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A Typical Reiki Session - Astoria Reiki

A Typical Reiki Session

If you’ve been thinking about having a Reiki treatment, you’re probably wondering what to expect. During the treatment you remain fully clothed and lie flat on a padded massage table. The treatment involves the hands of the practitioner being placed above specific areas of the body, corresponding to key energy centers, or “chakras”.

A male and a female practitioner are available to conduct sessions

The treatment involves the hands of the practitioner being held above specific areas of the body, corresponding to key energy centers, or “chakras”. No physical contact is made. Reiki healing is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use.

Dress comfortably

You remain FULLY clothed during the Reiki treatment & session. It is recommended that you wear simple, loose fitting clothes to aid relaxation. It is harder to relax when wearing tight clothing or belts. It is appreciated if you bring a clean pair of socks to change into, as shoes are always removed prior to treatment.

Creating a relaxing environment

The right environment is required to receive the full Reiki experience, to facilitate “letting go” into a meditative, relaxed state. A quiet, safe place is required. Distractions such as ringing telephones will be eliminated; as will other interruptions. We will ask you to silence or turn off your cell phones as well. Every effort is made to ensure a relaxing and spiritually enriching experience. You’ll receive your Reiki treatment while reclining on a massage table in a softly lit environment.

Meditative music is offered to enhance your relaxation.

Important

Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions, nor do they perform medical treatment, prescribe substances, or interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional, unless they have received training in such a licensed professional practice that supports this. (These professional skills are not part of a Reiki training program). Reiki should not compete with medical doctors and their treatments. Reiki can be used together with any other form of medical, natural or alternative therapy in order to compliment it. It is always recommended that you first see a licensed physician or mental health care professional for any physical or psychological ailment you may have.