Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word meaning “free passage of Universal Life Force.” Reiki originated in Tibet around 4,000 B.C., and was rediscovered in Japan in the 1800s. Reiki energy is extremely powerful, and yet it is gentle.
Some of the effects reported by clients are:
Reiki is not part of any religion or belief system. It works easily and well with the practice of all other healing modalities. In fact, an increasing number of hospitals, nursing homes, and hospice programs are including Reiki in the treatment given.
You can learn how to give Reiki
The practitioner gently lays her hands on or above different areas of your body. There is no pressure applied, and no moving of your body. You remain fully dressed. The Reiki energy moves through the practitioner’s hands and into your body. A treatment takes about an hour.
Most people find Reiki feels very nurturing, either deeply relaxing or tremendously energizing, and full of love and peace.
For more in-depth information about Reiki, click here.
Basic Reiki skills can be learned
in one weekend. If you would like to learn to provide Reiki for yourself,
your family, and friends, contact Barbara for information about
the next class.