Reiki is an old traditional Japanese healing, that originated in Tibetan Buddhist healing practices around 2,500 years ago.

As a natural healing system, Reiki treatments are suitable for everyone, from young babies through to adults as it a safe, non-invasive treatment. It can be used alongside other complementary therapies or conventional medicine. Reiki can be easily administered on a treatment couch or just sitting in a chair.  Treatments can be effective against a wide range of conditions from stress to an  injury or illness. Reiki can be used as a preventative treatment, helping to keep your body, mind and emotions in balance by dissolving energy blockages that cause imbalance and illness.

A full reiki treatment can last from 30-45 minutes.  The treatment is often very relaxing with the client sometimes experiencing feelings of warmth, coldness, or skin tingles. The theory is that the energy goes where the recipient needs it  – the energy does not need to be guided.

There is a sequence to a reiki routine. Reiki practitioners are not trained in diagnosis and will not predict any specific outcome from treatment. If people are concerned about their symptoms, they should see a doctor.

The main benefits of Reiki are:

  • Relief of stress-related conditions such as headaches, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety.
  • Helping with emotional distress.
  • Pain relief.
  • To enhance healing of any condition.
  • Enhanced well-being, feeling peace, more grounded, and better able to cope with life’s challenges.
  • Children can also respond well to Reiki.


Reiki Treatment                30 – 45 minutes                 £25


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Amanda has a lovely relaxed nature. She has been treating the whole family since her third year at college. The space is always safe and inviting and the results for us all have been great, healing insomnia, hormonal problems, chronic ear infections, autistic spectrum, anxiety and depression, together with a myriad of acute prescriptions from sore throats to the common cold and flu.