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What is it?
Reiki is an energy-based healing system that involves the reiki practitioner, who has been initiated as a reiki channel, gently laying their hands on or over the fully clothed client in order to transfer reiki, or universal life force energy, to the body.
Whilst universal life force is all around us and available to everyone, some people have difficulty in taking it in and using it effectively. The reiki practitioner can assist in this process by channelling the healing energy and directing it to the specific areas that need it. The client's body can then make the best use of that energy to enhance its own natural healing processes.
Reiki is a passive therapy in that the client lies still and may even fall asleep during the session. There is no pulling, prodding, kneading or talking - the practitioner merely holds their hands lightly on or over different parts of the client's body over the course of the session to deliver the reiki. Clients generally feel very calm, relaxed, light and at peace after a reiki session.
Reiki as a system of healing was developed by Mikao Usui in Japan in the late nineteenth century and was brought to the West in the 1930s by Hawayo Takata.
Reiki as an energy has always existed.
The session times listed below are a guide only. Please click here to read my philosophy on session times.
Standard Session - reiki: $160 inc GST (90 mins)
A reiki session at BodyComm Kinesiology is generally around 90 minutes in duration and the client is invited to stay and continue to rest and relax, process and integrate after the reiki has been delivered. The session includes gathering some background information prior to the reiki and after the session, discussing what came up during it.
Home Visits can be arranged on a case-by-case basis and a charge to cover travel time and costs may be added to the base session rate above.
Payment may be made by cash, EFTPOS, credit card (Mastercard or Visa), PayPal or Direct Deposit.
Reiki is not covered by private health insurance.
These rates are current as at 1 September 2017 and are subject to change.
CancellationsIn order that others may benefit, if you're unable to keep an appointment, a minimum of 24 hours notice would be appreciated. An administration fee of 50% of the session rate may be charged for late cancellations.