This class is designed for the beginner Reiki student. In addition to being introduced to the history of the Usui Shiki Ryōhō lineage of Reiki and its principles and precepts, this class supports the development of your natural intuitive senses. Students are taught the traditional Japanese Reiki hand positions for practice on oneself and others,including pets and plants and are initiated to the First level of Reiki energy, known as Shoden, which translates as “Elementary/Entry Teachings.”
This class places attention on the personal application of Reiki, such as self-practice and self-care, and gives you tools for working with others effectively.
Students who have completed Reiki I training will be attuned to the Reiki II symbols, and to the ways in which one offers Reiki to others. All information and techniques are covered in this 1.5 day training, with ample practice time set aside. Reiki II level is also known as “Okuden” or Inner level. This is a time in which we go deeper in our practice as Reiki practitioners.
Information and techniques covered include:
- Advanced Reiki Hand positions
- Giving a complete Reiki treatment, with symbols
- Using Reiki for specific conditions
- The Reiki II symbols and how to use them
- Using Reiki to heal unwanted habits
- Distant Healing
- Developing a Reiki Business
In level III, known as Shinpiden, is known as the “Mystery Teachings,” students engage in an intensive training program that offers a thorough review of the First and Second degree teachings and teaches the the final “Master” symbols. In addition to learning the application of the final “Master” symbols, this course places emphasis on the mastership of Reiki Natural Healing as a healing modality, both theoretically and historically. Drawing on each student’s practice and personal experiences, this course moves to understand Reiki not just as a healing practice, but also as a lifestyle of living in “balance.”
Student’s will be encouraged to share their understandings in such ways. Students will also receive tools for facilitating workshops and classes in the community, and receive on-going small business consultation to help them fine-tune their management and marketing skills throughout their career. During this level, students will create a workshop and use other students to practice.
33 hour training
This training is available for students who have completed their Master Degree and wish to become Reiki Teachers and teach Reiki to others. In this training program, students shadow a Ma Teacher in the field, and are supported individually, from start to finish, in teaching the First, Second, and Master degrees of Reiki. In this class, students receive the final “teaching” Reiki symbol and learn to initiate others.
This program is done individually. Discussions will include using Reiki in clinical and non clinical settings such as mental health, Hospice, hospitals and daycares. The basic training is 25 hours spread out to include shadowing teachers and practicing giving a level I, II and III class.