These are anxious, stressful times, and many of us are feeling anxious and stressed. Even if you have a health concern such as insomnia, headache, constipation, fatigue, weight gain or back pain, or face a serious challenge such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, or epilepsy, you need not suffer.
Reiki healing promotes overall balance to help you feel better and function better. This non-invasive practice is safe, and supports any medical treatment or drugs prescribed by your doctor.
Can you benefit from Reiki? I’ve been practicing Reiki since 1986, and my experience tells me, Yes, you can. Because Reiki practice is balancing, it can help in a wide range of situations. Wouldn’t you like more balance in your life?
You can learn to practice Reiki self-treatment, or you can schedule a Reiki healing session. Whichever you choose, Reiki can help you reach your goals. It may not be all that you need, but when you’re feeling better and your thinking is clearer, it’s easier to make other good choices for yourself.
Pamela has been pioneering Reiki in medicine for 20 years. Read more.
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Reiki treatment can take you from barely coping to living your life with vibrance and gratitude. I can also help you create a well-being program that works for you in your life, with steps that you'll actually take. Learn more about Reiki Treatment
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I teach Reiki classes in New York City each month. In the First degree class, you will learn how to practice Reiki on yourself and share treatment informally with family, friends, and pets. Learn more about Reiki Training
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I honestly didn’t know what to expect from your First degree class, but what I got from it is invaluable. You are beyond poetic. The words that come from your mouth are well thought out, meaningful, and penetrated my soul. These past three days have meant more to me than you can imagine so thank you, thank you so much. —
Whether you’ve just taken First degree Reiki training or you’re a seasoned professional, you likely have questions and want credible information about Reiki.
I’m a Reiki master practicing since 1986, and the author of REIKI: A Comprehensive Guide. For nearly two decades, I have pioneered the integration of Reiki practice into conventional health care, presenting and teaching at medical schools (including Harvard and Yale), mounting hospital Reiki programs, publishing in peer-reviewed medical journals, and collaborating in research.
My Reiki Continuing Education classes will help you:
Choose either in-person classes or webinars that you access online on your own schedule.
The Usui Virtual Retreat is available for you to start right now, and proceed at your own pace. Or spend some time reading ReikiCentral Blog.
Do you work in health care? Visit the section for health care providers.
Pamela provides precise, clear, and highly effective communication strategies that you can immediately implement in your clinical practice and in your conversations with family and friends about the benefits of Reiki. —
What role can optimism play in healing? As we address the facts of our lives and the world around us, mindset is everything.
Thinking of adding to your Reiki healing sessions? Here are a couple of points to consider.
Reiki master-in-training Christin Bjergbakke shares her research into the use of Reiki treatment in European health care.
"Reiki has become a sought-after healing art among patients and mainstream medical professionals. Pamela Miles has been instrumental in the integration of Reiki into conventional medicine and has written an intelligent, sensitive guidebook to this remarkable healing practice."
Mehmet Oz, MD, The Dr. Oz Show