FAQs

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What happens during a Reiki treatment?

During a Reiki treatment you will be resting on a comfortable massage table. Clients can also receive Reiki healing whilst seated on a chair. Clients lay on their backs, either with support or in a modified position to suit individual comfort levels. The treatment will begin at the head, followed by the torso and limbs, down to the feet. If  clients are able to rest on their stomach (pillow supports are available to ensure your comfort), hands can also be placed on the back from the shoulders to the lower back. Energy flows through the practitioners hands to the client's body.

Does it hurt?

Not at all. Reiki is a therapy based on light touch. The practitioners hands are placed on you lightly in a series of positions from your head to your torso. You remain fully clothed throughout the treatment. Your comfort is top priority and will be monitored during the Reiki experience. There is no manipulation of muscles or bones.

You may feel the Reiki energy moving through the body on certain areas. This feeling can be described as mildly warm, tingly or cool.  

Is Reiki used in medical institutions?

Yes. Organizations in Perth such as the Cancer Wellness Centre and SolarisCare Foundation Cancer Support Centre at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital are offering Reiki treatments to cancer patients.