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    Reiki for Carers 

    Give a thought to carers, and all the hard work that they do each and every day. Taking on the the stress and pressures of caring for and considering the health and well-being of others. Usually with very little time or consideration for their own well-being.

    In the past I have been very grateful to carers for their help and support when assisting with a relative that required care 24/7.  

    According to Cancer Research UK website  ‘A very small study in 2021 (42 people) gave reiki to people who were caring for a person with cancer. They had reiki once a week for 6 weeks. The study wanted to find out if reiki could lower stress levels in the carers. The authors concluded that the carers found caregiving less stressful after reiki.’  Reiki | Complementary and alternative therapy | Cancer Research UK

    If you know a carer consider recommending a Reiki session.

    Concessional Prices for Carers

    As per my earlier blog, we are delighted to continue offering a special reduced rate to carers.

    A relaxing Reiki session and time out for some TLC for themselves.

    If you are a carer and interested in a relaxing reiki session then click on the link below to book your reiki session at the  ‘special’ concessional price:

    Reiki for Carers Link

    Be kind to carers and let a carer know you care about them!

    Best wishes,

    Carrie x

  2. Cancer Patients and Reiki

    Relaxing Supportive Reiki for those in need of a little extra TLC

    I have noticed within my Reiki practice an increasing number of clients are finding it beneficial to come to the clinic for Reiki sessions either as a survivor of cancer or because they are experiencing adverse side effects having received invasive cancer treatment such as chemotherapy. 

    Reiki can be given to cancer patients. Although, Reiki is not a cure, Reiki may help with emotional well-being and also be helpful in calming the mind and strengthening the energetic system supporting the body's natural immunity. Reiki may help with relaxation, sleep and clarity of thought. 

    Reiki is a complementary therapy and can be used alongside existing medication/treatment and I always recommend seeking guidance from your Doctor if you are undergoing treatment before having any complementary therapies.

    Find out more about how Reiki may support cancer patients check out the Cancer Research UK website - link here: Reiki | Complementary and alternative therapy | Cancer Research UK

    There are many articles about the potential benefits of Reiki for patients undergoing cancer treatment.  Check out the International Association of Reiki Professionals®

    Donate to Cancer Research UK

    So much great work is done by Cancer Research UK.

    I believe that everyone of us has been touched by cancer at some point in our lives, whether you are a survivor of it, or know someone that has cancer, or have lossed a loved one or a friend  to cancer it has an impact on us all.

    Lots of amazing work has been done and is still being done to help treat and fight Cancer.  If you would like to show your support and donate to Cancer Research UK  then please click on the link here:  Donate to Cancer Research UK

    You can find out more about Reiki Here.

    Best wishes,


  3. Pre Reiki Session Tips

    So, you have booked yourself in for a relaxing Reiki session. That's fabulous! But now what?

    Well, whether it's your first Reiki session or a session you have on a regular basis it is always good to prepare beforehand.

    As a professional Reiki Practitioner I have put together some useful tips which I recommend to help you to prepare for and to get the best from your Reiki session:

    Drink plenty of water - I would say that this is the most important thing to do both before as well as after a Reiki session. Energy treatments can make you feel very thirsty. Water will help to cleanse and flush through the body any toxins. Also, it is worth noting that water has long been known to be a good conductor of electricity/energy, so it makes sense to replenish with water.

    Eat light and healthy food - Avoid eating a heavy meal prior to your session as you don’t want all your body’s energy to be directed toward digesting whilst having your session. I also recommend if you eat something light then opt for something healthy (avoid sugary foods).

    Avoid alcohol – I believe that it is important not to drink any alcohol for at least 24 hours prior to your Reiki session as alcohol retains toxins which may cause adverse effects including tiredness, dehydration and potentially trigger negative emotions.

    Bathe & cleanse - Cleanliness is important when working with energy. I recommend ideally having a nice relaxing bath or shower prior to (or the morning before) your Reiki session to help you to relax as well as to cleanse your body. You may wish to add natural sea salt, Epsom salt or Himalayan salt to your bath as this will also help to cleanse your auric field.

    Wear comfortable clothing - Ideally, for your Reiki session wear loose layers so you can be comfortable whilst receiving Reiki. You will usually be asked to remove your shoes if having a full body Reiki session. I always recommend that my clients bring warm socks with them to keep your feet nice and warm whilst laying on the therapy couch.

    Relax and focus on your breathing during your Reiki session. Have an open mind, and allow in some loving healing energy, releasing any and all expectations, and just enjoy the beautiful experience.

    For information about Reiki sessions with Calm & Confident Mind click Here

    Carrie -x-