Reiki is a form of hands-on-healing. This energetic practice originated in Japan over two hundred years ago. After being attuned to the art of Reiki and its accompanying symbols, practitioners become an open channel for the universal life energy. This energy supports the integration of body, mind, and spirit, thus creating greater balance in one’s life.
Reiki is a spiritual, rather than religious, practice. “KI” (also known as chi or qi) means “universal life force,” and “REI” translates to “including all.” There is no dogma one must believe or practice in order to benefit.
What Can Reiki Do For You?
- Reduce Stress
- Foster the body’s natural ability to heal itself
- Help alleviate physical discomfort
- Assist in creating greater emotional balance
- Release blocked energy
- Promote a state of total relaxation
What Can I Expect?
Our reiki sessions are given on a treatment table, with the receiver dressed comfortably.
About The Practitioner
Kellie Springer is a registered nurse, having graduated in 1990. She has been trained in Therapeutic Touch, a practice which compliments her Reiki training. She has spent over a decade in developing her intuitive and empathic abilities, which she utilizes as tools in helping others to grow and heal. Kellie continues her own journey of self-discovery, anticipating new levels of awareness.
Kellie is available for sessions on Sundays, Monday mornings, and Thursday evenings. Please call 484.341.8411 to schedule.