Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also helps healing to happen. Just as acupuncture balances the flow of energy in the body through meridians, Reiki aims at re-establishing a harmonious flow of “life-force energy.” The practitioner administers treatment by “laying-on hands” following a set of well-defined hand positions allowing the customer to feel a relaxing radiance flow through and around the body.
Benefits of Reiki Treatment:
Reiki can help reduce stress, relieve pain, balance emotions, and enhance mental clarity, energy and focus. Reiki supports the body’s natural healing process, and it can also facilitate personal and spiritual growth. Reiki treats the whole person on a physical, emotional, mental or spiritual level and creates many benefits including relaxation, peacefulness and well-being
Reiki is a simple and safe method of healing. It can be used in conjunction with many other medical or therapeutic techniques to diminish side effects and help in the recovery process.
Reiki benefits the body, mind, emotions, and spirit for the receiver of this unique and powerful healing energy by restoring balance to the 7 major chakras in the body. This technique is fully-clothed, is non-invasive, does not manipulate the body, and is great for reducing discomfort and stress while giving the recipient a safe and comforting touch.
JIN SHIN JYUTSU
Jin Shin Jyutsu harmonizes life energy within the body. It is not a physical manipulation of tissue and uses only minimal pressure. Fingers and hands are used as “jumper cables”, contacting 26 “safety energy locks” to redirect or unblock the flow of energy along its pathways. It helps eliminate stress, relieves discomforts, and creates emotional balance.
It is used in many hospitals across the country to relieve side effects associated with chemotherapy, or side effects caused by medication.Pre and Post surgery treatment
Pain relief for sore muscles, strains or chronic pain.
Helps scars heal faster
It also helps with issues associated with emotional “stress”, such as compulsive eating, bulimia, anorexia and many other conditions.