All things are infused with energy. Science confirms this. In the simplest of examples, think body heat, or the way you feel in the presence of certain places and people. With holistic modalities of healing, we're taught how to focus this energy for better balance, efficiency, and overall health from the inside out. Master level reiki practitioners have learned to focus this energy to assist and share with others the ability to heal ourselves. Does this mean we don't visit the doctor when something's wrong. Not at all. Reiki is a complimentary treatment that anyone can benefit from. You just need to be willing and receptive.
Ajani & Reiki
A trained, master level reiki practitioner, I've been performing energy work for over 20 years. Though I am privileged with the opportunity and gifts to assist others, I always stress to clients that I am NOT a healer. Like all of us, I'm only a conduit, passing on what's needed to help you with your healing, wherever it's needed.
What to Expect
Contentment, relaxation, decreased feelings of stress, fear and anxiety. A reduction or elimination of physical illnesses and persistent conditions are common observations from clients after a Reiki session. Clients have also reported detox-like symptoms. Couples can experience a better understanding of each other as individuals, contributing to the contentment and success of the unit. Indeed there are countless case studies and anecdotal research verifying the positive effects of Reiki sessions.
Where are sessions held?
Sessions can be performed from a distance (Zoom Sessions), or in person at The Studio. Though video should be turned at the start of a session, it can be kept on or off for the bulk of the session.
Is there touch involved?
Generally speaking, there is no physical contact during in person sessions. Hands are placed and moved just above the physical body. If desired or requested, hands may be laid static on the ankles or shoulders for deeper connection.
Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
I recommend water and a towel, and of course, an open mind.