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What can I expect from a REIKI TREATMENT?

A Reiki session usually lasts about an hour and takes place either sitting or lying down, fully clothed.

During a treatment, the practitioner places their hands on a number of positions over the clients’ body, therefore, acting as a channel or conductor for Reiki energy.

The practitioner will place their hands lightly on the body in various positions around the head, shoulders, stomach, legs and feet known as chakras. This allows the 'Ki' energy to be drawn through them to wherever it is needed in the person being treated. This flow of energy may be felt as a mild tingling sensation, warmth, coolness, or maybe nothing at all at the time. Some people may experience “movement” during a treatment or see images and visions. There is usually a feeling of deep relaxation during and after a session, the positive effects may lasting several days. (Please read through the testimonials from patients that have received reiki from me to see what they experienced). It is important to remember that everyone is different and you will have your own experience.

Reiki treats the person as a whole, activating the body's own self-healing processes and helping to bring balance mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

If a person prefers not to be touched then the treatment can be carried out as effectively by the practitioner placing their hands above the body.

Pet ReikiIt is a gentle, popular and non-intrusive therapy, which can be safely given to children, adults of all ages and even pets.

As a complementary therapy, Reiki can be used alongside conventional medicine or other natural therapies.


Generally, a Reiki practitioner will either have been trained and attuned to Reiki 2nd Degree (Level 2), or will be a Reiki Master, who teaches and attunes others to practise, as well as giving treatments themselves.