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Energy Work

energy work

What is energy work?

Energy work is used to help balance the systems of energy throughout the body. When someone is feeling unbalanced either physically, emotionally, or mentally, they can get some energy work aids to restore and realign the body's vibrations. The main form of energy work that people seek is called Reiki.

What is Reiki?

reiki being performed

This Japanese and Chinese technique is where a practitioner transfers universal energy from the hands to different parts of the body, and requires very minimal contact. Reiki is a very comforting and soothing experience. It is great for anyone that has experienced stress, grief, trauma or just someone who feels out of balance physically or mentally. Just as Massage offers relief to tight and tense muscles, Reiki can offer you feelings of comfort, love and relaxation.

What can I expect during a Reiki session?

what to expect during reiki session

A practitioner will place their hands lightly on or over the patient's body to facilitate the patient's process of healing. The series of locations will be on the head and front and back of the torso, however additional placements on the limbs can be done as needed and can be specified to the patient’s needs. You may feel a very slight tingling, heat, energy, or nothing at all during your session. These are all normal sensations.

→ Book your own Reiki session here.

How often do I need energy work?

There is no set schedule for often energy work should be done, but if you are experiencing a more stressful or difficult time in your life, you may want to seek energy work on a regular basis. Some people just enjoy the way they feel after they have an energy work session, so they may choose to have it done more frequently. Listen to your body, and you will know how often is right for you.

→ If you would like to see more on how you can invite positive energy into your home and life, read more here.

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