Reiki dates back many years and is based upon a teaching thought to heal the body and illuminate the mind. It was rediscovered in the late 1800’s by Dr Mikao Usui and has been promoted as a therapy to calm the mind, body and soul so that healing may take place naturally. Although Reiki holds no particular faith or religion it is said to have its origins in the Buddhist practices of the Far East. The ethos of Reiki is to show the student a way to personal enlightenment and bring balance and understanding into their life.
First degree class content Reiki First degree is all about you and your healing journey. It presents you with an opportunity to find an inner peace and discover your own innate healing abilities. After completing Reiki at first degree level you are able to work on friends and family. This workshop will introduce you to:
The traditional history of Reiki
The updated history
How to use Reiki for your own personal development
The Reiki principles/precepts
Professional ethics, record keeping, insurance requirements, hygiene
Course Fee: £120
Second degree class content This follow-on workshop is a single day of training for students who wish to deepen their commitment to using Reiki in their lives and who wish to become Reiki practitioners, enabling them to work on members of the public. Students wishing to progress to second degree must have completed Reiki at first degree level with a time lapse of 3 months between the two courses. You will be required to undertake case studies in order to prove competency at this level. You will learn:
Use of the symbols and their qualities in healing
The consultation process
How to prepare to send and receive absent healing
Japanaese Reiki techniques including the Gassho meditation
Practice management and record keeping
Course Cost: £150
All course materials are included in the cost. Classes take place in a fully equipped room and you are advised to wear loose, comfortable clothing. Both workshops are taught in small groups, with a maximum of four students per group to ensure each student receives dedicated training and space to develop at their own pace. Course venues will be confirmed prior to attendance and are held local to Portsmouth or Havant in Hampshire.
Once you have completed your training, you may join the local 'Sharing Group', where you can develop your skills further among like-minded people.