Since childhood I have had a profound awareness of the energy around me. It was my German Shepherd, Shasta and my Mammoth donkey, Annie, who showed me the way to the healing energy of Reiki. Their gentle souls have guided me to practice Reiki to bring wellness and healing to both animals and people. I am a Reiki Master/Teacher and offer Reiki classes and Level I, II & III attunements as well.
The name Reiki, pronounced “Ray-key”, comes from the Japanese words “rei” meaning spirit, and “ki” meaning energy. It is usually translated as “universal life force energy”. Reiki is a gentle, noninvasive holistic energy healing system that yields powerful results for the body, mind and spirit. When using Reiki to heal, the practitioner channels healing energy through her hands to the client either directly or from a distance. It is ideal for use with both people and animals. Reiki can do no harm and is very gentle. It always goes to the source of the problem and always works for the highest good.
Reiki is not a substitute to regular consultation with your medical professional but can work to support an overall health care program.
Reiki is an ideal healing modality because it is gentle and noninvasive. It doesn't cause stress, discomfort, or pain, and yet yields powerful results. Reiki's power has the ability to heal emotional, behavioral, and physical illnesses and injuries.
Reiki helps to maintain overall health, enhances relaxation and provides an emotional sense of peace and contentment.