Reiki is a fantastic resource for healing and personal and spiritual growth.
People are often drawn to it when orthodox medicine leaves them with unwanted side-effects and they seek additional help. Others feel a strong pull to help people heal physically, mentally and spiritually.
Reiki can be given anywhere and anytime, in person or over a distance. The certificates are in three levels, called degrees, I, II, and III.
At the Isbourne there are two Reiki Masters offering courses and treatments, both teaching Reiki but with slightly different emphases and personal styles. Jo Fellows teaches from a Japanese perspective and Janie Whittemore teaches more in the western style. Both have their roots in the original Reiki handed down from its originator, Dr Mikao Usui. Every teacher comes with the sum of their own experiences that will inform their teaching, and it is important to find someone that you feel is right for you. Your Reiki teacher should offer ongoing guidance as you gain experience. Whether you want to learn for yourself or to become a Reiki practitioner, listen to your intuition and ask as many questions as you want to. You can also come to a Reiki Share evening, where practitioners gather to talk about and practise Reiki to find out more.