A Reiki treatment enables you to deeply relax and pacifies negative emotions, eases the mind, and restores the body. After a session you feel calm, focused, and refreshed.
A course of Reiki treatments will significantly refine the flow of energy moving through your body, resulting in considerable improvements in your emotional well-being. These positive energetic changes are encouraged and re-enforced by friendly and open session feedback between the two of us.
What does a Reiki treatment involve?
I work by combining a treatment with an amount of talking before and afterwards. At the beginning of a session we'll chat about the emotional and practical situations in your life. This allows me to deeply understand any issues you wish to address so I can tailor the treatment to your specific needs and offer any insights or suggestions.
To receive a treatment, you lie down on a therapy couch, fully clothed. If you are more comfortable in a chair, that can be accommodated. Then, using a gentle hands-on touch, I work at various points on the body, primarily focusing around the head and feet. As the treatment progresses, you begin to feel more and more relaxed.
After the treatment there is time for you to share your experience of the session with me and we can discuss how you energetically responded. I provide full feedback of the energetic shifts which have been enabled and any other insights.
Monthly sessions, ideal for mild stress due to low level everyday factors.
Fortnightly sessions, ideal for significant stress or long-term issues.
Weekly sessions, ideal for chronic stress or acute long term issues.
If deciding upon a block of treatments, appointments are often booked on either a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.
£45 per 75 minutes session.
£120 per block of three sessions.
£175 per block of five sessions; to be discounted from 1 January 2019.
Some forms of private health insurance will reimburse costs for treatments in which case, I'm happy to provide full and formal receipts upon payment.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday - 9am to 7.30pm