Reiki is a traditional Japanese healing modality that supports the overall wellness of body and mind. A non-invasive, touch-free practice, reiki facilitates deep relaxation, promotes self-healing, and restores bodily and emotional energy.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key), is a subtle and effective form of energy healing, first practiced in 1922 in Kyoto, Japan, by founder Mikao Usui. Reiki is passed down from teacher to student (through a process called attunement or ignition), and today there are over 50 thousand reiki masters, and over 1 million reiki practitioners across the globe. Reiki is not affiliated with any religion or religious practice, and so has gained respect and value as a complimentary and contemporary holistic practice available in hospitals, hospice, professional treatments, and for self healing across the the US and around the world.
Attunement is the process by which one becomes a reiki practitioner. There are several levels of reiki practice, which allow increased expansiveness in use of the energy.
Reiki Levels I & 2 initiate you to the practice and prepare you to practice on others. Masters level prepares you to mentor and attune others in their reiki practice.
Registration is limited to six students in order to help cultivate a safe and supportive environment.