Reiki is a holistic healing. Reiki will help with your physical pain,
and even the causes of that pain; it will also help heal your mind,
your emotions, and your spirit (which in turn helps heal you pain).
The Reiki technique was developed in Japan in the 1900's. It came to
the US in 1938 and has gradually gained in popularity. A recent study
indicates that in 2002, more than one million US adults received one
or more Reiki sessions. The popularity of Reiki in hospitals has been
largely driven by requests from patients and by nurses and doctors who
have experienced its value. They report that Reiki reduces stress,
decreases the amount of pain medication required, improves sleep and
appetite, and accelerates the healing process.
During a session, the patient remains clothed and the practitioner's
hands are placed near or lightly touching various parts of the body,
including areas around the head, shoulders, stomach, legs, and feet.
Most patients report feelings of relaxation, and patients often fall
asleep during a session. Reiki is non-obtrusive.
With Reiki, the practitioner can hold their hands over the body or
even do the Reiki session over distance with the same effects. Reiki
is complete in its healing.
When a patient feels pain relief, recharged or simply relaxed, healing
"has" taken place. Lynn-Ann cuminotto's work involves channeling of
energies that surround us and directing them towards weak and wounded
areas. Reiki can restore energy balances of the body making it a more
conducive environment for healing to take place.
- Stress reduction and relaxation
- Improve sleep and appetite
- Promotes creativity
- Reduce physical pain
- Increases energy levels
- Accelerates the body's self-healing abilities
- Reduces blood pressure
- Assists the body in cleaning itself from toxins
- Supports the immune system
- It improves chronic and acute medical problems
- Heal your mind, emotions, and spirit