In Person…

In person treatments generally take place in a room containing a massage style table. Many practitioners will close the curtains, burn candles and incense, and play soft music to create a soothing relaxed atmosphere for the client. This is not essential and in no way affects the effectiveness of the treatment.

Full Treatments usually last for about an hour, although the first time a client visits a practitioner may last a little longer as the practitioner will want to explain to the client what to expect and ask a few questions for their records.

The treatment itself will normally take place with the client laying on the table fully clothed. The main advantage to the client is one of comfort, as the treatment generally makes them feel very relaxed and they often fall asleep during the course of it.

There are many different styles of treatment, some practitioners will lay their hands actually on the clients body, while others will hover their hands just above the body, working in the auric field. Both forms of treatment are equally as effective. At no time will the practitioner touch the client in an inappropriate manner.

During the treatment the practitioner will channel the Reiki energy through their hands into the client. The client may feel heat flowing from the practitioners hands and be aware of the energy travelling through their body.

Reiki energy works with the body’s energy to balance and align. It takes the dis out of ease!

At the end of the treatment the practitioner will usually ask the client how they are feeling and what they remember of the experience during the treatment. Every persons experience of Reiki is individual, so that although there are many common responses, it is also quite possible for the clients experience to be unique.

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