Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word for which there is no word in English - the nearest translation is 'universal life energy'. It was brought to our attention by Dr. Mikao Usui and was developed as a therapy in the early 20th Century.

A powerful holistic and non-invasive therapy, Reiki has a deeply relaxing and profoundly calming effect. The benefits of just one session may be felt for several days and the frequency of treatments depend on individual needs.

It is a simple, safe, natural and holistic way of treating dis-ease within the body. It is a healing energy in the truest sense.

Reiki is a gentle energy which can promote balance and harmony within and around the body. As a holistic treatment it is ideal for use alongside orthodox healthcare and assists in developing a healthier and more resourceful state of being.

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What Happens During a Reiki Session?
Usually the recipient will lie down to receive a reiki treatment. The practitioner's hands resting lightly on or above the fully clothed body bring gentle warming vital energy, and can relieve symptoms of stress and everyday turmoil. The recipient will absorb as much reiki energy as their body requires. 

What Does Reiki Feel Like
The feeling of Reiki varies from individual to individual. Frequently mentioned are sensations of flowing energy, tingling, warmth, pulsing, waves and even coolness. Some people however, feel little in the way of sensations.

Some people may feel little in the way of direct sensation. Nevertheless, as Reiki seeks out blockages and imbalances, a deep and warm relaxation comes over the body as it's natural ability to heal is reinforced. 

Reiki has a profoundly calming effect that is particularly effective in relieving stress. Often just one session of Reiki can make a difference; however once you have experienced this beautiful energy you will be ready to come back for more.

What Is Karuna ® Reiki
Karuna is a Sanskrit word and is used in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is translanted to mean any action that is taken to diminish the suffering of others and could also be translated as "compassionate action."

When individuals experience enlightenment, they report that all beings are known as one. Therefore, it is natural to extend compassionate action or Karuna to everyone without distinction because we are all one. As we help others and aid them in their healing process, all beings benefit. Because of the oneness of all beings, it is understood that Karuna is not only extended to others out of love, but also because it is an enti