What is Reiki?

Reiki’s peaceful and loving energy can help heal and energize your body, create harmony in your emotions, peace and clarity in your mind and balance in your energy field.

What is Reiki?
Reiki is the ancient spiritual practice of Hands on Healing and a form of alternative medicine. Reiki means Universal Life Force, a force which moves through the healers hands and when placed on your body, the energy that flows enhances the body’s natural healing ability and promotes wellbeing.

Reiki is a gentle, yet powerful healing technique transforming negative emotional energy into positive, thereby creating health, prosperity, happiness and success for all those who work with it.

Treatment is given by the therapist placing their hands gently on your body, spending several minutes holding each position.   These hand positions are non-intrusive, gentle, light and comfortable; there is no massage or manipulation.  The sensations felt in most sessions include a deep sense of relaxation and very often a tingling sensation as the energy is moved around the body.

I love to use Reiki in my healing practice as it creates such a beautiful sense of peace and wellbeing in my clients…

The Benefits of Reiki

Reiki healing can be used whenever the body needs to be returned to a natural state of balance and health, it:

Deeply relaxes the body allowing release of stress and tensionFreedom

Reduces or relieves pain and discomfort

Aids sleep

Heals physical, mental and emotional conditions

Enhances optimism and sense of well being

Aids spiritual growth and emotional clearing

Increases energy, vitality

Creates harmony within yourself and your life

Reiki is recognised as a complementary medicine and can be safely used to support orthodox treatments without interfering with or diminishing the intended effects of other health or medical practices.  Reiki treatments are increasingly accepted in health and community care facilities being the most accessed complementary treatment for cancer and leukaemia patients at SolarisCare Cancer Support Centre, Sir Charles Gairdner hospital.