What is Reiki?

Reiki is a form of energy healing that originated in Japan. It involves channeling universal energy to encourage physical, emotional, and energetic healing. The flow of energy is one way (from universe to practitioner to client), activating the innate healing process of the body while balancing energy and enhancing chakra function.

Chakras affect emotions and physical organs. Thus, enhancing energy flow through the chakras will influence organ function and emotional health. It is a supplementary service. Reiki does not diagnose or treat ailments and diseases.

What to expect during a Reiki session?

Reiki sessions are performed while a client is in a lying or sitting position. The sessions involve light touch or hovering over a series of locations on the head, as well as areas on the front and back of the torso. If you have an injury or surgical scar, the Reiki Practitioner will apply light and sensitive touch to the areas as needed (For example, in the presence of an open wound/burn, or when working with the lower body chakras).

The Reiki experience

The Reiki experience is subjective, changeable, and may be subtle. The client will often experience heat or subtle pulsations coming from the practitioner’s hands. Reiki is described as a comforting experience. A study reported that recipients frequently feel that they are hovering in a threshold state of consciousness, simultaneously aware of their surroundings and deeply indrawn. Some clients may fall into a deep and sleeplike meditative state. The most common experience is an almost immediate release of stress and a feeling of deep relaxation.
The Reiki is a cumulative and progressive treatment that induces a deeper experience on the client with every session. As the treatments continue, clients experience improvement in their bodily functions, including a stronger digestion, a sense of being more centered and poise, and sleep quality.