What happens during a session?
A session typically has two parts, although it also can be entirely either one of the parts. All sessions are private and confidential.
1.) Meaningful conversation about your healing journey. We have time to talk about your current state-of-being and how you would like your body to feel physically, mentally and emotionally. We can discuss conditioning the mind and body to a new change, a new reality, by talking about strategies and tools for disrupting old patterns and integrating new, more helpful choices.
2.) Energy healing as you rest, relax and receive, massage table, on blankets and pillows on the floor or in a chair. Receiving energy healing is being, not doing, so you get to just relax, become aware of what is happening in and around your body, and know that whatever is happening is exactly what should be happening in the moment, and all is well! If you’d like, Diana may coach you with some breath-work and teach you heart-brain coherence meditation, which is the foundational bio-energetic state of wellness. She also teaches mindfulness and concentrative meditation practices, which can reduce stress, improve health and increase sensations of connection. She will be there to support your experience fully. You may want to learn and enjoy Yoga Nidra meditation, a beautiful state-of-consciousness where the door between the conscious and unconscious mind opens, inviting deep emotional healing and increased awareness of your True Self and Inner Being. Call Diana at 207-249-2261
What should I wear?
You’ll remain fully clothed during the entire session, so please wear whatever is most comfortable for you. Loose clothing is usually preferrable.
Come home to yourself
How do I prepare for a session?
The best way to prepare for a session is to anticipate enjoying time with and for yourself, knowing you’re not alone and Diana will be joyfully anticipating sharing with you. Reflect on what you would like to change or transform in your life and feel free to bring along any questions you have about energy healing and meditation. Learn more about Diana here, or Call Diana at 207-249-2261
How do I book an appointment?
Please text or Call Diana at 207-249-2261 to set up an appointment, although emailing email@example.com is perfectly fine, too. Please let Diana know if you would like to allow 1 hour ($65) or 1.5 hours ($90.) Buy a e-gift card for anyone here
Where is Diana’s practice located?
Diana’s private practice is located in Suite D at the Maine Integrative Wellness Center, on the lower level of Maine Integrative Chiropractic Center, 8 Jesse Robbins Road, Belfast, Maine, USA. All sessions are private and confidential.
Everything is form of material or non-material energy and includes everything we can perceive with our five senses and all that we cannot perceive with them.
What is energy?
Energy healing facilitates an increase and movement of “subtle energy,” and people can perceive this energy as various sensations, including calmness, warmth, coolness, tingling, peace, connection and more. Life-force energy is highly coherent, orderly, intelligent, harmonious, and vital—it is supportive and can do no harm. The essence at work during energy healing is intelligent love or a life-giving loving intelligence.
Live abundantly, joyfully and in love with life
Is energy healing safe if I’m receiving other treatments?
Energy healing and meditation are considered biofield therapies, and are drugless, are non-invasive, holistic healing modalities which honor and work with a person’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual nature. They are complimentary to all healing pursuits and can do no harm. These healing energy practices, including the Japanese healing art of Reiki, 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.
Discover, love and listen to your Sacred Heart
Is energy healing associated with any religion?
Diana’s practice is not affiliated with any religious tradition. She is dedicated to studying consciousness and the science that explains what is happening during a session, and she believes that these studies inform understanding of spiritual and mystical human experiences. Diana is trained in the Japanese healing tradition called “Reiki,” which 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. Energy healing and Reiki (or “hands-on healing”) have ancient roots and can also be understood through the cutting-edge sciences of quantum physics, cardioneurology, immunology and epigenetics. Specifically, the practitioner uses their mind-body as an instrument of consciousness to facilitate greater levels of orderly, coherent life-force energy to the body of the receiver.
*Related articles: Tsang, K.L., Carlson, L.E., & Olson, K. (2007). Pilot crossover trial of Reiki versus rest for treating cancer-related fatigue. In- tegrative Cancer Therapies, 6, 25–35. Weller M, Cosmos E, DeBruyn J, Brader K. The use of energy healing for ovarian cancer patients. Society of Gynecologic Nurse Oncologists 2008;18: 29-33. Shamini J, McMahon G, Hasen P. et al. Healing touch with guided imagery for PTSD in returning active duty military: A randomized controlled trial. Military Medicine 2012; 177: 1015-102. Catlin A, Taylor-Ford R.L. Investigation of standard care versus sham reiki placebo versus actual reiki therapy to enhance comfort and well being in a chemo infusion center. Oncology Nursing Forum 2011; 38: E212-220. Hart L, Freel M, Haylock P, Lutgendorf K. The use of healing touch in integrative oncology. Clinical Journey of Oncology Nursing 2011; 5: 519-525.