For me the experience of learning Reiki level two was a very powerful emotional and deep cleansing journey that I will never forget. At the time my life was a bit of a roller coaster with many changes taking place rapidly. I was going through the motions of immigrating to America, dealing with difficult paperwork and feeling the fear of beginning a new life that I was never 100% sure of. My father was very ill and my parents were not able to make the journey overseas to see me getting married. Life was a mixture of fear and excitement.
For years I have dreaded the question “so what do you do for a living then?” knowing that the response to my answer will always be “ok so what does that involve?
As the spa industry is booming and day packages becoming ever so popular so is the demand for reiki therapists. It’s no wonder given the amount of stress people now face in their daily routines. Especially in the city of London where many people work on average nine hours per day then face a busy commute battling through the intense crowds of other souls desperate to get home and put their feet up.
I decided to write this post as I’m interested to find out if there are others therapists out there who feel the same way I do regarding Reiki being on the treatment menu in hotel spas and the problems which may arise due to a lack of time flexibility.
We are all very much aware of our physical body. We recognise joints, muscle, bones and organs such as our heart, but what about our subtle bodies?
I was inspired to write this post after a similar article by Reiki Rays last month called Does Reiki Have Any Impact When Used During Massage? The author Isabela do Val Santana explains the effects of Reiki flowing whether being asked to or not and how this can affect the quality and results of her massage.
The below is a basic description of the Chakras. This post is meant as an introduction for those who have no knowledge or experience of the Chakra system as well as for those who are a little rusty and need a refresher.
With the summer thankfully on its way many of us are looking at new ways to detox in time to look and feel good in our bikinis. So apart from those sweaty gym sessions, cutting out on alcohol and replacing our usual processed ready meals with nutritious smoothies what else can we do to detox?
Perhaps understanding the many benefits of reflexology will encourage sceptics to try this wonderfully relaxing treatment. I have been successfully treating clients with Reflexology treatments for 10 years now and still enjoy the opportunity of helping others find balance in their life both on a physical and emotional level.