Kris Dalseg, PT CWS CLT, Reiki Master offers Reiki treatments.
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Upcoming Dates 2018/2019
- October 27/28, 2018
- November 17/18, 2018
- January 19/20, 2019
- February 23/24, 2019
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Reiki I includes:
- The history of Reiki
- An introduction to the Energy Anatomy
- An explanation of how energetic healing, in general, works
- An explanation of what Reiki is, the nature by which it works, and what it can be used for
- How to give a complete self-treatment
- The Reiki I Attunement
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Reiki II includes:
- The Reiki II symbols and a complete description of their uses
- The Reiki II Attunement
- Explanation of how to give a complete Reiki session with ample practice time
- Releasing unwanted habits
- Complete description of various methods of doing distance healings with practice time
- Scanning for energetic disturbances in the energy field
- Beaming Reiki
Reiki II is perfect for anyone who has completed Reiki I – this course provides 6.5 continuing competence units
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Please contact us by email if you are interested in future dates. We will keep you posted on availability!
What is the definition of Reiki?
Per the International Reiki Organization: Reiki (pronounced Ray Key) is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It was discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui in the early 1900’s and has been practiced for thousands of years.
What is involved in a Reiki session?
During a session, the Reiki practitioner scans the client’s energy, and then works on those areas that appear to be blocked. The usual length of time per session is 60 minutes. (The initial session may be 15 to 30 minutes longer to establish the client’s history.)
Per Laurelle Shanti Gaia: During a treatment, the recipient remains fully clothed and the practitioner directs the energy through their hands by applying light touch, or no touch if the client prefers. Reiki supports any medical, or supplemental healing methods a client may be using and is of growing interest to chiropractors, medical doctors, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, psychologists and hypnotherapists.
What types of conditions may be treated?
Reiki has been defined as a relaxation and stress reduction technique. Clients have reported many different healing outcomes that parallel stress reduction, such as a reduction in muscle spasms, shortening of healing time and reducing or eliminating pain. Reiki is supplement to a patient’s current medical treatment.
Are there any contraindications to Reiki?
There are no contraindications to Reiki.
There is a scientific explanation for Reiki that is based on scientific studies and factual information. This explanation has been presented as a testable hypothesis by James Oschman, Ph.D.:
Dr. Oschman is a scientist with a conventional background who became interested in the practice of energy medicine. Through research, he discovered a number of important scientific studies that point to a scientific basis for energy medicine based on the laws of physics and biology. These findings are discussed in an interview, “Science and the Human Energy Field,” published in the Winter 2002 issue of Reiki News Magazine.
The electrical currents that run through every part of the human body provide the basis for Dr. Oschman’s hypothesis. These currents are present in the nervous system, organs, and cells of the body. For instance, the electrical signals that trigger the heartbeat travel throughout all the tissues of the body and can be detected anywhere on the body.
Ampere’s law indicates that when an electrical current flows through a conductor, an electromagnetic field is produced that reflects the nature of the current that created it. Tests with scientific instruments indicate that electromagnetic fields exist around the body and around each of the organs of the body, including the brain, heart, kidneys, liver, stomach, etc. The heart has the strongest field, which has been measured at a distance of 15 feet from the body.
The fields around each of the organs pulse at different frequencies and stay within a specific frequency range when they are healthy, but move out of this range when they are unhealthy. The hands of healers produce pulsing electromagnetic fields when they are in the process of healing, whereas the hands of non-healer do not produce these fields. When a healer places his or her hands on or near a person in need of healing, the electromagnetic field of the healer’s hands sweeps through a range of frequencies based on the needs of the part of the body being treated. Faraday’s law indicates that one electromagnetic field can induce currents into a nearby conductor and through this process, induce a similar field around it. In this way, a healer induces a healthy electromagnetic field around an unhealthy organ, thus inducing a healthy state in the organ.