Reiki I and Reiki II Courses
The practice of Reiki is believed to come from ancient texts rediscovered and developed by Mikao Usui in Japan. The Japanese word Reiki means 'Universal Energy'. Eastern medicine has always recognised and worked with this energy, which flows through all living things and is vital to the well being of life. The energy is known as 'ki' in Japan, 'chi' in China, and 'prana' in India. Acupuncture, Tai Chi and Yoga are also based on the free-flow of this energy in a person. As a therapy, Reiki is an effective and simple way of tapping into this energy, and transferring it for the benefit of the receiver, to stimulate the body's own natural healing potential.
The Benefits of Reiki
The energy of Reiki can be used to great effect in many ways. Whether one is suffering from stress or tension, and the many symptoms associated with this, or wishing to improve the quality of relationships at home or work, the beneficial effects of Reiki occur on many levels. Reiki can accelerate the healing of physical problems, balance the emotions, and free us from restrictive mental attitudes. It may also provide a closer connection with inner wisdom.
Reiki encourages and supports positive personal change such as improving the diet, having more rest, exercise or leisure time, and may reduce the need for alcohol and tobacco. Reiki can allow us to respond more calmly to all events, and build on a more resourceful state of being. Reiki is a gentle energy and may be used safely by all ages, including the newborn, pregnant mothers, surgical patients, the frail and the elderly, regardless of their state of health. Reiki can enhance everyday life, and regular sessions help to ward-off illness and fatigue.
Reiki is a non-invasive therapy that can be used without fear of any side effects or overdose. It may be used with confidence alongside conventional medication or natural remedies because it acts in a complementary way. Reiki is being used in GP surgeries, hospices, cancer support groups, post-operative recovery, drug rehabilitation, prisons, HIV / AIDS centres, and care of the elderly.
The ability to channel Reiki cannot be learnt from a book or by instruction. To be able to receive Reiki, students go through a special initiation, which 'attunes' them to the Reiki energy. Over time this connection is improved through practice, and by actually using the Reiki energy on themselves - typically known as 'self treatment'. It is considered essential to treat oneself with Reiki, and indeed many people use it exclusively for reasons of personal development, healthcare and stress-management.
An initiation/attunement can only be performed by a Reiki Master (teacher). It is felt that this process harmonises a person with the Reiki energy so they can receive and pass it on to others. This process is not exclusive; anyone can be attuned/initiated to Reiki regardless of his or her spiritual or religious beliefs. Additional stages of attunements/initiations and the use of the Reiki symbols, further enhance the practitioner's ability to utilise the Reiki energy, focusing it for specific purposes.
The Reiki symbols are devices used by Reiki practitioners who have been attuned to use them, to focus their intent for specific uses and are an integral part of the attunement/initiation process. The Reiki symbols are held to be dear and sacrosanct and may vary across the different styles of Reiki.
1st Degree Reiki - Non Practitioner level, qualifies student to give treatment to family, friends and self. Cover the following subjects:-
- Recommended Reading with additional reading list
- REIKI's “Universal Life Energy”
- The 5 Ethical principals of Reiki
- Reiki History
- Reiki Energy Boosters and Protection
- Hand Positions for Self Healing
- Seated Treatments
- Hand positions for full body treatments
- Grounding after healing
- Detecting subtle sensations
- Organs and structures of the body and chakra imbalances
- Brain Activity During Meditation
- Chakras and chakra chart
- Reiki Meditations
- Healing the spiritual body
- Introduction to the network on consciousness
- The subtle bodies and their relationship to the chakras
- The twenty one day clearing process
2nd Degree Reiki - Practitioner level, qualifies student to work with general public. Practitioner must hold relevant insurance. Covers the following subjects:-
- In depth chakra analysis including detecting imbalance with sound with singing bowls and chakra tuning forks, chakras related to days of the week using Planetary Hours as a tool for healing, Planets, metals, herbs, essential oils and crystals. Senses, nerves, musical notes and anatomical systems and personality experiences related to each chakra,
- Reiki symbols in depth.
- Using crystal grids
- Working with Reiki Guides
- Subtle Bodies and Spiritual Anatomy
- Aura stroking
- Distance Healing techniques
- Network of consciousness
- How to set up the work area
- Personal and Practice Hygiene
- Professional Boundaries and ethics
- Client handling techniques
- Case Studies 50 in total
- Completion of a portfolio, including Health and Safety, First Aid, Treatments and - Client handling techniques.
3rd Degree Reiki - Master/Teacher has reached Master Level and is qualified to teach.
The 1st Degree Reiki is run over 2 days contact time.
The 2nd Degree Reiki is also run over 2 days.
Students need to bring with them pens, paper, coloured pencils and clear, punched plastic wallets for course notes.
The cost of the 1st Degree Reiki Training Course, including handouts is £190.
The cost of the 2nd Degree Reiki Training Course, including handouts is £270.00, (deposit £80). Students will be required to complete 30 out of school treatments and submit documented evidence to support their practice before being issued with a certificate.
FIRST DEGREE REIKI DAT
Reiki I Spring 2020
Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th May 2020 - £190
SECOND DEGREE REIKI DATES
Reiki II Autumn 2020
Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th September 2020