~A present-day Energy healing modality

       with ancient-reaching roots~

What is Reiki

Reiki (pronounced, "ray-kee") is a gentle, yet powerful energy healing technique, developed in Japan. While there are many translations of these Japanese words, rei means "universal" or "spiritual" and ki means "Life Force Energy."  Therefore, Reiki is Universal Life Force Energy.

How Reiki Works

Our body uses energy to run efficiently and heal,

but sometimes our energy flow becomes imbalanced. 

Reiki provides us with an opportunity to connect with the source of Universal Life Force energy; thus, replenishing and redistributing our own energy supply. 

We are energy. Energy surrounds and moves through our bodies, filling every cell and facilitating overall bodily functioning. Stress, injury, grief, illness, daily living, and other factors can sometimes alter our energetic flow.  Reiki, which is channeled through the Reiki practitioner and into the recipient, works to help restore, replenish, and reopen energetic pathways.  This allows the body's own energy to circulate properly again, which can lead to healing.  

About the Practice of Reiki 

While we all have the ability to learn and utilize Reiki, those who have been attuned to Reiki serve as conduits, able to readily and reliably access and channel Universal Life Force energy.  In this way, attuned & trained practitioners can assist any living being in tuning into and receiving Reiki, so natural healing may take place on all levels.  The body strives for energetic balance. Reiki can help facilitate the process of achieving energetic health and harmony.  Reiki knows where to go and what to do and can be useful in a variety of situations.

Animal Reiki/Pet Reiki

Animal Reiki/Pet Reiki is similar to Reiki for people in that the practitioner accesses and shares Reiki.  Also, the benefits are believed to be the same.  However, there are some differences in how the Reiki is delivered to the animal/pet in a Reiki treatment.   

 Some Humane Societies and shelters welcome Reiki as a benefit to the animals.

Due to its soothing and peace-invoking effects, Reiki is thought to be a way to help our pets with such things as illness, behaviors of concern/focus, and easing the final transition.  

 

Why Reiki is a Good Choice

There are no known risks to receiving a Reiki treatment and Reiki is now being used in some hospitals to supplement other healing methods.  Reiki is not associated with any particular religion. Though Reiki is not a replacement for medical advice or treatment, studies indicate Reiki may complement other healing approaches, while offering numerous benefits of its own.   

Reiki can be energizing, relaxing, balancing, and revitalizing.  

Benefits of Reiki 

Some benefits that may be experienced from Reiki include, but are not limited to:

~reduction of stress and anxiety

~relief from pain

~increased energy

~a fostering of focus, clarity, and creativity

~enhanced intuition

~promotion of deep relaxation and better sleep

~support during the final transition

~assisting the body's natural healing capability/immunity 

~improved sense of peace and well-being 

Japanese Kanji for Reiki

~Uniting and aligning your body, mind, and spirit while connecting you to the power to heal yourself~

Contact:

Tiffany Rossi

Richmond, VT 
Tel: (802)-366-0464
​kireinareiki@gmail.com

Available Services:

  •  Distant/Remote Sessions 

  • In-Person Reiki Sessions at Kirei na Reiki* 

  • Human and Pet/Animal Reiki

  • Usui Reiki Levels 1 & 2 certificate courses, with attunements

*All In-Person Reiki  sessions are dependent upon current public health and safety matters.  

Reiki is often something one must experience, to fully appreciate.

**COVID-19 Statement:  Vermont's Work Safe Guidelines, in the Be Smart, Stay Safe Order, are being followed.**

For details: https://accd.vermont.gov/news/update-new-work-safe-additions-be-smart-stay-safe-order

For research on Reiki's effectiveness in health care, please enjoy the following articles:
"A Large-Scale Effectiveness Trial of Reiki for Physical and Psychological Health" by Natalie L. Dyer, PhD, Ann L. Baldwin, PhD, and William L. Rand
 
"Reiki Is Better Than Placebo and Has Broad Potential as a Complementary Health Therapy" by David E. McManus, PhD
 "A Systematic Review of the Use of Reiki in Health Care" by Sandy Herron-Marx, Ph.D., Femke Price-Knol, B.N.(Hons), Barbara Burden, M.Sc., and Carolyn Hicks, Ph.D.
 

© 2019 Tiffany Rossi, Kirei na Reiki, LLC