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Receiving Reiki from a practitioner is a simple process. The client lies on a treatment table and the practitioner will gently lay their hands on the body in a series of hand positions from the head to the feet. During the treatment, energy (called "chi") is drawn through the practitioner into the recipient, helping to produce a state of balance. You might experience deep relaxation, tingling, heat from the practitioner''s hands, or feel like you are floating. You might feel nothing, everyone is different. Please note that the recipient remains clothed throughout the session.

Some examples of things that Reiki can do for people

Sports injury - long term back pain - a painful limp - postoperative pain - scoliosis - low energy levels: ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) - mental and emotional problems - anorexia - multiple addictions - a whole range of problems - treating animals.

Reiki is not a substitute for medical treatment. If you have any symptons of illness you should see your doctor. Reiki is safe and will compliment any form of complementary or medical treatment. A Reiki practioner will not diagnose or recommend any form of treatment.