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What Reiki Is

Reiki is an ancient re-discovered natural healing technique which works as a "life force" energy and is completely safe, non-intrusive and non manipulative. See for more information.


Who Uses Reiki

Reiki boosts the body's natural ability to heal itself and rebalance emotions. Medical centres, nursing homes. hospices and veterinary practices are increasingly adopting Reiki as a highly therapeutic treatment.


Reiki - A Powerful and Gentle Energy

  • Promotes natural self-healing
  • Balances the energies in the body
  • Balances the organs and glands
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Treats symptoms and causes of illness
  • Relieves pain
  • Clears toxins
  • Adapts to the natural needs of the receiver
  • Enhances personal awareness
  • Relaxes and reduces stress
  • Promotes creativity
  • Releases blocked and suppressed feelings
  • Aids meditation and positive thinking
  • Heals holistically

Reiki will enrich your life and give you happiness and health on all levels

Reiki Treatment for People

We generally recommend a course of 3 treatments to help encompass the full healing power of the energy flow and fully clear out all the "debris" in life.

During the treatment you will be asked to relax, fully clothed, on a couch or seated while the healer holds her hands on or above you. A treatment lasts approximately an hour.

There is no pressure on the body, making it ideal for treating all ages and conditions. The energy flows wherever it is required and can normally be felt as a warm sensation or tingling in the body.

Receiving Reiki is a very relaxing and soothing experience!


Reiki Treatment for Animals

Reiki healing treatment usually involves the gentle placing of hands either on or very close to the body. As a 'life force energy' this can also be sent over distances to aid in the rehabilitation and rebalancing of frightened, stressed or traumatised domestic or wild animals.  Animals readily accept Reiki. They take as much as they need and decide when they have had enough. Some animals place injured or unwell parts of their bodies in the hands of the practitioner; some simply lie down and sleep for a while.