Reiki Precepts Retreat in Denver August 15/16

Exploring the Reiki Precepts

Are you as happy as you want to be? Do you struggle to feel the support of your Reiki practice in your daily life?

Mikao Usui, founder of the Reiki lineage, offered his students “the secret of inviting happiness through many blessings, the spiritual medicine for all illness.”

You might be familiar with the Reiki Precepts, but can you unlock their power to protect and guide you moment by moment, in the middle of your day, or the middle of a crisis?

Too often overlooked today, the Precepts are the bridge between how you actually experience life and how you want to experience it.

Happiness is essential to health. You could be much happier.

Join me to discover the hidden spiritual meanings of the Precepts and find out how they can bring you steadiness and joy every day.

Here’s what past participants have described their experience of this one-day retreat:

The retreat deepened my understanding of the precepts; I had just been touching the surface.

This exploration created a significant deepening in my practice, so much so that friends noticed a difference when we shared treatment.

Peaceful, nourishing, and stimulating, the kind of Reiki community I long for.

I feel empowered to continue contemplating the precepts in daily life.

You created a safe, nurturing environment for exploration.

Just amazingly wonderful and inspiring!

INVITING HAPPINESS will refresh and deepen your practice. Whether you practice at home or you are a professional, you will feel renewed by the experience.


INVITING HAPPINESS in Denver, Colorado
Saturday, August 15, 10 AM – 5:30 PM
Sunday, August 16, 10 AM – 4:00 PM
LoDo (Lower Downtown) near Coors Field (exact location sent when you register)
Pre-registration required.
Limited space, so register now and get the reduced early bird fee $175 ($225 after August 2).
Cancellations minus $25 until August 2; none thereafter.


Email me if you would like to host it in your area.


Today only,

Do not anger,

Do not worry.

With thankfulness

Work diligently.

Be kind to others.

Translated by Reiki master Hyakuten Inamoto