What does reiki do?
Everything! Reiki is universal, natural energy that promotes physical healing, emotional release, and deep relaxation.
What will my session be like?
Expect the session to last about 2 hours. You’ll meet with your practitioner and discuss your concerns, past medical history, and your practitioner will detail exactly where they will be treating your body. During the treatment, your practitioner will offer reiki healing to specific points to cleanse unwanted energy and to rewrite healing pathways promoting well-being. After your session, your practitioner will discuss their findings and recommend a treatment plan.
What does reiki feel like?
Reiki is perceived differently by each individual but common sensations include heat, tingling, cold, or pulsating.
Can reiki treat ______?
Yes! Reiki isn’t an instant cure - it is a means of providing the body with the energy it needs to strengthen and develop its already existing healing ability. Reiki builds on itself and grows stronger with time. Similar to physical therapy or acupuncture, the affects are most notable after 3-6 sessions.
Reiki can help treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, inflammation, insomnia, blocked chakras, fatigue, women’s health, digestive issues, arthritis, pain, chronic disease, acute illnesses, injuries, stress, regulate appetite, pregnancy, hypertension, headaches, emotional trauma, cancer, and everything in between.
How much reiki do I need?
Most concerns require multiple treatments to fully treat. Like other therapies and healing modalities, reiki builds on itself. Generally you will need at least 3-6 treatments depending on your specific conditions, needs, and goals.
Do I have to be sick to receive reiki?
No way! Healthy people can enjoy the benefits of reiki just as much as those with illnesses or ailments. Reiki is ultimately a very deep form of relaxation and let’s face it, we can some relaxation. Reiki can be just as soothing and rejuvenating as a spa treatment…with some added bonuses!
Are you a doctor?
Reiki practitioners are not doctors…unless they went to medical school. Reiki is an ancient form of natural and holistic healing that requires intense training. Practitioners at Reach and Reiki are extensively trained in both western and eastern medicine and are able to provide treatments that heal from the inside out. We have a large referral network of primary care, therapists, and acupuncturists we use to ensure balanced wellness.