reiki

overview

Reiki (pronounced RAY-key) is Japanese for universal life-force energy. Developed in the early 1900s and brought to the United States in the 1930s, Reiki is a simple yet powerful Eastern medicine healing technique. You’ll find Reiki in many health care settings, such as hospitals, hospice, mental health clinics, nursing homes and home health care. It’s used to improve health and well-being, as well as treat a host of physical and emotional conditions. Reiki can also be used as a preventive health care measure or alongside traditional care.

Some of the physical and emotional benefits of Reiki include promoting relaxation, relief from physical and emotional pain, a calmer mind and body, the release of stress and tension, and a rebalance of energy.

what to expect

A traditional Reiki treatment is offered in a quiet setting while you are sitting or lying down, fully clothed. A trained practitioner uses a gentle touch on or just above the body to help guide the flow of energy. This energy flow, or connection, enhances the body’s ability to heal itself. The practitioner’s hands are never intrusive, and there’s never any physical pressure. A full treatment session may take up to 60 minutes.

At Aurora Health Care, we offer Reiki to patients, visitors and the public in clinics where massage therapy is provided. Many of Aurora's massage therapists are trained and experienced in providing Reiki as well. Give someone the gift of a Reiki session at affordable fees:

30 minutes: $37

45 minutes: $53

60 minutes: $69

For more information, or to find out where you can schedule Reiki, call 414-219-5900 or email IntegrativeMedicine@aurora.org.


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