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Reiki Healing

Frequently Asked Questions

I understand you may have some questions. Here are the popular questions I often get asked about Reiki and your Reiki session. However, feel free to contact me if you have any other queries!

What happens in a reiki session? 

When you arrive there is a quick form to fill out, before we have a chat getting to know each other a little. You remain fully clothed during the session, lying comfortably on a massage table & covered with a light blanket. Practitioner lays hands on or slightly off the body. Every experience is unique, you might feel subtle energy waves or none at all – each is ok. It is mostly a restful experience. 


Are there any side effects to reiki?

There are no known negative side effects to reiki, it is a non-invasive modality. Most clients leave feeling relaxed. Next day they report a sense of calm & more focused. Sometimes you might be a little tired the next day. It is a good idea to drink more water and rest after a session as your body could be clearing out stored toxins. 


Why do people get reiki? 

There are many reasons people come for a reiki session, it is linked to a range of physical & emotional health benefits- 

Relief of stress & anxiety, improve psychological wellbeing, healing physical and emotional issues, wanting to feel calmer & more in control, improve sleep, wanting to make life changes, assistance in pain management, relieving the side effects of other treatments such as chemotherapy, exploring a spiritual pathway.

Reiki is not a diagnostic tool & should compliment not replace any conventional medical treatment you are receiving. 


Is reiki used in mainstream medical settings? 

Yes, it is becoming more widely used in mainstream hospitals with over 800 hospitals in the USA & UK as well as here in Australia using reiki to compliment conventional treatments. Studies have shown it can assist in reducing the need for pain medication and speeding up recovery times, as well as assisting with the negative side effects of medical treatments such as chemotherapy.

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