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Is there anything I can do to make the most of my Reiki session?


It is best to eat a light meal at least 1-2 hrs before your treatment. Your body needs time to digest your food. 

Reiki helps detox your energy field and your body so drink plenty of water before and after your session.  An Epson salt bath after the session will also help.  


What should I wear?


Unlike a massage therapy session, you will be fully clothed. Wear comfortable clothing. Remove glasses, shoes and unnecessary jewellery.


Can Reiki be used with other therapies?

Yes. Reiki can complement regular medical or psychological treatments. If you have a medical or psychological condition, it is recommended that you see a licensed health care professional in addition to receiving Reiki treatments.


Are there any side effects from a Reiki Treatment? 

Most of the time a person will feel relaxed and refreshed after a Reiki session. However, after energy work, toxins that were once stored in the body may be released. Your body is cleansing as a part of the healing process. When this happens, you may experience a headache, an upset stomach or feel weak. If this occurs, please drink more water, eat a light meal and rest up.


What can I expect during a session?

The experience is different for everyone. The mind may feel calm and your physical body should feel relaxed. Please refer to what to expect for more details. 


Is one session enough or will I need a series of sessions?

One session is a great start. You will see for yourself how Reiki makes you feel. Four sessions is a traditional recommendation and should give you sufficient time to evaluate your experience. You have the option to purchase a series of sessions to help achieve balance and wellness throughout the year.

Is Reiki following a religion?

No. Reiki isn’t associated with any particular religion, although it is spiritual in nature. People from all religions (or no religion) can benefit from Reiki and it may even enhance your practice by providing clarity.


What's your cancellation / no show / late arrival policy?

  • Cancellation - If you are unable to give 24 hours advance notice you will be charged the full amount of your session. This amount must be paid prior to your next session.

  • No Show – If you forget or consciously choose to forgo your session it will be considered a “no-show.” You may be charged, in full, for this missed session. This amount must be paid prior to your next session and you may be required to pre-pay additional sessions.

  • Late Arrivals – Depending upon how late you arrive, there may not be enough time remaining to receive a full session. You will be responsible for paying the full amount of your scheduled time frame.

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