What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique for relaxation and stress reduction and has been noted to promote healing. Reiki brings mind, body, and spirit into harmony and balance. The purpose of Reiki is to redirect the flow of energy to allow your body to heal itself.   It was developed in Japan in 1922 by Mikao Usui. Rei means “spiritual wisdom” Ki means “universal life force energy.”  Essentially, Reiki means “spiritually guided life force energy.”  It is commonly known as “healing energy.”

Reiki is a holistic approach to energy balancing. Reiki allows the body and muscles to relax which increases blood flow to the areas in need. Reiki balances one's aura, chakras, and energy pathways, by charging it with positive energy, which then activates the body's natural healing process. Reiki works on the whole body; the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies. 

 Your state of mind can affect your energy flow and may causes imbalances or blockages. If you remain in a stressful state of dis-ease, the imbalances may manifest into physical illnesses. Reiki is safe, non-invasive and does not cause harm.

Reiki complements other healing modalities and is being integrated with conventional medicine. Reiki is being used in healthcare settings in the United States as well as other countries. 


Reiki practitioners do not diagnose medical or psychological conditions, nor do they prescribe medicine or medical treatment, nor interfere with a licensed medical practitioner.  Reiki does not take place of medical care, treatment, or medications. Reiki does not cure or heal; it can be used to compliment traditional medical issues.

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