•What Reiki is and how it heals
•What Reiki can be used for
•The history of Reiki and the Reiki Ideals
•Introduction to Energy Anatomy—Auras and Chakras
•The Reiki Attunement and how it works
•Guided Meditation to prepare for attunement
•Reiki I Attunement
•Hands on Practice:
•Hand positions for self-treatment
•Hand positions for treating others
•Dry bathing or clearing your energy field (Kenyoku)
•The Reiki Symbols and how to use them
•Guided Meditation to prepare for attunement
•Reiki II Attunement
•Documenting a Reiki session
•Sending Reiki with the eyes (Gyoshi ho)
•Sending Reiki with the breath (Koki ho)
•Distant healing—how to send Reiki
•How to conduct a complete Reiki session
•Hands on practice with the symbols
What you will learn:
The Reiki Grid—using Crystals to send Reiki continuously
The Usui Master Symbol—connecting more deeply with your higher self
Guided Meditation to prepare for attunement
Advanced Reiki Attunement
Moving Meditation—bringing Reiki into the body; clearing the mind; grounding
Symbol Work—hands on practice with the Usui Master Symbol Aura Balancing technique—Demonstration and practice
Reiki Symbol Meditation—to connect more deeply with the Reiki symbols and to send Reiki for healing
What you will learn in class:
REIKI III Master Teacher Day One
•Difference between the Usui and Tibetan Systems of Reiki
•Advanced Reiki Meditation to circulate chi in the body
•Tibetan Master Symbols
•Guided Meditation to prepare for Attunement
•Reiki III/Master Attunement
•Hui Yin Exercise —to connect the governing and functioning channels
•Violet Breath—to open the person’s central channel and begin attunement
•The Healing Attunement —to open a person’s energy field to receive a deeper healing and remove blocks. Demonstration and practice time Day Two How to do all levels of attunements—demonstration and practice time
•Values and Ethics of a Reiki Master
•Teaching Reiki—putting a class together, class outlines, certificates, etc.
•Other Attunement Methods—Discussion and Demonstration
Class Descriptions: Reiki I and II
Reiki I and II are the entry levels into the study of Reiki. They are taught together as a weekend intensive. Attunements are given specific to that level each day. Class is a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands on practice. “Reiki, the Healing Touch” is the required class manual. It is mailed to you when you register for class.
Reiki III Master Teacher — $600
Reiki III Master Teacher class includes Master level healing techniques as well as the knowledge and skills required to become a Master teacher. Instruction and practice time for giving all levels of Reiki attunements is included. Reiki Master Teacher is a two-day intensive class and can be taken in combination with ART or by itself if you have already completed an Advanced Reiki class. Class is a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands on practice. A 160-page class manual (ART and Reiki III combined) is included and mailed upon registration.
ART teaches you advanced techniques to strengthen your Reiki energy. It is the prerequisite for Reiki III/Master Teacher. ART can be taken by itself as a one-day intensive or in combination with the Reiki III/Master Teacher as an intensive three-day workshop. Class is a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration, and hands-on practice. Class manual is mailed upon registration.
Private Reiki Training: If you are unable to attend the regularly scheduled weekend intensive training dates, or prefer private one-on-one training, North Shore Reiki offers all degrees of Reiki training for a single individual (weekdays only):
PRIVATE FEE SCHEDULE
Reiki I & II $395.00 for each level (day) of training.
Two days for Reiki I & II = $700.00
Advanced Reiki Training (ART) $550.00
Reiki III/Master $1,200.00
This flexible program allows you to arrange your training dates as your schedule permits.
When seeking a Reiki Master from whom to receive the Master training and attunement, it is important to ask exactly what to expect. Will you receive the complete training and be able to initiate others into all the degrees including full Reiki Master?
Becoming a Reiki Master is a serious undertaking. First, you must receive Reiki I & II training and Advanced Reiki Training (ART) and attunements, and have practical experience as a Reiki practitioner. Second, you must meditate on your purpose and intent, and decide if Reiki Mastership is in harmony with it. Third, find a Reiki Master to study with who is genuine and competent; and with whom you feel rapport; one who will support you after your attunement. Becoming a Reiki Master implies that you will be able to initiate or attune others into Reiki. Therefore, it is important to find a teacher who will spend time in class helping you practice the attunement process.
Carol Denicker, ICRT Professional Member: All ICRT Professional Members meet the following requirements: ICRT manuals in their classes. Has agreed to abide by our Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Has taken Reiki I&II and Reiki Master training from one of our Licensed Reiki Master Teachers (LRMTs). Provides student certificates issued by the ICRT Reiki Membership Association. Uses the title of Professional member of the RMA or Professional Member of the Reiki Membership Association in their advertising and literature. paragraph here.
All Reiki classes are taught by Reiki Master, Carol Denicker at the Holbrook Wellness Center, 5000 Expressway Drive South, Holbrook, NY 11741 unless pre-arranged elsewhere. Please call to arrange training at your location for you group.