Creating an Environment for a Reiki Treatment…

I believe a great environment is conducive to a great Reiki treatment.  I’d like to share a few things I do, and if you have any ideas to add, I’d love to hear them!

So, when a human or animal is coming for a Reiki treatment here’s what I usually do…

  1. I have to be in the right frame of mind, so a self-treatment is first and most important!
  2. I clear all the rooms that my client will be visiting.  I use Reiki symbols for this.
  3. I create low light in the treatment room.  It is not really dark to be uncomfortable, but definitely no bright lights.
  4. I have a selection of music chosen specifically to be soothing and quietly turn it on in the background.
  5. Smell!  I have a diffuser for essential oils and my favorite oils to use is a mixture of lavender and lemon.  Twice as much lavender as lemon.
  6. I check the entry way where the client will be coming in the door, and make sure it’s up to snuff as clean, inviting, and a happy place to enter.

    My Treatment Room
  7. No distractions!  I make sure all phones, computers, etc. are off.  And since I have pets in my home, the dogs are happily chewing on their bones in another room, and the cats are comfy and cozy in their beds, also in another room.
  8. Treatment table.  The massage table is comfy, freshly laundered, and there are extra pillows and blankets if needed.  I usually do animal Reiki treatments on the floor, on a comfy blanket or whatever is comfortable for the animal.
  9. Forms.  I have the client consent form and client profile chart ready for their arrival.
  10. And last but not least, a smile on my face, and a smile in my heart.   🙂

 

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