Reiki Professional Tip # 4

Tips for Supporting Your Client

This is the fourth in the Reiki Professional Tips series created by Pamela Miles.

Pamela is an international Reiki master teacher and the foremost advocate for Medical Reiki. She has been a Reiki professional for 30 years and is based in New York City and online in the Reiki Professional Academy.

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7 thoughts on “Reiki Professional Tip #4”

  1. This is really helpful Pamela. I sometimes hesitate to ask for an email address or to offer a call because I don’t want clients to feel that I’m pressuring them in any way. I know that more Reiki is good for me, and is good for my clients. I need to remind myself that follow through establishes trust and helps build rapport as you mentioned. Thank you for these professional tips, they’re very helpful.

    1. Glad it’s helpful, Denise. I get the email and other contact information before I confirm the booking. That’s reasonable.

  2. I always follow up and find that the clients are not always home, I usually get an answering machine. I leave a message, asking them how they felt following the session and I give them my number to call back.

  3. Hi Pamela,
    Thank you so much for sharing your Reiki wisdom.
    I find myself smiing after hearing your latest tip.
    Your generous spirit made my day!

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