Reiki Treatment

Reiki Treatment

What does a Reiki treatment involve?

A Reiki session will last for approximately one hour, during which the client will lay down on a a massage bed, whilst I, as a Reiki Practitioner gently place my hands directly on, or hover over different areas of the body.

It is a safe, non-invasive, non-diagnostic treatment where no pressure is applied.

Throughout the treatment, the recipient remains fully clothed and the hands act as channels for the Reiki energy to flow through from the me the practitioner, to the client, drawing in as much of the energy as needed by each individual.

It is activated by intention and the client will draw in as much of the energy as needed, using it in whatever way is most appropriate at the time.

Will I feel anything or experience any pain during the treatment?

Each person receiving Reiki energy will experience different things, but most commonly reported experiences include:

•A flow of energy
•A Mild tingling sensation
•Old memories resurfacing

Some people may experience nothing and often more than not, most people will gently fall asleep during this healing, relaxing and serene experience.

Aftercare Advice:

For the next few days after a treatment it is advisable to drink plenty of water.

Be responsive to your body and take rest if needed, allowing the Reiki energy to continue working after the session ends.

The beneficial effects of a Reiki treatment can be felt for several days after.

How Many Sessions Do I need?

The benefits of one session alone can be great, however a course of treatment may be advisable, and this can be done weekly, fortnightly or less depending on individual needs.

Remember there are no obligations, it is whatever feels right for you as a client.

A treatment plan can be discussed during your first consultation and reviewed regularly, changing at any time according to progress or personal circumstances.


Regular Reiki session 45 – 60 minutes – $80.00


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