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Reiki is a Japanese word meaning universal (rei) life energy (ki) which flows through all living things. It is a natural and simple healing method - a gentle yet powerful hands-on touch therapy. It is a safe and natural holistic form of healing which gives a deeply relaxing therapy experience

Mikao Usui, a doctor from Japan, originated Reiki in 1922 after a 21 day retreat on Mount Kurama, involving meditation, fasting and prayer. Usui said that by mystical revelation he had gained the knowledge and spiritual power to apply and attune others to what is called Reiki - all Reiki practitioners can directly trace their lineage of attunement back to Mikao Usui. He died in 1926

Sally is a Practitioner Member of the UK Reki Federation

Reiki is not an alternative to medical diagnosis and treatment. It does however support and complement other medical and natural healing techniques

... what can reiki help?

  • relieve anxiety
  • reduce stress
  • remove physical, emotional and mental blocks

Reiki has also been found to help with the following conditions:

  • insomnia
  • back pain
  • tension
  • depression
  • menopause
  • headaches
  • menstrual problems

and a variety of other ailments

... what happens during a treatment session?

Healing

The average session lasts approximately one hour. The Therapist gently places their hands on or over the clothed body. Reiki energy flows in a powerful and concentrated form through the hands of the Reiki giver - the client's body takes as much of the healing as it needs

The human body is the only machine for which there are no spare parts
Hermann Biggs

Reiki works to remove blocked energy and is deeply relaxing - the energy restores balance to body, mind and emotions

... after reiki

After treatment clients may feel extremely calm and relaxed or re-energised

Healing is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment but is complementary to it. If you have a medical problem, you should continue to consult your doctor

... treatment summary

how: Seated in a chair or lying on a treatment couch. Only the shoes need to be removed for the client's comfort

where: In your own home. To enhance the relaxation aspect of the treatment Sally offers a mobile service (around the Leeds area of West Yorkshire) so the client doesn't have to drive home straight afterwards

how often: Depends on the requirements of the client and the nature of the condition being treated. Many people find the maximum benefit from a course of weekly treatments but of course there is no obligation to commit to that beforehand

cost: Please contact Sally for details

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