What is Reiki?
Reiki is an ancient non-intrusive, complimentary therapy usually referred to as energy healing, known as "qi" (pronounced chi) or as "prana" in India.
Reiki emerged in the late 1800's in Japan and it involves the transfer of universal energy (which surrounds all life, known as aura) from the hands of the Reiki practicioner to the client. It is called universal energy because it draws on the energy of the universe rather than the energy of the practicioner.
REPORTED BENEFITS OF REIKI
- Boost the immune system
- Reduce stress
- Increases energy
- Promote relaxation
- Improve focus and clarity of mind
- Enhance self-confidence
- Help with the grieving process
- Complement other therapies
- Accelerate the healing process after injuries and surgery
- Benefit chronic and acute medical conditions
- Help to maintain health and well-being
- Compliments conventional therapies
What can be expected from a Reiki session?
- The fully clothed client can lay on a plinth or sit in a chair, whichever is more comfortable for them.
- The palms of the practitioner’s hands can be lightly on or off the client, the reiki energy can be channeled to wherever the client requires healing/energy re-energising.
Who is it suitable for?
- Reiki will pass through clothing, bandages, plaster casts or braces and so anyone can avail of a Reiki treatment.
Joan Conlan B.Ed, B.A. (Hons) NAPCP(National Assocation for Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy)
I have been practicing Reiki for the last 20 years. This journey began from attending a workshop and experiencing Reiki for myself. This led to my curiosity in learning how to practice this therapy myself. I have since trained to become a Reiki master and have witnessed the great benefits of Reiki first hand throughout my journey.
Please contact me directly with regard to booking an appointment.