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What Happens During a Virtual Reiki Session?

During a virtual Reiki session, a Reiki practitioner uses energy healing techniques to promote relaxation, balance, and well-being for the recipient, who is not physically present with the practitioner.

Here's what typically happens during a virtual Reiki session:

  1. Setting up the session: Your session is scheduled at the time of booking and a Zoom link is automatically emailed to you.

  2. Beginning the session: Find a comfortable, quiet place where you can relax and receive the energy healing remotely. We have a quick briefing on areas of concern, what brought you to Reiki and I will answer any questions you may have. I often begin with a brief meditation or visualization exercise to help you get into a relaxed state.

  3. Sending energy: I use various techniques to channel healing energy to you. You may feel warmth, tingling, or other sensations as the energy flows through their body. Sometimes I may also use visualization, affirmations, or other techniques to help you through the session.

  4. Closing the session: Once the session is complete, I slowly 'wake you up', bringing your attention back into your room, and then we share any insights or experiences we had during the session. I may also offer guidance on self-care or other practices that you can use to continue promoting your overall well-being.

Virtual Reiki sessions can be just as effective as in-person sessions, and many people find them convenient and accessible. I offer daytime appointments, as well as evening sessions.

To learn more and to book your session, please continue to my WEBSITE.


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