Yes, Reiki can. Reiki is an excellent modality to add to your massage or complementary health care practice.

With over a decade of experience, Restore Naturally provides excellent Reiki training to practitioners and students of:

  • Naturopathy
  • Kinesiology
  • Animal healing
  • Counselling
  • Art therapy
  • Intuitive healing
  • Beauty therapy
  • Massage

All Restore Naturally Reiki courses are approved by Massage & Myotherapy Australia and The Australian Association of Reiki Professionals.

You can earn 20 C.P.E. points for each level of Reiki you complete. If you are a member of another professional body please contact them to see if you can gain C.P.E. points after learning Reiki.

Restore Naturally Reiki courses have taken place at various health colleges in Melbourne.

How can Reiki benefit your health care practice?

1. Reiki is a brilliant self-care tool.what happens during a reiki treatment

During Reiki Level One you learn how to practice Reiki in yourself and others. Self-Reiki is excellent for maintaining physical, mental, spiritual and emotional balance. I have been practising Reiki on myself each day since I learnt in 2002. Since then I have taught hundreds of people to do the same. Self-Reiki practice helps me to experience more mental clarity, greater emotional balance and improved health and wellbeing. You’ll attend a Restore Naturally Reiki course and leave feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.

After Reiki Level Two you can practice Reiki professionally. I can’t think of another modality that can enhance your existing self-care practice and can be used in treatments. Can you?

After you learn Reiki you experience:

  • Increased relaxation
  • Increased energy levels
  • Decreased physical pain
  • Greater wellbeing
  • A deeper connection to yourself and others

2. Reiki gives you energy when you treat others.

Amazing isn’t it! During Reiki Level One you become a one-way “hose” for positive healing energy. This means that you and the recipient both benefit from a Reiki treatment. Reiki flows through you and into them.

When you treat others with Reiki you tend to feel calmer, clearer and energised. I experience greater mental clarity and energy after treating others with Reiki in professional practice.

3. Reiki does not require physical or emotional exertion

Reiki does not take physical and emotional effort to practice. During a Reiki treatment, a recipient lies fully clothed and you place your hands very gently on various areas of their body.

Reiki can actually increase your working life. Did you know that due to burnout the average full-time working life of a massage practitioner is three to five years?

Using Reiki during manual treatments allows you to work for longer periods of time without burnout.

I know this from personal experience. I have enjoyed practising various types of massage but sometimes felt physically and emotionally drained after a full working week.

I then incorporated Reiki into almost all of my treatments. To my delight patients who initially wanted standard Remedial or relaxation treatments welcomed a mixture of Reiki and massage because of the positive effects, Reiki brings to standard treatment sessions. For example, increased relaxation and decreased physical pain.

When you incorporate Reiki with massage deeper healing takes place than with massage alone.

4. Reiki is easily incorporated into your existing practice

Reiki can easily be added to your existing practice in two ways:

  • By offering 30 to 15 minutes of Reiki within a standard treatment
  • By offering full Reiki treatments

Your clients will feel the difference!

5. Reiki takes a short time to learn.

Unlike other modalities, Reiki takes a short time to learn. Reiki Level One and Two Courses take place over two days. Plus unlike other complementary health modalities, Reiki is a spiritual practice.

Can you think of any reasons not to learn Reiki? I can’t.

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