Reiki is a gentle yet powerful hands-on Japanese healing technique that works on all levels – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
At this stage I have not scheduled further 2020 dates as I am excitedly creating some additional offerings for you, however, if you are wanting to undertake a particular Reiki level this year – please do contact me here to be put on the waiting list for notifications of upcoming classes (and I can happily answer any questions you might have!)
What is Reiki?
Reiki works by gently clearing energy blockages within the body, which then allows the body to heal itself.
Reiki is commonly translated as Universal (REI) life-force energy (KI ). It is an ancient Japanese hands- on healing technique which involves the channeling of energy through your hands. Universal life force energy refers to the energy that is within every living thing on earth – plants, animals, humans and which surrounds us at all times. The concept of the presence of a ‘life force energy’ within and around us is one that has been a part of many cultures and philosophies going back thousands of years. People are often familiar with the terms ‘Chi’ or ‘Prana,’ which also refer to the same energy source.
The practice of Reiki is the channeling of this ‘life force energy’ through the palms of the hands and into the body. The premise is that the Reiki then moves through the body, revitalising the cells and organs and balancing out the energies within the body. The body is then able to heal itself. The most common experiences after receiving Reiki are feelings of deep relaxation, grounding, calm and increased well-being on all levels. It doesn’t matter whether the imbalance or blockage is located within the physical, mental, emotional or spiritual body – the Reiki works wherever it is needed.
I would like to acknowledge that I live and work on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation and I wish to pay my respects to the elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.