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Lisa J Alsford | Lisa J Healing

Holistic Therapy | Massage Therapy | Reflexology | Reiki | Yoga

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Milton Keynes
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Janine Pownall | Holistic Counselling

Holistic Therapy | Reiki | Life Coaching | Counselling

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Seaham
17 years experience

Riccardo Vino | Hypnonscious

Hypnotherapy | Reiki

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London
5 years experience

What you need to know about reiki

 

Reiki is a form of alternative therapy that originated in Japan in the early 20th century. It involves the use of gentle touch or hovering hands over the body to channel energy to promote relaxation and healing. The word Reiki is derived from the Japanese words “rei” (meaning “universal”) and “ki” (meaning “life energy” or “vital force”).

Reiki is based on the idea that energy flows through the body and that when this energy is blocked or disrupted, it can lead to physical, emotional, or spiritual imbalances. By using Reiki, practitioners aim to unblock or balance the energy flow, which can lead to a sense of peace, relaxation, and well-being.

During a Reiki session, the recipient typically lies down fully clothed while the practitioner uses their hands to channel energy to various parts of the body. The practitioner may place their hands directly on the body or hover their hands above it. The recipient may feel warmth or tingling sensations during the treatment, but it is generally a very relaxing and peaceful experience.

Reiki has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including stress, anxiety, pain, insomnia, depression, and chronic fatigue syndrome. It is also used as a complementary therapy to support the healing process of more serious conditions such as cancer.

While the scientific evidence for Reiki is limited, many people report positive benefits from their treatments. In fact, a recent study found that Reiki was associated with a significant reduction in anxiety and depression levels in cancer patients. Additionally, some hospitals and medical centres now offer Reiki as a complementary therapy to support the healing process of their patients.

It is important to note that Reiki should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment. It is a complementary therapy that can be used in conjunction with conventional medicine to support the healing process. If you are interested in trying Reiki, it is important to find a qualified practitioner who has been trained in the appropriate techniques and is accredited by a reputable organization.

If you’re considering reiki, talk to your doctor first to find out if it’s suitable for you and never rely on a reiki professional for a medical diagnosis. When looking for reiki, it’s important to choose a qualified professional who has received the proper training needed to ensure safe practice. When searching with My Health Assistant, you can book accredited reiki professionals near you and feel confident going into your session. Whether it’s customer service or expertise in certain conditions, everyone will want something different from their reiki practitioner so make sure to read their reviews and find the perfect practitioner for you.