Reiki is an energetic healing practice that is now offered by hospitals all over the world. Although many people when they first hear of Reiki question its effectiveness, more and more hospitals are integrating it into their patient care. It is recognized by the American Nurses Association for continuing education. Reiki is complementary with other healing modalities, including Western Medicine. It is a simple, natural and safe method of energy healing that has no known side effects.
Kelly was first introduced to Reiki during her time of healing from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. She believes that her reiki practice was instrumental in her ability to heal. Kelly was first introduced to Reiki thirteen years ago and still utilizes it daily to bring herself to harmony and balance.
During a Reiki session – you will remain fully clothed (so be sure to wear something comfortable) – Kelly will place her hands in a prescribed method over your head, torso, legs and feet, offering the Reiki through light touch or with hands hovering just above the body.
Reiki can help with:
Finding deeper meaning in life
Relaxing your body and your mind
Easing pain and physical tension
Healing emotional and spiritual wounds
Harmony and Balance
- chakra balancing
- guided meditation
- Restorative yoga
Therapeutic Areas of Interest:
- mindfulness & meditation
- creative development & sustainability
- stress and anxiety
- nonviolent communication
- easing pain and tension
- Teacher Training, Hatha Yoga Center, Seattle, WA
- Reiki Master, Baltimore, MD
- Teaching Certificate, Fine Art, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
- Certified Mediator, Annapolis, MD
- Bachelor of Fine Arts, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA