What is Reiki?
Reiki (pronounced Ray-Key) is the learned skill of channelling energy through the hands. It was founded by a man called Dr. Mikao Usui in the 1900s in Japan.
Rei is defined as “universal life force” and Ki is defined as “energy.” It is used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world to restore balance in mind, body and spirit. It is simple, natural and effective and works alone or will compliment any other form of treatment, therapy or medicine.
Reiki is a non- invasive therapy using the energy flow from the practitioner’s hands when placed on or near to the recipient.
Have a Reiki treatment to discover a way to revitalise and heal your body. Enjoy the benefits of a relaxing and soothing treatment to calm a busy mind, clear away anxiety, stress and other negative emotions.
Anyone can benefit from a course of Reiki, no matter what your age or state of health is, and beneficial changes can take place over a fairly short space of time. Reiki channels energy with the aim of bringing balance to the body, to support the body’s natural ability to heal itself to deal with emotional problems as well as physical disorders.
It can offer:
Combining Reiki and Drumming creates the Reiki drum technique. A method of using the drum to introduce reiki into a person’s energy field to bring about deep relaxation, releasing deep seated tensions and achieving inner peace.
A Buffalo drum provides a tool for projecting Reiki energy, as the energy is amplified and carried by sound waves. For healing sessions, these sound waves can be directed at a recipient.
Reiki Drumming is a healing technique where energy is created by the drummer and carried by the sound waves of the drum.
Reiki Drumming affects the body physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually helping to bring it into harmony while raising the vibratory rate to levels which may allow the body to accelerate its healing abilities.
Drumming helps people express and address emotional issues, aiding in the removal of blockages and producing emotional release.
Research indicates that even a brief period of drumming can double alpha brainwaves, the brainwaves associated with wellbeing and euphoria.