What is Reiki?

Reiki is a holistic healing therapy and spiritual practice that originated in Japan in the early 20th century. It involves the use of hands-on or hands-off techniques to tap into the universal life force energy that surrounds and permeates all living things.

The word "Reiki" comes from the Japanese words "rei" meaning universal or spiritual energy, and "ki" meaning life force energy. Practitioners of Reiki believe that by tapping into this energy, they can promote healing and balance in the mind, body, and spirit.

Who is Reiki for...

Reiki is suitable for anyone who is seeking to improve their overall well-being, regardless of age, gender, or cultural background. It can be beneficial for individuals experiencing physical, emotional, or mental stress, as well as those who are looking for a way to enhance their spiritual growth and connection.

Reiki is a non-invasive and gentle form of therapy, and it can be used safely alongside other conventional or complementary forms of treatment. It is not a substitute for medical treatment, but rather a complementary practice that can help support the body's natural healing processes.

Reiki can be beneficial for individuals who are...

  • seeking to reduce stress
  • improve sleep quality
  • alleviate pain
  • promote relaxation
  • enhance emotional well-being and
  • increase overall vitality.
  • It is a versatile practice that can be adapted to meet the unique needs of each individual client.

Distance Reiki

Distance Reiki is a form of Reiki healing that can be practised remotely, without the practitioner and client being in the same physical location. It works on the principle that energy can be sent across any distance and can be accessed through intention and focus.

During a Distance Reiki session, the practitioner channels Reiki energy to the client using a variety of techniques, such as visualisation and intention. The client may be located anywhere in the world, and they do not need to be physically present with the practitioner.

Distance Reiki can be just as effective as in-person Reiki, and it is a convenient option for individuals who are unable to visit a practitioner in person due to physical, geographical, or other constraints. It is also a safe and non-invasive form of therapy that can be used alongside other conventional or complementary forms of treatment.