Reiki

Reiki is a traditional Japanese therapy to harness natural energies to reduce stress and aid relaxation. The literal translation of the Japanese word Rei–Ki is ‘universal life force energy’.

Using a combination of natural abilities and learned skills to work on the physical, mental and emotional levels, a reiki practitioner can work with people of all ages to release blocked energy meridians, cleanse the body of toxins and calibrate the flow of natural energy from the universal source. The overall impression should be one of balance, calmness and general well being

Reiki can help with the following conditions: physical (back pain, headaches, tiredness, skin disorders, recovery after surgery or injury); emotional (fear, low self-esteem, anger, jealousy, grief); mental (stress related conditions, sleep problems, negative thinking, exam stress); spiritual (natural rhythm, loss of personal power, unclear life direction, unable to forgive, fear of death).

Reiki is experienced fully clothed while lying on a treatment couch or sat in a chair, and can involve the light touch of the therapist’s hands. While some people will experience deep relaxation, others could enjoy a feeling of warmth in parts of their body. This is a natural sign of life energy. The pace of healing is determined by the client’s unique natural rhythm of body, mind and soul

Simone Hauser is a Reikimaster – third level. In reiki, the lineage of a practitioner is all important and Simone can boast a strong line: Dr. Usui, Dr. Hayaschi, Hawayo Takata, Phyllis Lei Furumoto, Eveline Helbling, Rena Ruhs, Waltraud Mück and Margot Rottler. In the early twentieth century, reiki was re-discovered by Mikao Ushi while fasting and meditating at Mount Kumara. His teachings form the basis of the reiki we commonly practice today.