your healing space for nurturing
energy healing treatments in a
soothing and quiet sanctuary
benefits of reiki
promotes relaxation, and reduces stress
improves emotional well-being
imparts feelings of joy, peace and tranquility
provides comfort through trauma and grief, and assists with coping
encourages sound sleep habits
helps with pain management and reduces dependency on pain medications
enhances immune function by optimizing organ function and detoxing
eases side effects of chemotherapy and radiation
supports the patient in the operating room and through medical procedures
restores balance to energy centers by reestablishing physiological equilibrium
comforts through end-of-life care
the reiki session
mind, body, spirit
frequently asked questions
how long does a reiki treatment take?
Set aside 90 minutes for your initial visit. It includes discussion, concerns, and goals. The treatment itself is about 55 minutes, with feedback following. Return visits are 75 minutes, with about 40 minutes of Reiki, or extended 90-minute options.
This stands out from most Reiki appointments which are 60 minutes, leaving the client with only about 30 minutes of Reiki. Longer appointment times mean fully addressing your concerns at a more relaxed pace, without sacrificing time spent on the Reiki treatment itself.
what do i need to do before and after my session?
Wear comfortable clothing you can relax in. After your treatment, drink plenty of water. Try to observe how you have responded to Reiki in the days following.
can reiki be harmful?
Reiki never harms. It can only help. It is gentle, painless, completely safe, and non-invasive.
how many visits do i need?
You can never have too much Reiki. Since each person's needs and responses are unique, the number of sessions needed to resolve a condition varies. As with many treatments, from physical therapies to emotional therapies, Reiki is a process of healing. A single visit helps, but a series will more likely produce the change one desires. Effects are cumulative. Some people visit weekly, others monthly, and others come weeks apart. Receiving Reiki with regularity for is a great choice for nourishing one's overall wellbeing and wellness.
can reiki help heal emotional trauma and past events?
Our symptoms are the branches that grow from the true source of the problem—the root. Every cell in the body stores traces of memory in its nucleus as "cellular memory," the info-energy from our experiences that embeds in our cells and manifests in our tissues. It becomes a burden and weakens health. Memories, blocked emotions, and their physical symptoms, whether conscious or beneath our awareness, can be released through Reiki, enabling a person to create healing shifts and reconnect with who they are. We are gifted with no time frame on healing, so events can discharge and we can release what impairs us.
can reiki support my spiritual path and my self-discovery
Many people who are inviting in spiritual and soul journey guidance, use Reiki to support inner growth and spiritual expansion. This kind of exploration can blossom in the comfort of one's own pace and design.
is reiki religious?
Reiki fits within the context of any religion and none at all. Reiki is a meditative healing energy, so it cannot conflict with any religious belief or practice. Reiki, is deeply spiritual; that which connects us to our higher selves and things beyond ourselves and the material.
can i receive reiki while under medical care?
Yes! The evidence from research is mounting that Reiki helps with many medical conditions. Some include: cancer and blood diseases, heart disease, high blood pressure, stress and mood disorders, trauma recovery, neurological diseases, insomnia, migraines, chronic pain, pre-surgery preparation and post-surgery recovery.
Since Reiki is non-invasive and can never harm, it does not interfere with conventional medical treatments and is offered as a meaningful complement in medical institutions worldwide. Patients who receive Reiki, along with their conventional care heal faster, have less pain, mental attitude is more positive, use of pain medicines is reduced, and coping with chronic ailments have better outcomes.