FAQ REIKI

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FAQ Reiki

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a form of relaxing ‘hands-on’ healing originating from Japan that channels energy flow to restore harmony and balance to the mind and body supporting our natural ability to heal both physically and emotionally.

What can you expect from a Reiki Session?

During a Reiki session you will remain fully clothed, shoes, watch and glasses will need to be removed. Treatment can be given lying down on a massage table or seated in a chair or wheelchair. Please advise of any health condition affecting your ability to lie flat on your back or front. The Reiki practitioner places their hands over, or directly touching the patient’s body in various positions, starting at the crown of the head. The Reiki energy is received by the practitioner and flows through their hands to the recipient. Distance Reiki healing can also be given.

How long does a Reiki treatment last?

Usually between 30 and 60 minutes.

How many treatments are needed?

This varies from person to person as no two cases are alike. Some people might improve after 1 session and other may need more.

What does a Reiki treatment feel like?

This again varies from person to person. Some may feel heat, cold, tingling or emotional release (laughing or crying). Feelings of deep relaxation are usually felt by everyone. These can also be felt for a couple of days after the Reiki session.

Can you receive Reiki while under medical or psychological care?

Yes, Reiki works in conjunction with regular medical or psychological treatment. It is recommended that a person with a medical condition see a licensed health care professional in addition to receiving Reiki treatments. Reiki energy works in harmony with, and can improve the results of all other forms of healing, including medication, surgery, psychological care and any other method of alternative care.
In recent years, Reiki has been integrated into many health care settings, including NHS and private hospitals.

What can be treated with Reiki?

Reiki can be given to everyone and can help with many ailments such as headaches, colds and anxiety as well as more serious illnesses like cancer, MS and depression working in conjunction with other medical or therapeutic techniques. It can be used to help with side effects of medication, chemotherapy, surgical procedures and improve healing and recovery rates.

Who can be treated?

Everyone, children, pregnant women and the elderly.

What are the after care recommendations?

Drink plenty of water to help flush toxins from the body and re-energise.
Have plenty of rest and avoid stimilants (coffee, tea, acohol).
Observe or write down you behaviour, feelings.

 

Do I have to believe in Reiki?

No, you just need to be receptive and open minded.

Disclaimer

Esmeralda Therapies does not accept responsability for any health issues occurring as a result of not consulting a qualified medical practitioner for a medical condition.
Reiki practitioners do not diagnose, treat conditions or prescribe medication. Complementary therapies such as Reiki are not intended to replace conventional medical treatment but to complement it. It is always recommended to consult a doctor before receiving any complementary healing treatment. Please remember that no specific results can be guaranteed by the practioner as everyone responds differently to treatments.

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