Reiki Basics Series (Part 3): What Is a Reiki Treatment?

A Reiki treatment commonly resembles typical bodywork appointments, where the client lies fully clothed on his or her back on a massage table.  It is a simple, yet profound procedure consisting of calm, concentrated energy flowing from the practitioner’s hands to the client’s body.  This is by touching (only appropriate areas), and/or the practitioner placing their hands a few inches above the client’s body.  If the client is not comfortable with touching, the practitioner can place their hands above the client’s body. This is fully acceptable and just as effective. The practitioner uses trained awareness and intuition to guide healing energy to the client’s whole body, and also to specific areas that may need more attention.  A full Reiki treatment is gentle, deeply relaxing, and deep reaching.  It allows peace and healing energy to permeate the client’s body, mind, and spirit.  Ahhhh, can you feel it?  🙂

In the past year, I’ve added something exciting to my Reiki treatments and Reiki workshops! I’ve been working with masculine and feminine energy flow, breath, movement, touch, and sound.  I’ve integrated these wonderful tools into my Reiki work, both with humans and animals.  The results have been amazing.  I have found that using all these methods together with Reiki brings our bodies to a new level of wholeness and balance—balance exponentially (as you see in my logo, Reiki balance+).  It transmutes constricted energy into relaxed, flowing energy, and it feels so great.  As this constricted energy is transmuted into pleasurable energy, our unique creativity shines, our bodies become more relaxed, healing occurs, and our life opens up before us in new and exciting ways.

Link: Reiki Basics Series (Part 1): What is Reiki?

Link: Reiki Basics Series (Part 2): What Are the Benefits of Reiki?

Link: Reiki Treatments

Link: Reiki Workshops

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