How is Reiki Administered?
Reiki is administered through a gentle touch of the practitioner's hands in specific positions on the body. The recipient is fully clothed on a massage table. However, Reiki can be administered in any position that is comfortable for the recipient, whether it be sitting in a chair, on a massage table or in a wheelchair. The practitioner places her hands along energy pathways of the body. The energy is then transferred though the practitioner to the recipient.
 
What is Reiki?
Reiki, pronounced "ray key", is a Japanese word meaning universal life energy. Reiki is an ancient healing technique that was rediscovered in the mid-1800's by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese monk educator. A Reiki treatment balances the energy in the body, which in turn promotes relaxation, reduces pain, promotes a sense of well being, and encourages healing. It is used in many hospitals and health spas for stress, anxiety, and pain management. Reiki is not a substitute for medical care, but can be used in conjunction with traditional medicine. There are no contraindications for Reiki.

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