What is Reiki
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
It is a light-touch or off the body treatment and is based on the idea that "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.
Reiki works by improving the flow of this life energy, also known as Ki, Chi, Prana, Biofield Energy. It is not coming from the practitioner, but from the Universal Source. Reiki helps to balance the flow of Ki, so that the body-mind can do its own magnificent work in coming to greater balance, health and harmony.
Combining intuitive approaches, including scanning and Reiji-Ho, with a systematic full body treatment, the session works on all aspects of one's health - body, mind and spirit.
Hand locations are around the head, parts of the abdomen and the knees and feet. The practitioner holds their hands at each location or moves with the energy.
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What to expect in a Reiki Session
Clients generally feel very relaxed during a session. They often report how warm Kimberly's hands get. Some report colors or visions, some get clarity on a problem or situation. Some feel a gentle flow of energy or tingles. Some feel benefits of reduction in pain and inflammation and improvement in chronic conditions.
Local or Long Distance Reiki
Long-distance sessions are also an option. The client would rest during the sessions and feels many of the same benefits, but often feels more deeply the spiritual and emotional components of the healing.
Kimberly Smith, Reiki Master Teacher and Linda Carol Adrienne, Reiki Master Practitioner are members of the Reiki Membership Association.
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I can tell that Kimberly truly enjoys what she does and the path she follows to continue the legacy of the healing tradition. -- K.D.