Biofield therapies, including the Japanese healing art of Reiki, are non-invasive, holistic healing modalities which honor and work with a person’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual nature. These healing energy therapies have been shown to improve the results of some medical treatments, acting to reduce negative side effects, shorten healing time and reduce or eliminate pain. Furthermore, these therapies have been shown to reduce stress, decrease anxiety, reduce PTSD symptoms, alleviate depression and help create optimism.*
Many medical centers, cancer treatment centers and hospice care organizations now offer Reiki and other bio-field therapies as part of—or a complement to—mainstream care.
Energy healing and Reiki (or “hands-on healing”) has ancient roots, and can also be understood through the cutting-edge sciences of quantum physics, cardio-neurology and epigenetics. Specifically, the practitioner uses their mind-body as an instrument of consciousness to transmit life-force energy to the body of the receiver. “Reiki” means “universal life force energy.” It is this energy that is transferred, through the palms of the practitioner to the patient, in order to facilitate healing and well-being on a mental, emotional and/or physical level.
Diana accepts appointments and welcomes new clients. When making an appointment please indicate if you would like to allow 1 hour ($65) or 1.5 hours ($90.) Mobile table services available (healing in your home or hospital visits.) Cash and checks accepted, with all major credit or debit cards accepted. Text/call 207-249-2261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Buy a e-gift card for anyone here.
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