Although I am a professor in education and have been in the field of education for over 20 years, my passion to help others has been the foundation of my career. This passion expanded into the ancient Japanese healing art of Reiki. My desire to learn and work in the field of natural energy healing increased when my mother was diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer. This personal experience propelled me into becoming a Reiki Practitioner. As a 2nd Degree Reiki Practitioner and a born intuitive psychic medium, my mission is to be an open conduit to help enhance the body's own natural healing process through Reiki, a hands-on energy transfer technique.
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Reiki is a non-invasive, non-manipulative ancient Japanese healing art used to transmit energy and enhance the body's own natural healing process. The technique and methods were established by Reiki Master Dr. Mikao Usui (1864-1926) in the late 19th century which became popular once Reiki Master Hawayo Takata brought the practice of Reiki to the United States.
My approach is simple and aligned with the core principles of the Usui System of Reiki. REIKI is not a massage based practice.
It is practiced with a gentle hands-on body approach or by simply working the energy a couple of inches off the body while laying on the massage table. As the universal energy flows through the practitioner's hands to the client, the client may feel a pulsing or tingling sensation, a feeling of warmth, comfort, or a sense of releasing previously-blocked emotions.
Although Reiki is not a substitute for medical and other health care treatments, it can be used in conjunction with current medical treatments. Studies have shown Reiki reduces physical/emotional discomfort, calms the mind, eases anxiety, helps clients experience deep relaxation, improves immune/nervous system functioning, helps relieve depression/insomnia and stimulates body's immune system.
REIKI Medical Research Literature:
*Dyer Mc NL, Baldwin AL, Rand WL. A Large-Scale Effectiveness Trial of Reiki for Physical and Psychological Health. J Altern Complement Med. 2019 Dec;25(12):1156-1162. doi: 10.1089/acm.2019.0022. Epub 2019 Oct 22. PMID: 31638407.
*Sasikala G. Effect of Reiki therapy on biophysiological and psychological status of patients after major surgical procedures: a pilot report. Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, 2013. 2013;4:1011–1017.
*Brown, F.  Ancient Reiki accepted at a modern American Hospital. The Journal of Awareness. pp 3,16.
* Schiller R. Reiki: A Starting Point for Integrative Medicine. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.2003; vol 9, no 2, pp20-21.
*Midilli TS, Eser I. Effects of Reiki on post-cesarean delivery pain, anxiety, and hemodynamic parameters: a randomized, controlled clinical trial. Pain Manage Nurs. 2015;16:388–399.
* Reiki Really Works: A Groundbreaking Scientific Study
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* Nield-Anderson, L. Ameling, A.  The Empowering Nature of Reiki as a Complementary Therapy. Holistic Nursing Practice, vol 14, no 3, pp21-29