10 reasons to try: Reiki

10 reasons to try: ReikiFind out how Reiki treatment could benefit your well-being. Reiki (pronounced rey-ki) is an energy healing technique that transfers universal life energy through practitioner's hands to heal and relax both body and mind. Some people chose to go to Reiki to help with a specific ailment, while others choose to undertake regular sessions to restore balance and keep stress at bay. To find out why you should consider Reiki as a complementary therapy - take a look at our 10 reasons to try Reiki: 1. Reduces stress - Encouraging relaxation and serenity, Reiki triggers the body's natural healing abilities and aids sleep. 2. Encourages spiritual growth - Reiki offers you the time and space to develop yourself in a spiritual environment. 3. Balances emotions - Regular Reiki treatments can bring about a calmer and more peaceful state of being. 4. Offers relief during emotional distress - Helping mental traumas as well as physical ones, Reiki cleanses the emotions to offer greater perspective. 5. Can help ease pain - Many people say the treatment helps to reduce pain from a variety of conditions, including migraine, arthritis and sciatica. 6. Speeds up the healing process - Reiki is thought to help those recovering from long-term illness or surgery, helping to aid other medicinal treatments. 7. Can work as a preventative - Even if you have no immediate health concerns, attending Reiki sessions can help to keep you balanced and potentially prevent future illness. 8. Doesn't interfere with other treatments - Reiki will not interfere with other medical treatments, making it safe to use alongside other healing methods. 9. Removes energy blocks - Helping energy to flow freely within the body, Reiki promotes wellness and alertness. 10. Gives you time to yourself - With hectic schedules and fast-paced living, finding time to spend on yourself can be hard; attending Reiki sessions allows you to focus on your own well-being for the duration of your treatment. To find out more about Reiki and to find a practitioner in your area, please visit our Reiki fact-sheet. View and comment on the original Manitou Wellness article.
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Written by Katherine

Kat is a Content Producer for Memiah and writer for Therapy Directory and Happiful magazine.

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