Have questions about my coaching? Here are a few of the most common ones I get asked and the answers.
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Reiki, pronounces “ray key”, is a Japanese form of therapy for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes well-being. Developed in the late 19th century, Reiki is applied through non-invasive, non-manipulative gentle touch.
The underlying philosophy of Reiki is that if a person’s energy is low, they are more likely to be unwell or stressed. If it is high, however, they are more capable of being happy and feeling well.
The Usui system of reiki was developed in Japan by Mikao Usui, a Buddhist monk, at the beginning of the 20th century. It was introduced to the West in 1938 by a Japanese-American woman, Hawayo Takata. The majority of Reiki treatments provided worldwide by Reiki practitioners is the Usui System of Reiki
In a standard treatment, Reiki energy flow from the practitioner’s hands into the client. The client is usually laying on a massage table but treatments can also be given while the client is seated or even standing. The client remains fully clothed. The practitioner places their hands on or near the client’s body in a series of hand positions. The whole treatment usually lasts between 45 and 90 minutes.
This varies from person to person as it depends on what you would like to work on in your life. Is it one thing or a number of things you would like to change? For most people three sessions is a good place to start. If you are unsure what to do and you would like to discuss this with me, please book a free 15-minute call.
Coaches can help when you are feeling stuck and you are not sure what to do next. You might want to change something or improve in an area. Maybe you are feeling overwhelmed or thinking there must be more to life than this. I can assist you with concerns in various areas of your life including relationships, career, health and wellbeing, time management, stress and anxiety, happiness, life purpose, clarity, performance, self-doubt or a combination of those listed.
Meditation is a practice where an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.
No, I will explain the process at the beginning of each practice and guide you through the experience so you can quickly gain the benefits of practicing meditation.