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Genuine Healing

Chorlton-cum-hardy, Greater Manchester
Phone: 07514 778 607
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What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced Ray-key) is a Japanese word meaning Universal Life Energy and is considered an ancient art of healing by touch. Reiki is a way of channeling this energy to address not only physical disorders, but also to open the mind to the causes of disease and pain.

During the Reiki session, I will place my hands either by directly placing them on the body, or by hovering them above the body. The main purpose is to channel on the energy to the seven major energy centres, commonly referred to as ‘chakras’ or ‘wheels of energy’.

These wheels of energy are centres of force, located within our etheric body through which we receive, transmit and process life energies. Each chakra has a corresponding relationship to one of the various glands of the body’s endocrine system, as well as to one of the seven colours of the rainbow spectrum.

You may feel the energy as a warm to very hot sensation, depending on how much energy is being channelled into your system. A very hot sensation indicates you are taking in large amounts of energy, which in turn tells you that the area is out of balance or is experiencing a block. Warm sensations mean your energy system is taking in smaller amounts of energy and is more balanced than the hot areas.

Depending on your lifestyle, Reiki may be able to rebalance your system so that after just a few sessions you can maintain your own energy levels in a balanced way. Reiki will always reduce your energy blocks, facilitating a smoother flow of energy. Regular Reiki will help your body cope, it will boost your immune system making you less tired and susceptible to illness.

You will experience Reiki healing as soothing, calming, and deeply relaxing. You will sleep better as a result, have less aches and pains, feel generally less anxious, more centred and in control of your thoughts and emotions.

Opening Times

Opening Times: Wednesday: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: Two minute walk from Chorlton Library bus stop and ten minute walk from St Werburgh’s Road tram station


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