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Reiki

Reiki is a healing technique that can channel energy into the patient by means of touch.

 

 

 


 

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a form of hands-on energy healing that promotes relaxation and balance. The word can be broken down into “rei,” which means God’s wisdom or higher power, and Ki, which means life force energy. This could mean spiritually guided life force energy or universal life force energy. You can jump-start your healing process and heal your emotional, spiritual, mental, or physical needs. Reiki leaves many feeling relaxed, balanced, relieved of stress, and more. This is done by supporting and clearing low, blocked, and stagnant energy.

What does Reiki feel like?

During a session, clients can expect to recline on a treatment table while the practitioner gently places their hands on or near them. Accommodations can be made according to the client’s accessibility. This is a form of non-manipulative touch while fully clothed. Clients may experience tingling, warmth, heat, and releases such as burping, falling asleep, seeing colors, processing emotions, etc.

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What are the Benefits of Reiki?

Relaxation * Improved Sleep Improvement * Pain Management * Mental Clarity * Emotional and Spiritual Balance * Improved Blood Pressure * Accelerated Physical Healing * Supports immune System * Boosts Mood * Enhances Quality of Life * Supports Fertility

What does a Reiki session look like?

You’ll spend the entire session lying fully clothed on a treatment table (this looks like a standard massage table), but if you’re pregnant or otherwise can’t lie flat, you may be in a recliner. There are no dangers in undergoing Reiki. Reiki can does no harm and has no side effects, but expect to feel deeply relaxed during the session.

Meet Our Reiki Practitioners

Lindsay Gallagher

Lindsay Gallagher

 

Lindsay is a Level 2 Certified Reiki Practitioner; certified over a decade ago. She really began to connect with Reiki after unexpectedly losing her brother. Reiki greatly contributed to her healing process and inspired her to help others do the same. Lindsay uses Reiki in her therapy sessions, yoga classes as well as private sessions. She is dually certified in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and continues to study and attend trainings centered on Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Yoga Psychology. Lindsay enjoys giving others the gift of relaxation, peace, and healing (both emotional & physical) through the practice of Reiki.

Nancy Boland

Nancy Boland

Nancy is a lifestyle medicine coach, health and well-being coach, thai bodywork practitioner, speaker/ writer, yoga/meditation teacher, Reiki Master specializing in the Chakras, and breathwork practitioner. She works with people of all ages and backgrounds from teens to older adults. Nancy has worked in behavioral health for over 10 years and is uniquely qualified to guide and empower clients to release energetic and emotional blockages. She helps reveal anxieties, stress, trauma, and negative belief systems so that they can be replaced by positive attributes with a grounded sense of self. Her goal is to meet each client where they are to lead their best life. 

Sarah Smith

Juniper Smith

 

Juniper’s journey into energy healing started before she was truly aware of what was occurring. About 10 years ago, she became “aware,” which is when her awakening came to the forefront. Soon after, she stumbled into a metaphysical apothecary and met two women who changed her life. They taught her about reiki, what it means to be an empath, and how to utilize nature to better my life, and the lives of all beings in all places. Reiki and energy work changed her life; it found her at the perfect time, which often feels like our lowest point. Because of the positive effects and changes it created in her life, she is passionate about sharing energy work and herbal healing with the masses. Sarah wants to help other women who struggle with hormonal dysregulation, or intuitive blocks. And to support others, men and women, in their walk toward peace and happiness, because feeling “ok” is simply not good enough.