Reiki provides an all natural approach to pain management. Reiki is a vibrational, or subtle energy, therapy most commonly facilitated by light touch, which is believed to balance the biofield and strengthen the body’s ability to heal itself. Due to the increasing opioid epidemic, Reiki is increasingly used as an adjunct to conventional medical care, both in and out of hospital settings. Healing is a multidimensional process that is strengthened by reducing stress and accessing psychospiritual resources. Reiki training is a simple, effective practice to support personal well-being, enhance clinical skills, and deepen the appreciation of health and wellness.

What does Reiki feel like?

Reiki is “hands-on”, but unlike massage, it is a softer touch rather than a deeper pressure. While the patient is seated or lying down and fully clothed, the practitioner’s hands are placed along energy centers and pathways on the head, neck, chest, abdomen, legs, and feet (similar to those used by acupuncturists). As energy is transferred to the body, patients may feel warmth, coolness, gentle tingling, or deep relaxation.

Reiki Hand

Does Reiki really work?

Research on various types of “energy work” has shown that, in addition to deep relaxation, there can be a reduction in muscle tension and pain, accelerated wound healing, and a greater sense of health and wellbeing. It is useful during illness, after injuries, pre and post-op, as well as for health promotion. The patient does not need to believe in the process but only needs to be receptive to experience benefits.

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