How To Get Started
If your hut (heart + gut) is telling you Reiki is for you, which is likely if you landed here by “accident,” I invited you to book your in-person or distance session HERE.
Q & A’s About Reiki
How Does Reiki Work?
The spiritually guided life force energy comes through the Reiki practitioner’s hands and into the body of the client. The energy goes exactly where it’s needed. This is similar to many spiritual traditions, which employ “laying on of hands”, although Reiki is not associated with any religion.
What is a Reiki session Like?
A Reiki session feels like a wonderful, warm radiance that flows through and around the client. The client lays on a massage table fully clothed. A standard session involves placing the hands over the head, torso, knees, and feet. Sessions are either 60 or 90 minutes in length.
What are the benefits of Reiki?
Reiki promotes healing of every known illness. It compliments medical and all other healing methods. Reduces stress and increases relaxation. Improves mood. Increases energy and vitality. Relieves pain. Helps manifest goals. Enhances spirituality. Heals and changes unwanted habits. Improves relationships. Facilitates distant healing that transcends time and space.
How does distance Reiki work?
Yes. Reiki, like prayer, works at a distance very well. Victoria will work with you similarly to an in person Reiki session. During your scheduled appointment is your time to relax (as if we were meeting in person). At the beginning of the session, Victoria will call you to check in on what you would like to have worked on. Then she will connect with you energetically from a distance and through using Byosen Scanning, determine where you body needs Reiki. After giving Reiki for an hour or longer depending on the scheduled session length, Victoria will call you to see what you felt and share what she found and where she treated. The fee for distant Reiki is the same as for in person Reiki.
What can Reiki help me with?
Tension, stress, headaches, migraines, back/neck/shoulder pain, stuck emotions: guilt/grief/anger, gastrointestinal distress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, surgical preparation & recovery, insomnia, blocked creativity, chronic conditions, and side effects of chemotherapy. Reiki can also help with healing emotional wounds, like the loss of a loved one or pet. Reiki works well with all kinds of old, stuck issues.
I am a Christian. Is Reiki for me?
Jesus is quoted in John 14:12 as saying, “I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I go to the Father.”
We know that Jesus practiced laying on hands type healing, therefore, it is scriptural for Christians to practice healing by laying on hands. Check out all the information on www.christianreiki.org. There are many Bible verses that relate to healing and letters from nuns, priests, and ministers who practice Reiki.
Do medical professionals approve of Reiki?
Reiki is being embraced by many prestigious hospitals where it is offered as a part of standard of care. According to the American Hospital Association, in 2007, 15% or over 800 American hospitals offered Reiki as part of hospital services
Where can I find research information about Reiki?
William Rand created the Center for Reiki Research – www.centerforreikiresearch.org. As of 2017, there are 68 articles published on Reiki research. Research with Reiki has shown it to have promising results with acute and chronic pain, stress, depression, anxiety, relaxation, and practitioner (usually nurses) well-being. Additionally, for patients undergoing chemotherapy, pain has been reduced and well-being has increased. A study with knee replacement showed significant pain reduction, reduced need for pain medication, and a reduced length of hospital stay. Another study showed that Reiki was as good as cognitive behavioral therapy to reduce depression in adolescents. There are currently 27 peer-reviewed research articles published on Reiki in the last 5 years.
“Reiki is one of the leading safe Energy Medicine approaches. The study summaries provided by the Center for Reiki Research are the best source for information on Reiki Research.” – C. Norman Shealy, M.D. Ph.D., Founder, American Holistic Medical Association
Can I add Reiki to Grief Recovery?
Absolutely! Reiki is a wonderful healing companion to the deep, emotional work completed in Grief Recovery.
Whether a session is added between weeks 4-6 or at the end, either way there is no right or wrong time to incoporate Reiki energy healing into Grief Recovery.
How much is Reiki?
A 60-minute Reiki session (in-person or distance) is $55.
A 90-minute Reiki session (in-person or distance) is $85.
How do I get started?
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