Reiki is a Japanese form of Healing and Relaxation Therapy that relaxes and revitalizes the client’s Mind, Body & Spirit. Reiki assists the client’s Body, Mind and Spirit into a place of relaxation and healing by Releasing Energetic Blockages, Balancing the Energy Centers, Opening Meridians, and offering Universal Life Force Energy.
What to Expect From a Treatment
During a session, the client stays fully dressed, removing only large pieces of jewelry and shoes. Benefits from a treatment may include Relaxation, Deep Peace, Relief of Discomfort or Pain, and Spiritual Insight.
During a traditional Reiki session the client lays comfortably on a table while remaining fully clothed. Practitioners work by placing their hands on the client’s body and in their Human Energy Field. Reiki Practitioners offer the life supporting Reiki energy through a series of hand placements that correspond to the endocrine system, major organs, and energy centers. While each session is unique to the client and their presenting needs, most report feeling a sense of warmth, coolness or tingling at the site being treated that leaves them feeling peaceful, relaxed and refreshed and with a greater clarity of mind.
How Does Reiki Work?
Reiki assists the client’s body into a place of relaxation and healing by Releasing Energetic Blockages, Balancing the Energy Centers, Opening Meridians, and offering Universal Life Force Energy. Practitioners work by placing their hands on the client’s body and in their Human Energy Field.
After a Session
After a session, clients may feel a number of ways. They may be refreshed, relaxed, and recharged. You may have some Spiritual Insight. Some may also feel the need to Ground. After a session, please do NOT drive until you Grounded. Please drink plenty of water after your session as this helps to flush out toxins. While Reiki may assist with healing and is used worldwide as a form of complementary medicine, it is not a replacement for medical care. Amy is not a doctor and encourages you to continue care with your medical team.