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What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced “ray-key”), translated from Japanese as “universal life energy”, was discovered in Japan by Dr. Misao Usui in the 1920s and is an energy-balancing system used throughout the world today. Reiki practitioners work with this energy to assist the recipient in balancing and restoring the chakras, or energy centers, which are located throughout the body. When the chakras become congested or blocked we are more likely to feel stressed or get sick. When energy can flow freely through each chakra, we are more balanced and centered.

The Usui System of Reiki Healing is a hands-on healing practice (which can also be received at a distance such as at your office or home). The delivery of reiki promotes deep relaxation within the body allowing its natural healing ability to renew you on many levels. Reiki can be used on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies, addressing any blocked energy centers. After receiving reiki you may feel that you have improved clarity, a calmer nervous system, and better overall vitality.

Reiki is a complementary modality to medical care and can be effective in supporting the body’s healing process from illness, injuries, emotional trauma, or surgeries. Reiki treatments have been incorporated in facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation and wellness centers to address issues with physical health, mental health, substance abuse, and addiction. However, Reiki is not intended to replace required medical care. Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions, provide medical treatment, or prescribe medication. Should you have a medical condition, it is recommended you consult a licensed health care professional.

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