February 15, 2017

Reiki in Hospitals

More and more hospitals are incorporating Reiki, and many nurses add reiki to their repertoire as a part of their continuing education. The power of loving and intrinsic touch clearly benefits healing, and I am sure we will see more and more people learning to use Reiki in assisted living facilities, dentist offices, rehabs and sports medicine facilities.

One of the simplest ways to think about Reiki is to imagine holding newborn preemies in hospitals. We all know that preemies. thrive from being touched. Having a Reiki treatment brings us that sense of security, comfort, and a deep human connection.

Reiki is extremely beneficial for people who are sensitive to touch, for example people with fibromyalgia, going through chemotherapy, or who were traumatized by sexual or physical abuse and could still use this light and loving touch as a part of their healing process. Reiki sessions are done fully clothed and can be done either in person or over a distance.

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