Have Qi, Will Travel Reiki
Reiki Healing and Training for Greater Cincinnati
Ralph Dehner has been a Reiki practitioner since 1997 and is a master teacher of the Usui Shiki Ryoho, Traditional and Modern Methods, as well as Vajarana, Karuna, and Tibetan Systems of Reiki.
Schedule a one-hour healing session with Ralph or a member of his certified staff of Reiki practitioners.
Register for a workshop to learn to be a Reiki practitioner yourself.
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What is Reiki?
Reiki is an energy healing technique that originates in Japan. In Japanese "rei" means universal or divine source, and "ki" means life force or energy, similar to "qi" in traditional Chinese medicine. In the practice of Reiki, this universal life energy flows through the practitioner directly to the client, often through physical touch. Reiki promotes body harmony by balancing an individual's different energies on emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels.
How does Reiki work?
Across cultures human touch has always been used to comfort, soothe, and relieve pain. It is an instinct we all have. If we stub a toe or bang an elbow, the first thing we usually do is put a hand on the injury. If we see someone in emotional pain, we instinctively reach out to touch that person. There is no doubt that something about human touch is both healing and calming.
A Reiki practitioner uses touch to offer clients energy that
Supports the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Loosens blocked energy patterns and allows them to release.
Releases harmful emotions.
Cleanses the body of toxins and poisons.
Adjusts itself according to the needs of the client
A Reiki practitioner has undergone an attunement process in which a Reiki master teacher opens up the energy system of the prospective healer so they can become a conduit for this healing energy at a greater intensity than the untrained person. A Reiki attunement can only be passed on by a trained master and cannot be achieved by self-study. The student receives certification from the master to provide evidence of his/her training.