Reiki

Reiki – By Appointment at Ripple Yoga

Reiki with Kim

 

Kim comes to Ripple Yoga from Boston, MA and has been a Reiki practitioner for over 3 years. She received both her level 1 and level 2 certifications through North Shore College under the Wellness and Healing program. She has worked with patients at local hospitals as well as private clients in the comfort of their homes. Her work also included visiting with hospice patients, providing a nurturing and healing atmosphere. Through her daily self-treatments, Kim has found a deep connection to this energy and wishes to share it with others in the community. Reiki is a beautiful vehicle to find deep relaxation and connection to that sate of peace that resides in each and every one of us.

When booking a Reiki session with Kim, you will experience the quiet, calming serenity of the Ripple Yoga space in private, candle lit room. Every session is customized to the clients needs and requests in a nurturing and safe atmosphere.

Please feel free to chat with Kim anytime by visiting her at Ripple Yoga, where she is also a partner and manager of the studio, or by calling 206-623-0444. She is happy to provide further explanation of this beautiful practice and answer any questions that you may have. Kim is also studying to become a yoga teacher and expects to be teaching at Ripple Yoga early in 2016!! Yoga and Reiki are a beautiful combination of wellness for the mind and body.

Book an Appointment Here under the menu option “Private Sessions”

Below please find many common questions for those who may be unfamiliar with Reiki.

What is Reiki?

The word Reiki, pronounced as ray-­key, translates as “life-force” energy. It is an ancient healing practice that originated in Japan by a gentleman by the name of Mikao Usui. It is a gentle, spiritual healing practice that brings the body, mind and spirit back to a state of equilibrium.

What happens in a typical session?

A client is fully­ clothed while laying on a Reiki table or seated comfortably. The practitioner uses various hand positions on or above the physical body in a safe and respectful manner that encourages the natural flow of energy. Sessions can vary in length and the amount of hand positions used based on the needs or the client. The use of blankets, pillows, music, candles, etc.. further enhances the experience of the Reiki treatment.

What are some benefits of a Reiki session and who might it be good for?

After a session, many report feelings of well-being, peace, and relaxation. Reiki affects the subtlest level of the human biofield and energy is then directed where it needs to go. It has a profound affect on the parasympathetic nervous system, thereby promoting stress ­relief and ease of pain. When the body is able to reach a state of balance, healing on multiple levels takes place. Reiki acts as a catalyst for healing in an organic and non­invasive manner.

Who may be a good candidate for Reiki?

Anyone! Reiki requires no belief system, only the willingness to experience it. Due to it’s gentle nature, many hospitals and hospice facilities offer reiki to patients. It can be especially beneficial to cancer patients and those undergoing intensive medical treatments. People with acute tramas such as broken bones, bruises, or other injuries can find accelerated healing from a treatment. Pregnant women and babies also welcome the peace and relaxation that reiki offers. Pets and plant life also benefit from reiki!

There is much to learn about when it comes to energy work and I invite anyone contact me with any questions.

What Does Reiki Cost?

First Time – $45

One Hour Session – $60

Three Sessions – $150

Five Sessions – $225

The Reiki Precepts 

Just for today, do not anger

Just for today, do not worry

Honor the light in all beings

Give thanks to all beings

Earn your living with honesty and integrity

Additional Reiki Resources and Please Like Kim’s FaceBook Page!!!

www.facebook.com/reikibykimatrippleyoga

reiki.org

learnreiki.org

 

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