REIKI (pronounced RAY-Kee) means ‘Universal Life Energy’. This gentle, yet powerful, hands-on healing technique promotes relaxation and calmness within the body. Reiki is natural practice helpful in supporting overall good health by bringing balance to the mind, body, and spirit.
Although Reiki is a spiritual practice, it is not a religion and one does not need to believe in anything in particular to participate. Reiki promotes balance and clarity creating a healing transference. Allowing oneself to be open to peace and harmony allows rejuvenation to be achieved.
Animals, like people, benefit from Reiki. Animals that receive regular grooming are more likely to be receptive to being touched for Reiki. For those who are not comfortable being touched receive Reiki from afar, a technique called Distant Reiki. In healthy animals, Reiki may simply provide an emotional state of peace and contentment. For ill animals, Reiki is a safe healing method to complement medical treatments and aid with pain relief, medication side effects, fear or anxiety. With dying animals, Reiki is a gentle way to provide comfort and ease to the transition of death.