Would you like to heal yourself, family and friends using the wonderful Reiki energy?
Can you imagine yourself as a Reiki healer in the future?
Or would you like to become a teacher of Reiki?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions:
You can train as a Reiki 1 (Reiki first degree) healer in a few days. This will enable you to tap into the universal energy and transfer it to yourself, family and friends.
If you wanted to then heal others and turn your skills into a business you could train to be a Reiki 2 healer a few months later.
By completing the Reiki first degree course you will:
Gain confidence in your ability to use Reiki.
Join a universal family of Reiki healers.
Have the opportunity to attend Reiki shares – informal gatherings of Reiki people where ideas and energy are shared.
The small classes for Reiki attunements are friendly, safe and comforting. Support and guidance are ongoing throughout your personal Reiki journey.
Comprehensive manuals, certificates and official lineages are included in the cost.
What is an attunement?
A Reiki attunement is a powerful experience. It is usually administered following a guided mediation. It is the process whereby a Reiki Master channels universal energy through their body via their hands into the recipient’s body thereby enabling the recipient to channel healing energy into others. The Reiki Master will focus on the student’s chakras and use specialised breathing techniques.
Usui Reiki I
This can be over two days or spread across the evenings of four weeks. Most people prefer several sessions over a number of weeks as it gives their body a chance to adjust to the gentle changes that may occur.
Usui Reiki Practitioner Course (Usually taught at least six months after Reiki I) (CNHC Registered/UKRF Approved)
This course is 240 hours in length. 65 hours are face to face (made up of Reiki I and Reiki II, specific study days, tutorials, seminars and discussions). The remaining 175 hours are self directed study, self treatment and treating others. This course takes a minimum of nine months to complete.
Reiki III Usui Reiki Master Practitioner Course (Usually taught six months after Reiki II). This can be over two days or spread across the evenings of four weeks.
Reiki IV Usui Reiki Master Teacher (Usually taught six months after Reiki III). This can be over two days or spread across the evenings of four weeks.
Please be aware that all courses are ‘face to face’. There is also a requirement for self directed study.
CNHC Registered/UKRF Approved courses have a greater element of assessment and observation sessions.