About our Reiki Training
What is Usui Reiki Ryoho?
Usui Reiki Ryoho is a Reiki healing system devised by Mikao Usui in 1930’s for the purpose of physical healing, personal growth and spiritual awakening. At its basic level it is a great aid for relaxation, but it also offers a number of meditation tools and healing rituals and practices to help you connect with your own bright light.
The two-day workshop will cover:
- Level two attunement
- Reiki symbols – you will learn the Western use of symbols in hands on healing and the Japanese use of symbols as mantras and in meditation
- Distant healing
- Japanese treatment methods
- Daily practices to support your practice of Reiki
- Using the 5 Reiki principles in daily practice to enrich your life
At Reiki two you learn how to “become” Reiki.
Why take this course?
Reiki Level Two deepens your practice of Reiki from doing Reiki to becoming Reiki and many people take this course just to go deeper in their use of Reiki and include distant healing in their practice
Becoming a Reiki Practitioner:
If you would like to become a Reiki Practitioner and work on clients, you must take this level.
You must also complete training in both of the following:
Practitioner skills click here
Anatomy and Physiology click here
If you are already trained as a complementary therapist you may be exempt from attending these modules, but would have to complete the case studies. Click here for case study requirements.
What is unique about how Christine teaches Reiki:
Reiki as a healing modality existed before Mikao Usui developed his Reiki Healing System which he called Usui Reiki Ryoho. When he went to Mount Kurama to meditate he was looking for a way to find his life path and to help other to find theirs. This is a type of enlightenment called An-shin Ritus-mei. Christine teaches Reiki to help you find your path in life and offers Usui’s daily practices to support that journey. She also teaches the student how to use Reiki as a method of personal growth and well-being.
This course is approved for Continual Professional Development (CPD points) with the following organisations: