Reiki Treatment

All About REIKI

  • What is Reiki?

  • Videos on Medical Reiki and insight of Doctors on Reiki

  • What Reiki is not?

  • How can Reiki Healing help?

  • What to expect during a Reiki Session?

What is Reiki?

Medical Reiki and Shiki Ryoho Reiki are forms of complementary healthcare practices, which have been found to enhance the body's ability to heal itself through stress reduction and relaxation techniques. 
It can benefit anyone and everyone, no matter the age or the ailment. All you need is an open mind. Energy medicine heals through all the layers of your body, it heals unprocessed and often unconscious emotions. And it heals your soul’s path, helping you to align your physical self to your true spirit self.

Dr Oz on Reiki

Check this out to learn the basics of Reiki


Medical Reiki in the Operating Room

Check this out from my Medical Reiki Master Teacher Raven Keyes


Dr. Sheldon Feldman's Insight and Experience of Reiki

Dr. Sheldon Feldman, Head of Breast Surgery at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, talks about using Reiki master Raven Keyes and using Reiki practitioners during surgery.


What Reiki is not

Your practitioner is not a licensed physician in this state and country, and Medical Reiki/ Shiki Ryoho Reiki does not require licensing by the State of Nebraska. They are meant to be a complement to “healing arts services licensed by the state”; i.e., they are a complement to Western medicine provided by doctors, nurses, and other licensed medical professionals.

How can Reiki Healing help?

Theory of Treatment

Stress, trauma, and illness restrict the natural flow of ki (chi) or “life force energy” through the body. By restoring the flow of life force energy through the body, Reiki rejuvenates the body’s ability to relax and, therefore, supports the body’s ability to heal itself. 

Although one session may be adequate, long-term imbalances in the body sometimes require multiple treatments in order to allow the body to reach the level of relaxation necessary to bring the system back into balance. Improvement often requires commitment on the client’s part (e.g., willingness to make lifestyle changes) in order to fully benefit from Reiki sessions. 

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What to expect during a Reiki Session?

The session begins with the client briefly discussing his/her specific concern and intention for the session in my consultation room. Afterward, the practitioner will direct you to the Reiki room where the client is asked to lie down. He/She remains fully clothed except for shoes/slippers during the treatment session. He/She will also be asked to remove or loosen his/her belt so that the breathing will not be restricted. He/She is also asked to remove any jewelry (i.e. rings, bracelets or pendants) prior to the session, so consider leaving these items at home. It is best to choose loose-fitting garments with natural fabrics (i.e. cotton, wool, or linen) on the day of your appointment. 

The majority of the session will involve the practitioner holding her hands about 2-3 inches above the client’s body. 

Once the session begins, the practitioner allows the life force energy to flow through her hands, which may be experienced by the client as heat, coolness, vibrating, tingling, a light pressure, a slight pulling sensation, or nothing at all. The Practitioner will also use other hands-off techniques, such as sweeping the body of unneeded energy. The practitioner is simply a conduit or channel of the life force energy. It is believed that the energy is guided by God/Source/Spirit for the physical, mental, emotional, and/or spiritual well-being of the client. Therefore, a specific outcome cannot be guaranteed by the Reiki Practitioner.