What happens in a treatment?
Reiki is a gentle, non-intrusive method of healing. It involves the gentle placing of hands on or over the client’s body, through which the healer channels energy into the deeper levels of a person’s being, where many illnesses have their origin.
A Reiki treatment is comfortable and deeply relaxing – (I have never had a client who has not enjoyed the experience). Nothing is expected of you. There is no need to understand or engage in any way with the treatment. All that is required is that you set aside any expectations you may have and be willing to receive the Reiki energy.
Reiki treatments are usually given lying down on a therapy couch or if more comfortable for the client, sitting in a chair. Clients remain fully dressed. The treatment is non-invasive, no massage, pressure or oils are used. A Reiki treatment is gentle and so can be used to treat people of all ages from tiny babies to frail elderly people. Reiki is perfectly safe to be used alongside conventional medicine or other therapies. People generally feel better after just one treatment but in some instances more than one treatment may be needed.
Reiki is an holistic healing system which works to bring about balance and harmony so that the body can heal itself. It is a restorative therapy for the whole person, which can have far reaching benefits which can go on long after the treatment.
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For Private Consultations and Treatments (Alsager) – please ring 078 1182 6382
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Treatments also available at:
Becalmed Therapies and Wellbeing Centre (Leek)
8 Stanley Street, Leek, Staffordshire ST13 5HG
Telephone 01538 384964
Reiki energy healing complements, but is not a substitute for standard medical treatment, if you have a medical condition or health concerns please see a Doctor or other appropriate professional, and make complementary healing part of your complete health care programme.