Biography
I first experienced Reiki when I was treated for pain and inflammation due to a broken toe. I knew nothing about Reiki, but I gave it a try. After the treatment, not only did I feel relaxed, but the swelling, pain, and discoloration were gone. I wanted to learn as much as I could about this gentle, but powerful healing technique. I realized that Reiki was my calling and I researched the best teachers to train me. I trained with John Harvey Gray, Lourdes Gray, and Libby Barnett. I've been using my skills ever since. My compassion, patience, gentle personality, and commitment have proven to be a gift to my clients, enhancing their Reiki experience.

I've always had a desire and passion to give and take care of others. I have taught speech and language, dance, movement, and traditional academic subjects to children, adults, seniors, and people of all ages with various special needs. Prior to my Reiki training, I received a B.A. in Elementary Education and Psychology and an M.A. in Speech Pathology and Audiology.

I currently volunteer at the Emerson Hospital Integrative Therapy Program, in Concord, Massachusetts, giving Reiki treatments to the patients in the hospital. I am also a Volunteer Reiki Steward with the Reiki Healing Connection Hotline, in Wilton, New Hampshire.
Member of International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP)



 

It is my pleasure to help my clients experience deep relaxation,
pain reduction, and a general sense of well being;
my client's healing experience is a gift back to me.


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