I am a fully qualified Reiki master in the Usui system.
Origins of Reiki
Mikao Usui 15 August 1865 – 9 March 1926, was the founder of a form of spiritual practice known as Reiki, used as a complementary therapy for the treatment of physical, emotional, and mental diseases. Since originating in Japan, Reiki has been adapted into varying cultural traditions across the world. Life force flows within the physical body though pathways called chakras and meridians. It also flows around us in a field of energy called the aura. Reiki heals by flowing through the affected parts of the energy field and charging them with positive energy. Reiki restores energy balance and vitality by relieving the physical and emotional effects of unreleased stress.
Reiki energy naturally flows where it is needed and cannot harm anyone. It works on mind, body and spirit. It has a positive impact on mood by balancing energy, releasing blocked emotions and bringing clarity and peace.
Reiki is a non invasive therapy. You remain fully clothed and lie on a Reiki bed or if this is not comfortable for you, seated on a chair. Its gentle nature means that it is suitable for everyone regardless of age.
One full hour of Reiki & Tapping
I believe that Reiki compliments any traditional medical treatment that you may be having. During a treatment I will place my hands over the key energy points of your body. During a Reiki treatment you may feel warmth from my hands and a deep feeling of relaxation.
Reiki assists with:
Stress, depression and anxiety
Back and neck pain
Muscle and joint pain
Helps you sleep
Thought Field Therapy (TFT)
and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Tapping is a meridian energy therapy. It is a technique which involves tapping on various acupressure points on the body in a precise sequence whilst thinking and focussing on the problem
TFT (Tapping) was invented by Roger Callahan, an American psychologist with over 40 years experience in traditional therapy. It is a drug free non invasive therapy. TFT requires the person to think about their problem and to tap in a precise sequence according to their issue and not every tapping point is used.
In the 1990’s Gary Craig, who was trained in TFT, adapted and simplified the tapping sequence, so that clients tap every tapping point in the same order whilst verbalising their problem.
One of the benefits is that clients are shown how to use the technique at home or in their workplace in order to continue the healing process.
TFT is particularly beneficial for PTSD and trauma where the client may find it difficult to verbalise the actual event.