What to Expect in a Reiki Treatment Session

What You May Expect To Experience During A REIKI Treatment With Ayanna

Reiki Kanji Symbol above cupped hands showing white light healing energyNancy Wyatt, Reiki MasterI am a certified Reiki Master. Although I currently practice only “distance healing” treatments with Reiki, and I use other forms of energy healing in person, I thought you might like to know what to expect if you book a session with a Reiki practitioner. Different providers use different techniques, but mine is typical.

Note: the description below is for the ideal Reiki environment, but I have provided Reiki to homeless people on the streets and in shelters. I’ve also done it in hospitals, offices, and other less ideal locations on people and on animals…all without the benefit of even a Reiki table, much less a lovely environment!

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Reiki – What To Expect in a Reiki Practitioner Session

What Happens In an Hour-Long Reiki Treatment?

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What You May Experience During A Reiki Session With Ayanna

Reiki hands with white light healing energy on man outdoors

The following description is how I conducted sessions when I was an active Reiki practitioner. I share it now because many other practitioners do it in a similar way. This description can help you decide if you want to experience an in-person Reiki treatment. It’s wonderful, and you may even want to become certified as a Reiki provider.

Reiki Kanji Symbol for healing at a distanceNote: Reiki (and some other forms of healing) can be conducted in absentia (long-distance) with or without a surrogate who is present with the practitioner. (The practitioner must be certified at Reiki II level or above to do distance healing.)

Reiki is not massage. The body is not being rubbed or manipulated as it would be with a massage therapist or chiropractic treatment. The only commonality is that a massage table may be used.

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