First Degree/Shoden Reiki Training Offered on Cape Ann. This beginning level of Reiki focuses on ‘self-Reiki for self-care’ and self-healing. When we are in good balance and good health, we are more available to offer help to others.
Reiki Shoden/1st Degree Training – Friday. August 26th. 9:15 a.m. – 6 p.m. Held in a serene setting in Gloucester. NEW – Course material offered in English or Spanish. Additional self-study and supervised practicums are required for learning about offering Reiki to family/friends/pets and to achieve your Certificate of Completion at First Degree. (50 Hours.)
Transportation to Class from Boston – Transportation available via the MBTA Train/North Station to Downtown Gloucester. Shuttle service from the train station. Contact us for details.
Advance Registration and Payment Required. Contact us for details or to Register – 978-283-4258 or email: Info@ DreamtimeWellness.com or KomyoReikiKaiBoston@gmail.com. All Level of Reiki Training Offered.
Purpose of Learning ‘Reiki Ryoho’ (a Japanese Healing Art/Method) – Initially one learns Reiki for the ability to do ‘Self-Reiki;’ a method for Self-care and Self-healing. Then, with more practice and advanced training, you may want to offer Reiki to family, friends and pets, or even pursue Reiki as a Professional Practice.
Origin of Reiki Ryoho – 1922 in Japan with Founder USUI Mikao Sensei. Reiki Ryoho is a gentle and natural method for ‘inviting health and happiness.’ Usui Sensei taught Reiki as a means of shin shin kaizen or mind – body improvement.
Reiki Shoden/1st Degree Training – Friday. August 26th. 9:15 a.m. – 6 p.m. Held in a serene setting in Gloucester. NEW – Course material offered in English or Spanish. Additional self-study and supervised practicums are required for a Certificate of Completion at 1st Degree. (50 Hours) Advance Registration and Payment Required. Contact us for details or to Register – 978-283-4258 or email: Info@ DreamtimeWellness.com or KomyoReikiKaiBoston@gmail.com.
Komyo Reiki System – There are 4 Levels of Training in the Komyo Reiki System – A ‘Keep It Simple System’ from Founder of Komyo Reiki Kai™ INAMOTO Hyakuten Sensei. Hyakuten Sensei, a Non-Sectarian Buddhist monk from Kyoto Japan. Komyo Reiki Kai™ Motto – “Hands on. Nothing More.” Komyo Reiki Kai International ™ ‘Standards and Guidelines’ for (Teachers) and students can be found at – www.komyoreikikai.org.
Reiki 1st Degree/Shoden Training – Saturday and Sunday. April 9 and 10.*
Learn 1st Degree/Beginner Reiki with a focus on self-Reiki for relaxation and self-care.
‘What is Reiki?’ – Reiki (ray-kee) is a hands-on (or non-touch for those that prefer) healing method/art that originated in Japan in 1922. During a session, recipients are fully clothed and can lie down or sit for their sessions. Preliminary search indicates that a session of Reiki can promote relaxation and potentially decrease stress, increase calm, and improve comfort. More information on Reiki and other integrative therapies can be found at the National Center Complementary and Integrative Health (www.nccih.gov.) Not to take the place of conventional medicine, Reiki is offered in hospitals and other healthcare settings as supportive care for patients undergoing cancer treatment, pain management, and before and after surgery.
~ Try it, and feel for yourself what Reiki is about.~
For more information about Reiki or to schedule a session or training – info@DreamtimeWellness.com or call 978-283-4258.
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Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N., C.C.R.N. Alumnus. Certified Hypnotherapist, Tobacco Treatment Specialist, Usui Reiki Teacher/Komyo Shihan. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™ Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Find us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dreamtime-Wellness-/348619611849199
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