What is Reiki
Reiki is a spiritual technique and spiritual path that promotes healing. Through centuries this healing modality (like many others) has been protected and kept secret; only monks were able to learn it. It was believed that people were not ready for it; monks were afraid it was going to be changed and used inappropriately!
What you will learn.
In First Degree Reiki the student will learn the hand positions, traditional Japanese techniques, and receive the permanent attunement to the Reiki Rei.
During this attunement, the Rei or Universal Life Force Energy will make adjustments in the student’s chakras and energy pathways to accommodate the ability to channel Reiki for the healing of themselves and others. You will also learn ancient movements to increase the feeling of the energy flow.
What to expect during the workshop.
At the workshop, you will learn about the history of Reiki. You will receive four attunements that will permanently imprint or awaken the Reiki energy in your DNA.
Through movement, you will learn to feel the flow of energy and direct the healing rays with specific hand positions. You will receive a manual that will provide a great amount of information plus handouts. Each participant will receive specific instructions to give Reiki and will experience the healing power. You will receive a Reiki I certification allowing you to continue your Reiki studies.
Time: 9 AM to 4 PM
Once we receive your registration additional information will be sent to you via email. You must pre-register, material, book, and certification need to be ready on the day of the workshop. Please email me as soon as possible to receive your registration form and additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org
“No prerequisite – All are welcome”
Sonia Guadagnin Terrosa
Advanced Reiki Master Teacher
Tibetan Reiki Master Teacher/Practitioner
Innergy Healing Arts 1205 N Federal Hwy, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460 email@example.com
The techniques we teach are not intended to diagnose or prescribe; in no way should they be considered as a substitute to a licensed health care professional.