What is Reiki?
The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words: Rei which means “higher power" and Ki which is "life force energy". In yoga, this energy is called “Prana”. If one's "life force energy" is low, you may be more susceptible to stress. If it is high, you may feel more at ease, happy and healthy.
Modern life and hectic schedules can cause you to feel depleted. Unresolved traumas or negative thoughts can also affect your flow of energy. Reiki can move stagnant energy and bring balance to your body, mind and spirit. It is also an effective tool for stimulating personal development and growth.
Reiki is a complementary therapy that works well alongside other medical and therapeutic techniques. Currently, Reiki is offered in the National Health Service (NHS) at London’s University College Hospital.
What happens during a Reiki treatment?
Reiki healers act as a channel, asking and allowing energy to flow through their hands. Reiki healers guide the energy to specific locations in your body. Reiki can be administered either hands-on or without touching.
During a Reiki treatment, you will lie down fully clothed on a massage table. I will place and hold my hands gently on your body from head to toe, making sure to cover the 7 main chakras. The placement of my hands is never intrusive or inappropriate. In some areas, I may simply hold my hands above your body.
Each session includes time to discuss your experience during the session and to ask any questions.
All Reiki treatments take place in Notting Hill at the Lucerne Clinic, 5a Lucerne Mews, London, W8 4ED.
30 minutes for £35
60 minutes for £75
90 minutes for £115