What is Reiki?
Reiki is an energy healing technique used for stress reduction and relaxation. It is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one’s “life force energy” is low then we are more likely to get sick or feel stressed and if it’s high, we are more capable of being healthy and happy.
How Does Reiki Work?
“Life force energy” flows within and around the physical body through pathways called chakras, meridians and one’s aura. Reiki heals by flowing through the affected parts of the energy field charging them with positive energy. It raises the vibratory level of the energy field allowing the “life force energy” to flow in a healthy and natural way.
Reiki is safe and can be received by anyone.
For All People
Anyone can recieve Reiki. It is for everyone! Kids, pregnant women, animals, cancer patients, etc. Anyone open to receiving the Reiki energy.
All of our practitioners are professionally trained.
Although Reiki is a spiritual practice, it is not a religious one. Reiki is acceptable, regardless of your religious beliefs.
How Is Reiki Performed?
A general session lasts between 30 and 60 minutes. The participant lays on a message table, fully clothed. The practitioner places their hands directly above the participant in specific areas of the head, limbs and torso usually in increments between two to five minutes each. Come to your appointment with an open mind. You may want to spend some time beforehand checking in with your body and how it is feeling and if you notice any thoughts, emotions or physical sensations. Afterward, you will want to drink plenty of water and spend some time reflecting and integrating things we discussed during the session
Is Reiki Accepted By The Medical Community?
Reiki is growing in popularity and is accepted in the medical community. Many hospitals offer reiki as a therapy to compliment traditional medical techniques, including MD Anderson Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic. Cancer patients often report improvement of symptoms and relief of side effects from chemo, surgery and other treatments. Other hospitals are introducing reiki to curb the amount of opioid medicine patients are given while in the hospital. While the Medical Community is accepting reiki, the practice is for everyone, not just those under the care of a doctor.
I always enjoy a session with Stacy! She is warm, yet professional, and always gives me helpful insights. I come away from a session feeling calm and refreshed.
Stacy is my go to for reiki and intuitive guidance! A session with her brings me back to center so I can move forward with clarity!
I took Reiki I & II from Stacy and she is incredibly intuitive, relatable and an amazing teacher! She knows her stuff!