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The beauty of Reiki is that it can be done in a quiet meditative state or you can do it in Grand Central Station….either way it works.


However, to truly experience the full benefits of Reiki I recommend a session in a quiet space. In my practice I usually suggest the client wear loose, comfortable clothing which they will keep on during the session. After an evaluation of what's going on, they enter a small room with soft lights, candles, gentle music and aromatherapy which all contribute to the peaceful and secure environment. The client then lies on the massage table with a bolster or pillow under the knees and a sheet or blanket over top of them if they choose. I explain where I'll be putting my hands during the session, gently placing them on various regions of the head, neck, torso, arms, legs and feet. Reiki energy always finds its way to the areas that require healing, be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.

After a few moments of prayerful meditation I begin the session, allowing myself to be guided by the client's innate wisdom and for their highest good.

From time to time during the session the client may notice that my hands feel warm or tingly, or perhaps even hot. They may feel other sensations through their body, or they may feel absolutely nothing at all. Some clients will find a need to talk and express themselves during the session, while others will find it hard to stay awake. There's no right or wrong way to experience Reiki and every Reiki session is uniquely individual. However, there does seem to be one thing that almost everyone does notice….and that is a deep, strong sense of peacefulness. Do you know of anyone who couldn't benefit from that?

Since Reiki is so flexible, the client can receive Reiki sitting in a chair, standing or even lying in a hospital bed. A treatment can be administered through casts and bandages and offers healing and balance regardless of whatever the environment presents.

 Reiki I demonstration








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