Reiki is a traditional Japanese healing method for both physical and emotional issues. An energy healing practice that is done by the practitioner placing the hands in a series of positions over or slightly above the body while the recipient sits or lies and remains fully clothed. It promotes complete relaxation which enables the body’s natural ability to heal itself. It can be used independently or to complement other treatments.
During the Reiki you will immediately feel complete inner peace; the more sessions you have the more this will become part of your daily life. This is why many people continue with regular monthly top-ups. Animals can also benefit from Reiki.
I am a qualified Reiki Master and have practiced Reiki for over 12 years. I live in awe of the miraculous results I get to see on people and animals. Many people have never experienced complete inner peace until they try Reiki.
It is such a privelege to start them on their journey and watch the healing take place physically and emotionally.
I am also the author of ‘Living the Dream Is…’ which has featured in national magazines as a recommended self help book for 2018. Available to buy through Amazon and selected bookstores.
- First session – £15
- Individual session – £25
Conditions i have treated…
- Tennis elbow
- Skin infections (people and horses)
- Tumours (dog)
- Sarcoids (horse)
- Lameness (horse and dog)
- Pneumonia (calf)
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