Being outdoors in nature whilst receiving Reiki is a totally different experience of healing and transformation. Allowing yourself to be within and to feel the natural energies is a sacred and special practise. It is best to receive Reiki outdoors when the weather is dry and not too cold so that there is a level of comfort and enjoyment for you too.
My experience of Reiki is that it is an uncomplicated and powerful healer. Reiki is a safe, non-intrusive technique of hands on healing which originated in Japan. It treats the ‘whole’ person and can restore balance physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. At times, both life and ill health can be very stressful and may cause anxiety, discomfort and unrest. Reiki can help you cope by encouraging relaxation and restoring balance and harmony to your body, mind and chakras. Following a treatment, clients may feel deeply relaxed, which promotes a calm and balanced sense of well-being on all levels.
I am passionate about how special and beneficial Reiki healing is. As well as working with the Reiki energy for clients, I frequently use Reiki on myself and also receive regular treatments from others too. Both of which aid my own well-being and spiritual connection.
I am a Reiki Master Teacher and Reiki Practitioner member of the UK Reiki Federation.
Each Reiki healing session starts with you having space and time to talk and explore why you have chosen to come for Reiki. You will be supported in a safe, respectful and compassionate way. Quite often this brings what needs to be healed to the surface, in order that you can then release and let go of what is not serving you for your highest good. This is followed by your Reiki treatment. Once this has been completed, there is space for you to share your experience of your Reiki treatment and ask any questions you may have.
“Thank you for last Thursday. I loved the experience of being out in nature with you. I am especially grateful for the kindness and wisdoms you shared. I have benefited from your healing and inspiration on many levels.”