Reiki is a Japanese healing practice that uses touch to reduce stress and to activate the body’s healing processes. It is easily learned and easily administered for self-treatment and sharing with others.
“The Level I and II training was amazing, life changing, energizing. You are a great teacher. So kind, patient, and knowledgeable. I feel like there’s so much to learn from you.“ A Lane, Port Townsend, WA
This is a 3-Day Class offering 21 hours of instruction.
Next scheduled class: Saturdays, March 3 & 10. Date of the 3rd session is determined by consensus of the class and is typically several weeks after Session 2.
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. all sessions.
Location: Lynnwood, WA
Fee: $395 includes text, Reiki, A Guide for the Practice of Levels I and II
Deposit: $175. Balance is due prior to the start of class.
Why I teach Levels 1 and 2 together.
21 CEU credits available for registered nurses, massage therapists, and reflexologists in the State of Washington.
What is the take-away from this class?
In simplest terms, for the rest of your life you will have at your disposal an easily-employed means of supporting your own good health and well-being and that of others. At its deepest level, Reiki is a vehicle for transformation on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Reiki is simple—and simply profound.
- a copy of Reiki: A Guide for the Practice of Levels I and II 184-page, full-color, illustrated manual which includes photographs of all hand positions for treating oneself and others.
- a basic history of Reiki
- Level 1 & 2 attunements, which confer the ability to channel Reiki energy for healing and also confer healing on the student
- hand positions and protocol for giving a Reiki self-treatment
- hand positions and protocol for giving a Reiki session to others
- ability to use three symbols that increase the power and effectiveness of Reiki
- advanced healing techniques
- ability and protocol for distant Reiki healing
- a certificate stating successful completion of Levels I and II training
- ongoing mentoring after the class
Instruction is tailored to allow ample time for practice of the techniques taught, questions, and discussion. Holding a third session a few weeks after the second session allows students time for hands-on practice outside of class, helps to integrate the lessons learned, gain clarity on topics they may not have understood fully, ask questions, share experiences, and practice. Why I teach Levels I and II together.
Students who complete Levels I and II are eligible to take part in a monthly Reiki Circle, which provides mentoring, additional practice, and an opportunity to receive Reiki. There is no charge for this service.
I am a member of The International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP), and I adhere to its Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.