What Is Reiki?

You might be feeling a bit off over the last few weeks. We’ve had a hectic holiday season and now things are slowly falling back into the routine. Yet something still doesn’t quite feel right. You might be exhausted or feel worked up most of the time no matter how much you are trying to relax. It might just feel like you can’t quite seem to get your footing back on the ground and find your rhythm again. That’s very understandable… and Reiki can help!

Reiki has come to receive much acclaim and recognition for its effectiveness as a powerful healing instrument. Reiki therapy is a holistic, gentle energy work process that assists in physical, mental and emotional healing. It is a simple, effective and powerful method of natural healing. Sessions provide a relaxing, soothing healing environment that ensures comfort and peace during your healing. This relaxed, peaceful state helps to contribute to our emotional, physical, and mental healing.

More recently, researchers have begun to more formally evaluate Reiki’s effectiveness in healing a number of different things. Reiki is now being offered in hospitals and other clinical settings to help cardiac patients following heart attacks, cancer survivors during their recovery, and many other conditions. Reiki has also been valued as a complement to psychotherapy and in alleviating depression, anxiety, effects of trauma, and reducing stress.

I offer several different modalities of Reiki sessions. In these sessions, we can restore your sense of feeling like yourself again — both emotionally and physically!

If you’re curious how this soothing technique can help you get back to feeling more like yourself, get in touch with me to explore the ways it can reconnect you with yourself and get your goals for 2017 turbocharged! Do you have previous experiences with Reiki? Share them in our Facebook and Twitter community to inspire others!

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