What is Reiki?

The term ‘reiki’ is derived from the Japanese words ‘rei’, meaning ‘universal’ and ‘kei’, meaning ‘life energy’. Reiki is a form of alternative therapy commonly referred to as energy healing. During a session, the practitioner transmits Universal Life Energy to the client. The intention is to create deep relaxation, to help speed healing, reduce pain, and decrease other symptoms you may be experiencing. Reiki can be administered to adults, children, animals and most anything.

Reiki can  be done in-person or sent “long-distance.” It can assist with, and improve:  Addiction recovery, Autism, Balancing the Chakras (Energy Centers in the Body), Balancing your mood, Cancer, Chronic pain, Clarity, Cleansing of Toxins, Clearing of emotions, Crohn’s disease, Depression, Digestion issues, Discovering your spiritual path, Enhancing organ function, Fatigue, Healing past traumas, Heart disease, Improving self-esteem + confidence, Infertility issues, Insomnia, Lowering Blood Pressure, Pain management, Reducing anxiety, Reducing Stress, Relieving stress + tension + pain…and much more!

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