Professional Development for Healthcare workers
Interview with Reiki Australia Member, Reiki Master, Dave. Dave Cochrane is an 83-year-old Reiki Master with a difference! He is an inspiration to his students and his community. Dave has touched many lives during the journey of his lifetime thus far. Dave lives in Adelaide and was once a removalist with a very busy business. […]
What is Distant Reiki Healing? So, you’re thinking of adding Distant Reiki Healing to your health plan but you’re not quite sure what to do or, expect! Reiki meaning Let’s start with Reiki healing itself, what is it? Reiki is a natural healing technique which promotes relaxation and accelerates the body’s natural ability to heal […]
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a safe, non-invasive, Japanese healing technique for stress reduction and relaxation. It promotes healing!
What to wear during Reiki?
The Benefits of Supporting Children Through Reiki are more than I would have imagined! I would never have imagined the impact my Reiki First Degree class was going to have on me, let alone my family. They were all intrigued with what I was doing at the Nun’s retreat and when I got home I […]
By Body, Mind & Ki The 5 Principles of Reiki, life’s gentle reminders. The 5 Principles of Reiki are principles to live by. They remind you to live a peaceful, mindful life. You can keep them nearby as a gentle reminder, repeat them to yourself when times feel tough or read them when you lose […]
Dear Reiki Australia, Thank You I have spoken to many of you, and been a recipient during healing hour, so I guess its time to lift the veil and introduce myself. My name is Grace, Reiki Australia social media manager, and I want to take a moment to express my gratitude because this community has […]
Health practitioners are very aware that when we consistently neglect our emotional and spiritual needs, we deplete our ability to cope with the day-to-day demands of life. This leads to stress, which if allowed to continue, leads to lowered resistance to coughs and colds etc, and eventually to increased risk of more serious physical problems. […]