I had my first Reiki training and attunement in 1993 and fell in love with this wonderful energy healing modality. Since then I have offered Reiki treatments, in person and at a distance, as well as taught men, women, and youth how to perform self-treatments, treat their family and friends, and their animal companions.
Through direct personal experience I have found that Reiki enhances one's meditative and spiritual practice and helps open the pathway to reclaiming our innate ability to heal and bring our life more fully into balance. Its beauty, simplicity, and gentle efficacy is easy to learn and is compatible with other healing practices.
I believe in and encourage a thoughtful blending of complementary holistic practices with a doctor's conventional medical treatments, as may be appropriate. Rather than an either/or approach, I seek to incorporate energy healing modalities such as Reiki, with Western conventional medicine in order to address the whole person: body, emotions, mind, relationships, and spirit. Clients who are referred to me by their physician receive support that can promote responding more satisfactorily to conventional healthcare treatment. Sessions become a part of the client's overall individual treatment plan with me providing feedback to physicians as part of their treatment team.
I am also a cultural practitioner of traditional Mexican Indigenous Healing. In order to avoid conflating Reiki with that tradition, and with respect for the unique etiquette and protocols of Indigenous customs, I maintain a separate website for Curanderismo, the Healing Art of Mexico. I travel and teach extensively and live half of the year in the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains and near sacred Mt. Kuuchumaa in Southern California the other half. I am married to Qigong Grandmaster and traditional healer, Ken Cohen. Our blended family includes three wonderful daughters and five grandsons.
My Reiki circle is open to all. If you have any questions, please email me.
Disclaimer: Grace Sesma is not a physician, therapist, nurse or psychiatrist. You should continue taking any medication that has been prescribed to you by your doctor. These services are not meant to replace medical or psychological, diagnosis and treatment. It is recommended that you see a licensed physician or licensed health care professional for any physical or psychological ailment you may have.