Sara Morley

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Somerset Reiki
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Available for new clients

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Chiselborough, Somerset, TA14 6TH
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

About me

Somerset Reiki offers a regular accredited Reiki clinic, based in Chiselbrough, near Crewkerne/ Martock. Reiki treatments are given by Sara Morley in a professional, caring environment - in a modern, warm and spacious dedicated Reiki studio.

Reiki is a complementary therapy suitable for all ages. In the UK it is used in various contexts, including private practice, complementary therapy centres, GP surgeries, cancer support centres and hospices.

Through its holistic approach to stress reduction and relaxation, Reiki stimulates and strengthens the body's capacity to self heal, restoring inner balance and promoting wellbeing.

I specialise in Reiki, it's the only therapy I offer, and I'm experienced with all ages and many conditions. 

Training, qualifications & experience

About Sara:

I'm an independent professional Reiki Master Practitioner, accredited by The UK Reiki Federation.

I have undergone Reiki 1, Reiki 2, Master, Karuna Master and Professional Reiki Practitioner Diploma training, from the Usui and the Holy Fire III programs. Usui refers to Dr. Mikao Usui, the original developer of Reiki in Japan. Holy Fire ('Holy' as in 'holistic', benefiting the whole body) is a very effective new practice approach. I found this broad-based education from traditional and new disciplines delivered the best practical outcomes.

Every year I do continuing professional development, notably with Pamela Miles (Reiki in Medicine, New York) and with Frans Steine (International House of Reiki).

All degrees of my Reiki training were brilliant experiences. In fact, I’m still wary of the term ‘Master’ because I believe that good practitioners are always open to learning more, and always students. I favour a practical approach to Reiki and tend to steer clear of New Age descriptions and additions.

I positively enjoy practicing Reiki and my motivation is to help my clients improve or maintain their health. Reiki is the only therapy I offer, I specialise in Reiki and have considerable experience with many conditions. 

Member organisations

The UK Reiki Federation
The UK Reiki Federation

The UK Reiki Federation is a professional association with the objective of forming a national umbrella organisation for education, training and guidance in the practice of reiki.

Currently the Reiki Federation requires their members to have signed their code of ethics, hold practitioner insurance and hold certificates appropriate to their membership type.

Therapies offered

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£40.00 per session

Additional information

Reiki Treatment Options:

  • 1 treatment : £40
  • Course of 4 treatments : £125

Reiki treatments are 50 minutes, plus around 15 minutes for brief pre- and post- treatment consultation.

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Regular Reiki clinic. I am booked up around 2-3 weeks in advance. 

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition, please consult your GP for advice before starting any new therapies.

Somerset Reiki, North Street, Chiselborough, Somerset, TA14 6TH

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people
Older adults

Key details

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Sara Morley
Sara Morley