Reiki is translated from Japanese as Universal (Rei) Energy (Ki) – it is considered to be a gentle non-intrusive form of therapy and is thought to be suitable for many.
Reiki is a gentle, non-intrusive form of therapy that uses REI (the formless energy where life itself is born) and KI (the force that provides the energy for living organisms to exist to thrive). Your reiki practitioner is trained to channel your body's energy to encourage it to heal from it own traumas and stresses.
The energy is transferred within the aura around the client (2-4 inches from the body) and can be done with or without direct touch to the client. In some cases your practitioner may advise a hands-on approach. The treatment is known to cause sensations in which the energy fields are cleansed and unblocked. There are no known secondary effectsto this treatment.
Gus Ibarra and Jasmin Mulvey practice different types of Reiki. Please express your interest to reception and Gus and Jasmin would be happy to give you a call to discuss.
Clients may come for a reiki treatment for many reasons – physical, mental, emotional and sometimes spiritual. But Shoden – hands-on treatments are particularly focused towards supporting physical well-being through treating areas of the body where toxins may have built up.
During a session a client lays down in comfortable clothing on the treatment couch; a sheet or blanket can be provided for optimal comfort and relaxation. When treating the head area, a client’s eyes are gently covered with a clean lightweight natural cloth, this is thought both to promote deeper relaxation and to be optimal for hygiene too.
Jasmin Mulvey has been a Jikiden Reiki, Shoden level practitioner since 2012, practising ‘hands-on’ Reiki.
Jasmin was naturally drawn to ‘hands-on healing’ treatments from an early age and has studied several complementary therapies. However, she took a while to decide which form of Reiki she wanted to learn, with so many wonderful offerings out there.
Around eleven years ago, she was fortunate enough to be introduced to Jikiden Reiki which felt like the ideal Reiki treatment method for her pathway. She is very grateful for the Reiki techniques she has learned and finds them to be a beneficial part of daily life.
Jasmin took a sabbatical from aspects of her therapeutic work in recent years to focus on being a carer for her family, but she is gradually now returning to practice. She very much looks forward to welcoming clients for Jikiden Reiki treatment sessions on Fridays at Southcote from 7th July 2023.