Reiki is a Japanese healing art used for stress reduction and relaxation that may also encourage the body to heal. It is given by gently ‘laying on hands’ and is based on the idea that an unseen life force energy flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.

If our life force energy is low, we are more likely to get sick or feel stress and if it is high and functioning well, we are more capable of being healthy and happy. Reiki heals by flowing through energy fields, also known as chakras of which there are seven in different areas of the body and charging them with positive energy.

This causes negative energy to fall away, clears and heals energy pathways, allowing the positive life force to flow in a healthy and natural way.

What to expect from a session

You will be laying down fully clothed and made comfortable and warm on my therapy couch before the session begins. Experiencing Reiki can be wonderfully relaxing and you may sense a radiant wave of flowing energy around you and through you during the treatment.  Before we begin I will ask you to set an intention for the session, for example ‘to relax’, ‘to energise’ or ‘to release’. I will progress through a series of ‘laying on hands’ positions starting from your head working through to your feet.  You will then be asked to roll over so I can continue the sequence on your back and legs. You will settle into a deeply relaxing state and may even fall asleep during the session. Regardless of how you experience the treatment, you will be receiving Reiki healing on some level and wherever the energy is blocked it will intuitively send healing to this area. After the treatment you will have plenty of time to become fully awake and to discuss the experience should you wish to.

The treatment time is approximately 50 minutes, but please leave time to fully relax after the session, have a drink and receive some aftercare advice.

Cost per session – £40

My Lee on the Solent treatment room is perfectly located for local residents in Fareham, Stubbington, Gosport and Alverstoke.