On your first visit, you will be welcomed into Julie’s waiting room which is peaceful and relaxing. This is an ideal opportunity for you to take some time to relax and unwind while completing a consultation form prior to your treatment. All information taken remains confidential.
After the initial consultation you will move to a tranquil treatment room with a comfortable couch for you to lie and rest on. You always remain fully clothed during Reiki treatments, though you will be asked to remove shoes or large pieces of jewellery.
Reiki treatments usually last for one hour but can easily be adjusted to the client’s needs and condition.
You can choose to receive the treatment in silence or with soft music playing, it will be your choice.
You will be offered a blanket to cover you during the treatment, as your body temperature can drop when you relax.
During your Reiki treatment you will sense a feeling of deep relaxation and calm, which can remain with you for some time. After the treatment Julie will allow ample time for you to wake up before moving off the couch. Time will be available for conversation about your experience, including any questions you may have about Reiki.
Reiki is cumulative, and although you may experience great relief from the very first treatment, it is wise to have at least three or four sessions before evaluating what Reiki can do for you. Reiki encourages a person towards balance, since each person is unique, each person will have a unique path to balance. Sessions tend to get noticeably stronger and deeper as treatment is continued.
Reiki is not just for those in crisis, everyone can benefit if they receive Reiki on a regular basis. However, if your circumstances only allow the minimum, you can still benefit from just two treatments per year. One in the Spring and one in the Autumn as the body adjusts to climatic changes. Not only is the treatment relaxing and enjoyable, it will replenish your ‘Life Force’ and help to Maintain and Enhance your Health and Wellbeing.
Please note: Reiki should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.