818. 635. 1995
Promotes Deep Relaxation
Reduces Stress, Anxiety, Fear, Depression & Insomnia
Relieves Pain & Discomfort
Remove Energy Blocks and Toxins
Strengthens and Supports the Immune System
Speeds Healing & Recovery Post Trauma or Injury
Reduces Blood Pressure
Promotes Positivity and Enhances Intuition
Complementary to Allopathic Medicine
Reiki is an ancient hands on healing technique using the life force energy from the practitioner's hands, to promote the healing response in the client. When your life energy is low, it is more difficult to deal with stress; you may not sleep well, and you're more susceptible to illness. When your life energy is strong, you feel strong, can more easily deal with stress, and less likely to get sick. Reiki is a technique that increase a person's supply of life energy.
According to the International Center for Reiki Training, "A research study at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut indicates that Reiki improved patient sleep by 86 percent, reduced pain by 78 percent, reduced nausea by 80 percent, and reduced anxiety during pregnancy by 94 percent. A survey conducted in 2007 indicates that in the previous year 1.2 million adults and 161,000 children in the U.S. received one or more energy healing sessions such as Reiki. Reiki is also gaining wider acceptance in the medical establishment. Hospitals are incorporating it into their roster of patient services, often with their own Reiki-trained physicians, nurses and support staff. Reiki was in use in hospital operating rooms as early as the mid-90's. Since then its acceptance in medicine has grown. It is now listed in a nursing "scope and standards of practice" publication as an accepted form of care, and a 2008 USA Today article reported that in 2007 15% of U.S. hospitals (over 800) offered Reiki as a regular part of patient services. For a detailed description of 64 Reiki hospital programs, please go to www.centerforreikiresearch.org."
DISTANCE HEALING SESSIONS
This is a great option if you don't live local, don't like to be touched, are extremely sensitive to sound, or are quarantined at home due to COVID-19.
A distance healing session works like a regular in-person session. Many practitioners use apps like Zoom or Skype, but a cell phone on speaker can also work. If none of these options are available, a follow up call can be scheduled after the the session to discuss feedback.