Reiki is a natural energy healing activated by intention, originating in Japan from its founder Mikao Usui.
The Japanese word ‘Reiki’ literally means universal life force energy.
Eastern medicine has always recognised and worked with this energy, which flows through all living things and is vital to well-being : known as 'ki' in Japan, 'chi' in China and 'prana' in India.
When the flow of energy is blocked or weakened, emotional or health problems tend to occur.
Reiki helps to balance the receipient's personal energy field and remove or shifts stuck energy within the body and the biofield that can cause illness.
In a reiki session, Maki will lay hands on or off your body, facilitating and boosting your own natural healing capabilities, by forcusing energy into both the physical body and layers of energy field.
You may feel gentle tingling, warmth, cool breeze or don't feel anything at all.
Even if you don't feel anything during the session, don't worry, Reiki flows and works just perfectly.
Reiki is non-intrusive, non-manipulative, safe for pregnant women and babies.
Reiki has been regulated and approved by the complementary and natural Healthcare Counil (CNHC)
Medical Reiki is the energy therapy that concentrates on chakras and layers of biofield, conditioning a recipent as a whole.
It has been researched and developed further by the founder Hiroko Ryukoji in Tokyo, with sicence in mind based on original Reiki introduced by Mikao Usui.
Some doctors and sicentists of cutting edge hosipitals have been trainded since the intoroduction of this powerful energy system, and the number of practitiners and teachers have become increasingly popular in Japan.
Maki utilises Medical Reiki to treat her clients who come to receive Reiki unless traditional Reiki is specifically asked.
Illness can be a time of great stress.
Reiki can help us cope by encouraging relaxation and bringing blance to body, mind and sprit.
Clients report feeling more in control, more at ease, calmer and more easily able to cope with stress.
One can feel more connected to their reason for being, a general feeling of wellbeing, contentment and fulfilment.