Reiki

Reiki Sessions

What to Expect During a Reiki Session

Two kinds of Reiki sessions are offered: in the Cambridge office and distance Reiki, online. I provide a safe, comfortable, private space for you to enjoy your Reiki sessions. Lying on a massage table, and fully clothed, you will relax by listening to soft meditation music (or no music if you prefer) as I scan your energy body by using a light touch of my hands. The head, shoulders, chest and stomach are most commonly worked with, along with the chakra system. Areas of physical ailment (such as a tweaked knee for example) are also focused on when needed.

Self Reiki Share

Self Reiki Share:

Join Reiki Master Teacher Laura West for Japanese style Self Reiki, chanting and meditation in this online format. Rest in the energy. Nourish yourself. Class Outline: Start by reciting the Reiki Gokai (principles). Next, practice Hatsurei Ho (sensory perception exercises), followed by chanting the Jumon (symbol seed sounds). Finally, the class culminates with a guided Self Reiki practice (by Laura).

Shoden | Japanese Reiki Level One Class

This is the foundation class for all experiences with Reiki, no matter how many levels you continue to learn. You will learn the Japanese history of Reiki as well as learn how to treat yourself and loved ones with Reiki. Upon completion of this one day class, you will be able to practice Reiki.

Okuden | Japanese Reiki Level Two Class

In this Reiki level two class you will deepen your experience with Reiki. You will learn how to heal emotionally as well as work with sending distant healing energy. Upon completion of this one day class you will be able to practice Reiki.

Shinpiden | Japanese Reiki Master Class

This is the third and final class for learning about the system of Reiki from the Japanese perspective.  Upon completion of this three month long class you will be able to practice and teach Reiki to others. There is a component of professionalism added to this content for those wishing to establish a professional Reiki practice.