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Reiki Louth - Master Teacher
An experienced Reiki Master Teacher and practitioner based in Drogheda, County Louth.
In addition to her Reiki practise, is a Chartered Physiotherapist and has worked a Physiotherapist for the last 20 years with Children and Adults with Intellectual Disability.
Reiki therapy sessions take approximately one hour long and you may book by contacting directly.
What is Reiki?
Reiki is very old, non-intrusive complementary therapy. It is a hands-on healing technique that enhances the body's own ability to heal itself on all levels. Reiki helps to restore balance and harmony to the mind, body and spirit. The energy involved in Reiki healing is the universal energy that surrounds all life. Reiki is used throughout the world by people of all creeds and belief systems. Reiki can benefit everyone. The two ways to experience Reiki energy are to have a Reiki treatment from a Reiki practitioner or to learn how to use it for yourself, by attending a Reiki Course.
Everyone has the ability to use Reiki however, most adults have closed off to the energy they were naturally channelling as children. Years of conditioning and the general ups and downs of life contribute to this.
How Reiki works?
We all have an energy field (aura) surrounding our physical body. As we go through life we place demands on our energy field. During a Reiki treatment this energy field can re-energise. Reiki restores the natural balance of the body, providing deep relaxation and bringing a sense of peace and well-being. It is called universal life energy because it draws upon the healing energy of the universe rather than the energy of the practitioner. The Reiki practitioner has been professionally trained to channel the Reiki energy. Reiki will pass through clothing, bandages, plaster casts or braces so anyone can avail of a Reiki treatment.
What are the Benefits of Reiki?
Reiki has proved to be of great benefit for a broad range of conditions. It is used as a compliment to conventional therapies. People who have migraine, asthma, skin conditions, ulcers, orthopaedic injuries and arthritis have noted improvements in their health. Reiki has also supported some people who have various forms of cancer and other types of serious health conditions.
The gentle Reiki energy is also effective in calming the mind and has helped many with anxiety and depression. Reiki is a great support in helping people deal with normal day to day issues in a relaxed way. People find that after Reiki they cope better with life issues and their energy is not depleted along the way. People with low self-esteem and poor self-confidence levels have also noted remarkable differences following treatments.
Reiki is something that pregnant woman can use and can be a great support during child birth. Some maternity hospitals now offer Reiki as a complementary form of therapy.
What is involved in a Reiki Session?
For your Reiki session you will be asked you to lie down on the treatment table. If lying down is difficult then you can conduct your treatment in a seated position or even standing. You should wear loose and comfortable clothing but do not have to undress. Throughout your Reiki session your therapist will delicately lay her hands on, or just over, various parts of your body with a particular focus on the chakra system. Throughout your Reiki session will work on your chakra energy system which will clear any blocked energy from your body. Most clients complete their Reiki session feeling deeply relaxed with a sense of well being and energised. In some cases clients have fallen asleep!
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