Clyde Hughes will be running Reiki courses during March April and May 2018 at Shangrala healing centre Swansea South Wales
Reiki is a form of alternative medicine developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui. Since originating in Japan, Reiki has been adapted into varying cultural traditions across the world.
Reiki is a therapy often described as palm healing or hands-on-body healing in which a practitioner places hands lightly on or over a patient’s body to facilitate the patient’s process of healing.
Reiki combines the Japanese and Chinese word-characters of “rei” (spiritual or supernatural) and “ki” (vital energy). One of the basic ideas held by those who practice Reiki is that this vital energy can be channelled to support the body’s natural ability to heal itself
First Degree Reiki
In many ways, the Reiki first degree course is the most exciting because this is when you will be introduced to the energy for the first time and you will be presented with the opportunity to develop yourself spiritually by learning to carry out specific daily meditations and self-treatment meditations. You will also learn the skills necessary to carry out an effective Reiki treatment on family and friends.
Second degree reiki
Many students find that after completing the first degree they simply wish to: Take their studies further and learn even more about Reiki. Become a professional practitioner and learn how to treat clients and be able to have access to professional insurance.
Third Degree REIKI MASTER
This course is suitable for someone who wishes to develop themselves further by becoming familiar with the two master symbols as well as several other symbols. By studying this course an individual will learn to strengthen their ability to channel Reiki even further.
This course is also suitable for someone who would wish to teach Reiki to others. This is a wonderful opportunity to be able to meet like-minded people and be able to pass all of your knowledge and experience on to others
Please contact me for dates and availability