Frances Turner Homeopath

Reiki - Universal life force or life energy

Reiki is a Japanese form of ‘hands-on healing’. The founder of Reiki as natural healing is Dr Mikao Usui who started teaching this in the late 1800’s.

I have been practising Reiki since 1996 (became a master in 1998). I also completed a two year healing course at the College of Psychic Studies, South Kensington, shortly after this.

What happens during a treatment?

ReikaReceiving a Reiki treatment is a very simple process. You will be asked to lie on a couch and simply relax. If you cannot lie down the treatment can be given in a sitting position. The main thing is that you are as comfortable as possible. There is no need to remove any clothing as Reiki will pass through anything. I will then place my hands non-intrusively in a sequence of positions which cover the main organs of the body. The whole person is treated rather than specific symptoms.There is no massage or manipulation and a full treatment lasts approximately an hour.

Different sensations may be felt by you –often heat and/or cold. Some people experience emotional feelings; sometimes they laugh; sometimes they cry. You should usually feel very relaxed and balanced by the end of the session.

Patients’ comments

Sally (migraines) “My migraine lifted and I felt completely relaxed”

Meg (chronic fatigue) “Regular treatments have given me extra energy and my aching shoulder has stopped bothering me”


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