Treatments

What to expect during a treatment

  • you will stay fully clothed during a treatment, but for your comfort it is suggested that you remove your shoes, watch and any metal jewellery
  • the aim is to relax and enjoy the treatment, for some this means talking and asking questions, for others it means remaining quiet, it is entirely up to you
  • it is helpful to bring your focus of awareness to the present moment by allowing your mind to release thoughts and fears you may be holding
  • your practitioner will use different hand positions to work with the energy centres, or chakras, in your body; or may work on areas of specific pain or tension
  • when working on these energy centres your practitioner may either use light touch, or may hover their hands in the space over your body
  • you will be made comfortable with pillows and blankets either on a couch, a zero gravity chair, or an upright chair, according to your needs and mobility
  • soft, relaxing music may be used
  • you may experience a shift in consciousness which can be an important part of the healing process
  • client confidentiality is always respected

After the treatment

  • your aura is swept
  • you may feel energised, relaxed or peaceful
  • it is recommended that you drink plenty of water (around 8 glasses), for a minimum of 3 days; this helps flush out toxins released during the treatment, and keeps you hydrated aiding your bodily functions
  • you may feel different after each treatment as the flow of Reiki meets your individual needs for that day to bring about balance

Treatments for children

  • a parent/guardian’s signed consent is required
  • children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult
  • young children are held or sit on their parent’s lap, and both parent and child are treated together

My treatment room is in Faversham, Kent. Treatments cost £40 for an hour, other timings are available on a pro rata basis.

To make an appointment please get in touch.

To find out more about Reiki and how it works please see the welcome page.