The Restorative Power of Reiki
The Grind of Life
The grind of daily life can take its toll on your body, spirit, and mind. Tight muscles, aching joints, insomnia, and headaches affect many people in our society today. Some of us are also bogged down by anxiety and depression. As human beings we deserve to be nurtured, supported, and energized, on a mental, physical, and emotional level. Reiki brings the body into balance and harmony and can complement and work in conjunction with other forms of therapy, mainstream medicine, and medical intervention. Reiki is a valuable tool for any person dealing with a variety of health issues, including disease and pain management. Everyone, young and old, abled or disabled, can benefit from the gentle, personalized, and restorative effects of Reiki.
The Power of Touch
The skillful use of physical touch can lead to astonishing therapeutic results, on a physical, mental, and emotional scale. Reiki relaxes and releases muscles, freeing us from the sometimes vise-like grip that issues like stress and toxins can have on us. Reiki treats the entire person with beneficial effects that also include deep relaxation, improved circulation, and faster recovery time from injuries. It is also used by doctors and in many hospitals across the world.
Practiced in many cultures, Reiki uses a technique called “palm healing” or “hands-on-healing.” Through light touch and gentle movement of your body, Reiki supports the body’s natural healing processes and helps restore physical and emotional balance. It also bolsters your immune system, sharpens your mind, and replenishes your spirit. Like traditional massage therapy, Reiki is used to decrease stress and pain, and to improve the body’s ability to heal itself and become stronger. Patients with acute and chronic illnesses and in recovery from surgery have also benefited from this form of “touch therapy.”
Come relish the feeling of stress and pain leaving your body. It is time to take care of your mind, body, and spirit! Appointments usually last about one hour or more and take place in a quiet space and on a message table or other comfortable flat surface.
Reiki is nothing new. It originated with Dr. Makao Usui in Japan in the mid-1800s. It’s time to make Reiki a regular part of your vocabulary and vital part of your life. It’s time to take care of all of you.