Reiki, pronounced (ray-key) is Japanese healing technique and the word Reiki translates as ‘universal life energy'. This tradition was founded by Mikao Usui in the early 20th century.
Reiki practitioners don't call themselves healers, as they are simply channeling the universal energy.
Reiki is very relaxing and most people experience a sense of well being, and often warmth and tingling.
There are many variations of Reiki, but in essence Reiki treatments can help the body emotionally or spiritually. It is a tradition that is open to any belief system.
Reiki treatment is a process for anyone and everyone of any age. Reiki can be used alongside other conventional or complementary treatment and often helps to provide emotional support during recovery. It is often used in hospitals and hospices.
A Reiki session takes about an hour and is generally administered whilst the client is laying on a therapy couch, although it can be carried out while the client is sitting. The therapist works along the body and sometimes works hands on and sometimes the hands are a few inches away from the body.
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