Frequently Asked Questions
Reiki & Pregnancy
Reiki can only do good. Many pregnant women have received treatments with great benefit to them and their unborn child. Reiki provides emotional as well as physical support to the pregnant woman. Reiki creates a balanced, loving and harmonious relationship between the mother and the child. Reiki practiced in the early days of the pregnancy can help reduce exhaustion and nausea in the pregnant woman. It has also been used during childbirth.
Virtual Reiki vs. Distance Reiki
Reiki & Children
The calming practice of Reiki can benefit children by promoting relaxation and confidence. Learning about the benefits of Reiki at a young age promotes a healthy way of living throughout their lives, helping children make better choices and create balance.
The Reiki session is offered both in person and virtually. I allow the child to guide the session based on their age and comfort level. The session can be both hands on, or hands off, depending on the child's comfort and needs. This can be done through colouring together, playing with crystals, exploring essential oil scents together and or through the traditional method of laying down. One parent is welcome in the healing room to ensure optimal comfort for both child and parent. As the child becomes more comfortable and the energy begins to flow more, changes can be made to how the child receives Reiki.
Reiki is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment. Reliance on any information appearing on this website or shared in a discussion is solely at your own risk. It is up to you to decide if you would like to address your well being using Reiki, and it should be used in addition to, and not a replacement of, any standardized medical or mental health care you may wish to pursue.
Meditation is a complimentary practice, not a substitute for professional or medical treatment. If you are suffering from a psychological or medical condition, please seek help from a qualified health professional.
Personal information will never be discussed or shared without consent from the client. If there are concerns for risk of harm towards the client or another individual, appropriate authorities will be notified.