Reiki is a sacred universal force that is used to release, activate and transform energy. Reiki can restore and re-balance the body’s energy and enhance the body’s innate ability to heal itself.
Reiki is a healing energy that addresses the underlying cause of disease. Clinical Reiki can aid in healing injuries and chronic conditions. Healing with Reiki is experienced on all levels of our being including our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels.
The relaxation that one experiences from reiki, has been shown to relieve stress, tension and pain, calm fears, boost self-esteem, and re-energize. Reiki can be used to improve sleep patterns, reduce blood pressure, and support the immune system (McManus, 2017).
Gentle Healing For All
Our Reiki and Meditation sessions are offered either on an individual basis or in a group setting. Sessions are tailored to the participant(s) and can be carried out in person in the clinic or virtually.
Meditation is a mind and body practice employed to increase one's sense of calmness, physical state of relaxation, and positively impact one's overall health and well-being (Goyal et al., 2014).
Clinical Reiki and Meditation can be implemented alongside all other medical and therapeutic techniques and treatments. Reiki and Meditation have been reported to help alleviate anxiety, stress, depression, insomnia, to decrease the perception of pain, and to promote a feeling of psychospiritual well-being (Goyal et al., 2014 and McManus, 2017). Meditation has been shown to be useful in both pregnancy and labour to help calm the central nervous system to allow one to enter into a state of rest and relaxation.
If you would like more information on our Clinical Reiki and/or Meditation services, please click the link below to send us an email.
Goyal M, Singh S, Sibinga EM, et al. Meditation programs for psychological stress and well-being: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine. 2014;174(3):357–368.
McManus D. E. (2017). Reiki Is Better Than Placebo and Has Broad Potential as a Complementary Health Therapy. Journal of evidence-based complementary & alternative medicine, 22(4), 1051–1057.