Receiving a Reiki treatment is very simple.
The recipient (you) lies on a treatment couch or remains sitting, whichever is the most comfortable for you.
The practitioner (me) gently places their hands in a sequence of non-intrusive pre-determined positions on the head and body. The recipient is the control switch in Reiki and they draw the healing energy through the practitioner.
No clothing needs to be removed as Reiki will pass through anything, even plaster casts!
Reiki is totally safe and supports all forms of treatments both complementary and orthodox. You don’t need to have anything wrong as such to benefit from Reiki.
Reiki can be used to support any condition, this wonderful healing energy works on the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical levels resulting in a profound sense of calm, peace and relaxation.
Reiki is suitable for any age group though often children and the elderly find a shorter treatment more comfortable.
I have two options for you
Single Reiki Treatment
Block of 6 Reiki Treatments
There is huge benefit in having 4 treatments over 4 consecutive days.
Some people choose to book a course of sessions, say weekly over 6 weeks and then more intermittently. Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
Please check out the Reiki Treatment Questions page for all your queries as well as Before and After Reiki Treatment advice.
I offer daytime appointments on a Sunday and Monday most weeks. Call me to discuss availability on 07855098166.
I have a dedicated treatment room on the first floor of my home*. Here you can lie on a very comfortable treatment couch with all the pillows and covers that you require and can receive a relaxing Reiki treatment in a calm, supported and relaxing environment.
I will give you my full address when you book. I am situated on the westerly side of Shrewsbury, with the A5 and just off the Number 1 bus route from town.
Parking – there is on-street parking in my residential road.
*My home is shared with my husband Paul and cat Max. Max loves Reiki and understands that he isn’t allowed in the treatment room when a client is visiting, at other times he enjoys sitting on the windowsill watching the children pass as they walk to school.