Working in high pressure jobs has led me to searching for various mind body modalities that would help me cope. This search has led me to Reiki, Yoga and meditation. These three modalities have had a huge impact on my life, not only physically but also mentally and spiritually. However, the affect of Reiki has been the most profound out of the three. Reiki practice has led to me to find some stillness and well-being, a must for today's fast paced world.
I have studied both western and eastern Reiki styles. Komyo Reiki is the style I practice and also teach. Hyakuten Inamoto, Komyo ReikiDo (formerly Komyo Reiki Kai) Japan, has inspired me to teach his system to all who are interested, regardless of lineage. I love the simplicity and the profound teachings of Komyo ReikiDo that not only deals with the physical but also the spiritual that underpins our health and well-being. A Reiki system that was founded and bred in Japan, a complete system for mind and body, easy to learn with no other additions that some western Reiki systems incorporate. I believe in this system of Reiki, so much so that I became a volunteer for Komyo ReikiDo Australia and also one of the organisers of Hyakuten Inamoto's seminars in Australia.
I would not be able to express enough how Reiki Ryoho (Reiki healing art) has enhanced my life. My practice has deepened my sense of calmness and sense of connection. It has become a lifestyle of continual spiritual practice. I would love to spread the benefits of Reiki to all, through Reiki treatments and also Komyo ReikiDo training, whether you are a beginner or a Reiki channel from another lineage. Call me, book in and experience deep relaxation and a fabulous sense of well-being or book in for a Komyo Reiki course in Melbourne.