What Happens In A Reiki Session

What Happens In A Reiki Session?

During a session you will Lie on a sheet covered table in a peaceful and private setting.

Practitioner will place hands lightly on or over specific areas of your body, each position could take 3 to 10 minutes. If there is an area of concern and feel the need, the practitioner would work with the energy longer. Sessions can be 30 minutes or 60 minutes.

If you requested Crystals to be added to your session, they would be placed on or around certain areas of the body. If you requested Higher Dose mat to be added to your session you will be lying on the mat.

How To Prepare For Your Session.

Wear clean, loose-fitting, comfortable clothing. You may wish to wear natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, or silk. Remove your shoes, jewelry, watches, and glasses before your session and keep your phone switched off.

What To Expect After Your Session.

Some clients feel claim, relaxed, and at peace. Others feel rejuvenated and full of energy. For the next several days, drink plenty of water to assist your body in the detoxification process. You may feel more tired than usual. Listen to your body: slow down and get plenty of rest.

Reiki

$45.00 / 30 min.

$60.00 / 60 min.

Crystals added to any session
$20.00

Higher Dose mat added to any session
$20.00

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