Experience a revitalizing sense of well-being and inner peace at the Northport Wellness Center with Reiki, a Japanese technique used to reduce stress and encourage relaxation, and thus, promote physical, emotional and spiritual healing, as well as enhance the body’s natural healing abilities.
Reiki (pronounced Ray-Kee) originated in Tibet but was rediscovered by Dr. Usui and brought back to Japan. In the Japanese language "Rei" means universal spirit or soul. "Ki" means vital life force energy. When combined, these characters mean, “Universal life force energy.”
This method of healing was founded on the revelation and understanding of the body’s energy system. It is a natural form of healing energy. It supports the universal laws of consciousness and unconditional love. Reiki does not conflict with any form of medical treatment or therapy, not intended to replace any doctor-approved treatment plan and has the potential to speed the healing process.
A treatment feels different for everyone. It can be subjective and sometimes, very subtle. People often feel a sense of peace and calm throughout the session—some fall into a deep, sleeplike meditative state. Sometimes the experience of Reiki can feel very powerful as it has the potential to bring up emotions that need to be released, while for other people, the first session in particular may be uneventful, although they will realize throughout the day, they actually feel better.
Reiki is offered through light, non-invasive touch with the practitioner's hands placed and held on or positioned a few inches above a series of locations on the body from the head to the feet on the front and back of the torso.
During a Reiki treatment, the practitioner will work on balancing your energy field by placing their hands a few inches above your body. The practitioner then uses ancient techniques to work on releasing anything that no longer serves the patient and balances the Soul, Mind and Body.
Leslie is available for remote or in-person sessions. Contact her at 646-265-8232 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kate is available in person at the Northport Wellness Center. Contact her at (631) 649-5039 or via email at email@example.com.