Reiki is a beautiful Japanese subtle-energy healing modality used for stress reduction and relaxation that in many cases may also promote healing. It is a hands-on energy healing technique that applies light touch on or above areas of specific pain or discomfort, the body's major body organs, the vital energy centers (chakras), energy meridians and the human energy field (aura).  The practitioner's hands are placed and held on a series of locations on the head and front and back of the torso.  

When a Reiki practitioner places her hands on their client's clothed body, Reiki flows through the practitioner into the client. This transfer may be felt as any type of sensation—heat, cold, vibration, tingling, unusual heaviness, or sometimes as no sensation at all. Reiki infuses the body with a concentrated amount of vital life energy (In other cultures, known as Qi, Mana, and Chu'lel)  thereby assisting in the restoration of energetic balance on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels that may have been diminished due to stress, accidents, or trauma. For example, emotional problems may bring about stress reactions in the body; physical conditions may influence psychological states and affect your relationships. Life threatening illnesses create stress not only on the person who is ill, but also on his or her spouse and children. 


An in-person Reiki treatment lasts between 45 to 60 minutes. Reiki has specifically been documented to relax muscles, still the mind, and ease pain. Hands-on treatment has been proven to accelerate healing and many health professionals are effectively incorporating the use of Reiki into their individual practices. Treatments take place in Grace's home office or at a distance (non-local healing).


Reiki is not a religion and you do not have to believe in any one system of beliefs to give or receive Reiki. This healing modality is practiced and taught by people of all beliefs and faiths. Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, atheists and agnostics can all learn, practice, and receive Reiki. 


Those who learn Reiki find that it can be successfully administered very simply in all kinds of settings: home, clinic, hospital, or any place where people experience stressed muscles, accidents, exhaustion, or personal trauma. In the past several years, several programs have been created for AIDS patients, veterans and victims of war, and hospice care settings, to name a few. Many hospitals now offer post-surgery energy healing as a way to reduce pain and enhance the patient's healing.  Because it is non-invasive and has no side effects, it is safe to use in any situation such as during pregnancy or for premature babies or the elderly. 

Individual Reiki therapy sessions, in-person or distance, are offered on sliding scale: $60 to $125 per session. 


This disclaimer applies to all information on this site, and to all services and classes offered. Although the hands-on energy modality presented on this website are widely viewed as non-invasive and benign interventions into the body's energy system, any procedure that frees energies that have been blocked may cause mild reactions such as nausea, headaches, or temporary pains as the energies begin to move and reset themselves. While such reactions should be noted and common-sense assessments made, they often indicate that the procedures are working and benefits will persist after the discomfort has passed. It is also possible that a condition such as a cold or the flu was incubating, so it might appear that a cause-effect relationship was involved when it was actually a matter of coincidence. No service, course, or product offered by Grace Sesma is intended, in any way to be a substitute or replacement for licensed medical or psychological care. In addition, the information and techniques on this site do not constitute medical advice. You should always remember to seek medical advice from a qualified doctor or practitioner in the case of serious illness. While all suggested information, services and training are offered in good faith, Reiki is part of a holistic treatment plan and not meant to take the place of standard medical or psychological treatment, but to accompany and work along with it. 


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