Reiki training from Beginner to Master
People use Reiki to relax and improve their sense of wellbeing; reduce pain, anxiety and fatigue; help manage symptoms; reduce side effects of medications; and support recovery after injuries or surgery; to balance or resolve emotional issues and as a tool for ongoing spiritual growth.
Reiki is a popular integrative therapy as people generally start feeling better very quickly with Reiki. As anxiety and pain lessen, and people feel hopeful about regaining their health, they feel more able to incorporate any other health interventions or make positive lifestyle changes. Reiki therapy often clears the mind, enabling patients to better evaluate the sometimes conflicting medical information being offered by various specialists, so they can make important treatment decisions with greater confidence. In this way, Reiki can help people become more actively involved in their own health.
Reiki can be received from someone else (either a friend, healthcare provider, or Reiki professional), or it can be learned by all who want to practice Reiki on themselves.