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A Reiki Treatment

reiki treatmentDuring a Reiki treatment the client remains fully clothed, as Reiki passes through clothing and even plaster casts. The client usually lies on a treatment couch, futon or sits in a chair if they find lying down uncomfortable.

The Reiki practitioner places their hands gently, in a series of non-intrusive positions covering the client's body. Each hand position is held for several minutes. The whole person is treated, not just isolated areas.

Reiki does not involve massage or manipulation. It involves a gentle healing touch.

Treatments can take an hour to an hour-and-a-half, depending on the client's needs.


Four consecutive Reiki treatments

If you have a chronic condition, something that has been building up over a long period of time, it often needs more than one treatment. Having treatments every day over four consecutive days can be a very powerful way of receiving Reiki healing, as the energy is able to move deeper and deeper each day, often having quite profound healing results. The first treatment tends to be a really relaxing and transforming experience in its own right. On day two and three some really deep healing often starts to unfold and then day four can feel like a completing of the cycle.

It is advisable to make space in your life when receiving four consecutive Reiki treatments and not have many other plans during these fours days in order to optimise the benefits from these treatments.

Please view clinic details for more information about Reiki healing sessions
with Mamta, Reiki Master, Usui Shiki Ryoho in London.

You can view testimonials to find out how people have benefitted from having Reiki treatments with Mamta.



A Reiki Treatment



Text copyright Tripuri Dunne & Lucy Patterson