"Reiki is better than placebo in activating the parasympathetic nervous system, as measured by reduced heart rate, reduced blood pressure, and increased heart rate variability. For patients with chronic health conditions, Reiki has been found to be more effective than placebo for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression, and for improving self-esteem and quality of life."


~David E. McManus, Phd

  Journal of Evidence Based Comp Altern Med

  October 2017

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This is the one of the most comprehensive study of energy you will find in an affordable, first-level course. This 18-hour intensive program includes:

  • 6-hour clinical practice (includes group and one-on-one sessions)

  • energy tonifying and clearing practices

  • transformative breathwork practices

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts of healing

  • basic Neurolinguistic Programming tools to help your assessment

  • energy healing techniques beyond Reiki

You will leave this course feeling comfortable with your ability to jump in and start your practice. This course is meant to familiarize you with practices to help clear your energy and heal past trauma as you get ready to facilitate healing in others.​

Current Reiki Certification holders are eligible to register for a discounted rate of $180.00, contingent upon verification of Reiki Certification. Certifications that are not verifiable are not eligible proof of prior training.

The Latest Science on Reiki

"Reiki is better than placebo in activating the parasympathetic nervous system, as measured by reduced heart rate, reduced blood pressure, and increased heart rate variability. For patients with chronic health conditions, Reiki has been found to be more effective than placebo for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression, and for improving self-esteem and quality of life."

"Healing touch recipients also showed decreases in depressed mood compared to relaxation therapy and standard care recipients."

Clin J Oncol Nurs. 2011 Oct; 15(5):519-25.​

"MT and HT are more effective than presence alone or standard care in reducing pain, mood disturbance, and fatigue in patients receiving cancer chemotherapy."

Integr Cancer Ther. 2003 Dec; 2(4):332-44.