ki" (life force energy) – basically, spiritually guided life force energy. Though spiritual, it's not religious. Reiki doesn't ask you to believe anything.

Usui added Reiki ideals for spiritual balance. They're about consciously improving yourself for lasting healing. It's more than just energy – it's a commitment to becoming a better you.

Each Reiki session is tailored to your unique needs and intentions, ensuring a personalized experience that meets you where you are on your journey to wellness.

*Benefits of Reiki

Relaxation and Stress Reduction: Experience deep relaxation as the gentle energy of Reiki soothes your body and calms your mind.

Pain Relief: Reiki can help alleviate physical discomfort by promoting relaxation and supporting the body's natural healing processes.

Emotional Healing: Release emotional blockages and find inner peace as Reiki balances your emotional energy.

Improved Well-being: Reiki promotes overall well-being by restoring harmony to the mind, body, and spirit.

Is Reiki Right for You?

Reiki is a gentle, non-invasive practice that complements traditional medical and therapeutic techniques. It's suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds, and no prior experience is necessary. Whether you're seeking relief from physical discomfort, emotional healing, or simply a sense of relaxation and balance, Reiki can support you on your journey to wellness. The only way to know if Reiki is for you is to give it a go.

*Reiki should never replace treatment and/or medication given to you by your GP/Medical Professional. ALWAYS consult your doctor before stopping any medication or treatment!

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