FAQ’S

What Is Reiki?

Simply put, Reiki is an energy healing method that is usually done by placing the hands in a series of positions over or slightly above the body. You may or may not be aware of anything in particular from the energy, however after your session you will feel a difference – at the very least you will feel quite relaxed.

How Long Does A Reiki Treatment Take?

The length of a Reiki treatment can vary significantly – from 45 minutes up to 2 hours depending on the treatment option chosen. Reiki can also be applied in very short time frames of 5 or 10 minutes in “emergency” situations.

How Much Does A Reiki Treatment Cost?

The cost of a Reiki treatment varies depending upon the option chosen – from $50 up to $150.

What Is The Difference Between A Full Reiki Treatment And A pick Me Up Reiki Session?

Apart from the time taken and possibly where the session is conducted (ie. chair or massage table) – not much. 🙂  Whether you have a pick me up or a full session, the energy will either relax you or recharge you, depending what you require.  Often in a pick me up session, the Reiki Energy Channel will lay their hands on your body in one or two specific places or even perform an Aura and Chakra tune-up to have you feeling wonderful in a short space of time.

Can I Drive After My Reiki Treatment?

Absolutely, you may feel very relaxed however you will be safe to drive.  Your Reiki Energy Channel will give you a glass of water and plenty of time to feel grounded and alert before you leave.

Does A Reiki Treatment Have To Be Performed With The Practitioner Touching Me?

Absolutely not. If physical touch is an issue for you, let your practitioner/energy channel know and the entire session can be performed with hands in your Aura, not touching your body at all.

Why Is There A Difference In The Reiki Treatments Between Different Practitioners?

Quite simply because everyone is different. We all apply our skills and knowledge in different ways. And the beautiful thing about Reiki is that you can’t do it “wrong”. 🙂