Reiki HealingBALANCING THE BODY’S ENERGY FLOW AND STIMULATING SELF-HEALING
What is it?
Reiki is a gentle, non-intrusive healing technique, whereby the practitioner brings universal healing energy through their hands and uses that energy to heal and restore the body at all levels: physical, emotional and spiritual. During the treatment, any blocked or stuck energy can be released allowing energy to flow freely, which in turns allows the body’s natural healing processes to kick in. The Reiki practitioner is not giving you their own energy but is actually channelling universal healing energy through their hands to the client.
What does it feel like?
Reiki is given to you when you are either lying on a massage couch or seated and you remain fully clothed, with only your shoes removed. Depending on your personal preference, the treatment can either be `hands on` where there is a gentle touch to the body, or `hands off` where hands are held a short distance away from the body. You are usually asked to close your eyes and to relax whilst your treatment is carried out. Although it will vary from person to person, during your session you may feel nothing, or a subtle or stronger immediate awareness of changes in your physical, mental or emotional state.
What are the benefits?
Reiki treatments can help release blocked energies and restore physical, mental and emotional balance. The healing energy always goes to wherever you need it most. Reiki can also help you take a step back from any worries and problems, and help you reframe them from a more relaxed state of mind.
Who is it for?
Reiki can help support people to:
- Reduce stress and promote relaxation
- Ease depression or bereavement
- Relieve and reduce either acute or chronic pain
- Relieve allergy symptoms and support the immune system
- Help with fear of forthcoming medical procedures or dental work
- Release stored memories and emotional blocks held within body tissue
- Actively bring body, mind and spirit into greater balance and harmony
Please note that such treatment can help to bring comfort and improve quality of life but is a complement, not an alternative, to conventional medical care.