Through an online holistic counselling session, clients can learn how to be more attuned to their own energetic system, identify blocks and be supported to shift their own blocks and return to a more grounded and aligned state of being. 

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a natural form of healing therapy. It is applied through non-invasive hands-on healing. This form of therapy aims to increase energy levels and promote relaxation and wellbeing.

Reiki teachings are based on a belief in an abundant, universal "life force" spiritual energy, that can support self-healing. The underlying philosophy of Reiki is that if a person’s ‘life force energy’ is low, they are more likely to be unwell or stressed. If it is high, however, they are more capable of being happy and feeling well.

Reiki can bring about healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Energy flows through the practitioner's hands whenever the hands are placed on, or held near a recipient. Reiki treatments may also be applied from a distance.

History of Reiki
The literal translation of Reiki from the Japanese is ‘spiritual energy’. This form of ‘hands-on healing’ has been around for many centuries and is common in many different cultures. Reiki was founded in Japan by Mikao Usui, a Tendai Buddhist monk, at the beginning of the 20th century. An American-born woman called Hawayo Takata brought the system of Reiki to the West in 1938.

Benefits of Reiki
Reiki encourages deep relaxation, enabling the body to release stress and tension. Reiki can:

• Enhance the body's self-healing abilities
• Improve sleep
• Lower blood pressure
• Help reduce pain
• Assist in detoxification
• Support the immune, endocrine and nervous systems
• Increase vitality by rejuvenating the body, mind and spirit
• Support spiritual growth and emotional clearing

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Renee Melges
Registered Clinical Psychologist. BPsych, GDipAppPsych, DipHS(HK), MPsych(Clin) CBT, TFT, PEEFT, Reiki II, AKA, AHPRA

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