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Who Is Reiki For?

  • Anyone who prefers a gentle, relaxing treatment.
  • Anyone who prefers a fully clothed treatment.
  • Reiki is for everyone, regardless of age, sex, race, creed or state of health.
  • Reiki can do no harm and does not interfere with any other treatment or medication.
  • Reiki promotes physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
  • Reiki is not a religion or cult and does not contradict any religious beliefs.
  • Reiki does not require belief or faith, just a desire to receive the energy.
  • Reiki can also be given, with great effect, to animals and plants.

What Can Reiki Do For You

There will always be some benefit from receiving Reiki. Sometimes on the physical level, sometimes mental or spiritual level, and indeed sometimes a combination or all three levels.

Reiki can: 

  • Provide relaxation, confidence, peace and joy.
  • Remove tension and negative energies.
  • Release stress.
  • Create balance, harmony, clarity and good focus in daily work.
  • Improve concentration.
  • Aid meditation and positive thinking.
  • Encourage personal development, self-love and love for others.
  • Allow one to become more responsible for one’s health.
  • Accelerate the natural healing process.
  • Enhance, and not interfere with, any other treatment or medication.
  • Lead to a better quality of life.

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What Does Reiki Feel Like?

The experience of receiving Reiki energy varies from person to person, session to session and sometimes even during a session. Some people feel nothing, apart from pleasant relaxation; others feel warmth, a coolness, a tingling or a gentle flowing sensation. It is not unusual for people to become so relaxed that they fall asleep.

Occasionally people may experience emotions, which may be happy or sad, and some particularly sensitive people even see images while their eyes are closed. These things are all part of the therapy and should not be fought against.

What Happens After A Treatment

When the session is over you will be given time to regain your thoughts, or gently woken up, if you have fallen asleep!
You will be offered a glass of water, as Recipients are often thirsty after your Reiki session.

How Often Can I Have Reiki?

There are no rules about how frequent sessions should be, or how many sessions a person needs , it is up to you! You cannot overdose on Reiki; the only constraint is the time both you and the Practitioner have to spare!

Reiki & Me.

I was first attuned to Reiki in the mid-nineties. I re-studied Reiki and took my Masters in 2004, along side Karuna Reiki 1 & 2.

Although I had 3 masters, my ‘main’ master/ mentor explained to me that to first heal yourself was the only way you could heal others.

In 2012 I fully realised the meaning of those words. I am happy (finally) to ‘come out’ so to speak to all my clients who know me as a hard-core massage professional who knows A LOT about injuries, pain and how to get them back on track.

The ‘odd’ thing, the different thing they get when they have what they fondly call a ‘Dawn’ treatment may be the Reiki? Who knows, but that’s one of my personal theories.

Read About Client Sessions Involving Reiki

Wendy’s Reiki Experience… Click Here

Ralphs Reiki Experience… Click Here

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Are you over-training?  Is Your Body Under Stress?

Do you know the difference between being just a little tired or on a down-cycle, and being legitimately run down or over tired? One of the biggest challenges to achieving your fitness goals is consistency.

Juggling your training with enough sleep and rest, as well as the ‘perfect’ nutritional diet is hard enough, but add to that your work-life, your personal/ home life and suddenly it gets more tricky! So, how do you keep up the pace without over doing it, becoming sick or injured?

What is over-training?

Overtraining occurs when a person experiences stress and physical trauma from exercise. The key to remember when training is that it’s the exercise that breaks your body down, but it’s the rest and recovery that makes you stronger and healthier. This doesn’t happen overnight, or as a result of one or two sessions.

We all know regular exercise is extremely beneficial to our general health and fitness, but we all must remember that improvements to our body can only occur given time.

Please note when I use the word stress I use it very ‘broadly’. Stress is stress, whether it’s a physical, mental or emotional stress, it still has the same effect on your health and well-being!

Whilst there are no specific tests per se there are quite a number of signs and symptoms to be aware of.

If you suffer from one or two of the following signs or symptoms it doesn’t automatically mean you are suffering from overtraining. However, if you recognise five or more of the following signs and symptoms, then it may be time to take a close look at the volume and intensity of your work load.

Physical Signs & Symptoms

  • Appetite loss
  • Chronic muscle soreness or joint pain
  • Decreased performance
  • Delayed recovery from exercise
  • Elevated resting pulse /heart rate
  • Exhaustion
  • Frequent minor infections
  • Increased susceptibility to colds and flu’s
  • Increases in minor injuries
  • Insatiable thirst or dehydration
  • Intolerance to exercise
  • Lethargy
  • Weight loss

Psychological Signs & Symptoms

  • Anxiety
  • Apathy or no motivation
  • Depression
  • Fatigued, tired, drained, lack of energy
  • Headaches
  • Inability to relax
  • Insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Reduced ability to concentrate
  • Twitchy, fidgety or jittery

As you can see by the number of signs and symptoms there are a lot of things to look out for. Generally the most common signs and symptoms to look for are a total loss of motivation in all areas of your life (work or career, health and fitness etc.), plus a feeling of exhaustion. Need help with ‘Emotional’ stress management ? Or Maga Relaxing treatments, click here to read more….

If these two warning signs are present, plus a couple of the other listed signs and symptoms, then it may be time to take a short rest before things get out of hand.

Sounds like you’re over training?

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