Reiki

Reiki sessions are once again offered at Tigerlily Holistic, a community acupuncture clinic in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Read further below for our new safety guidelines.

Reiki energy will raise your vibration, balance energy system, and augment physical and emotional healing. It serves to raise your consciousness and automatically move you towards what is for your highest good in life. Reiki is also good for enhancing your immune system which is so important during the autumn and winter months during this pandemic.

Reiki is a gentle method in which the practitioner places their hands over your chakras (energy centers) to activate the flow of  your life force energy.

Reiki has many benefits including:
1)  decreases emotional distress
2)  augments physical healing
3)  improves mental clarity
4)  recuperates one’s energy (e.g. after an emotionally taxing event or experience)
5)  increases compassion and understanding

Safety guidelines during a Reiki session:  client must have had a negative covid 19 result within the past month; must wear a mask; and their temperature will be taken before the session. Please don’t schedule an appointment if you’ve had any cold or flu type symptoms. As the practitioner, I will wear both mask and gloves during the session. I’ve gone without gloves but as cases rise again in NY, I will wear gloves. Gloved hands are not placed directly on your skin – they will hover, which is just as effective.

Cost 
$60.00 for a 50-minute session

To Schedule use the TIGERLILY HOLISTIC website:  Distance Reiki/ Energy work
Ignore the word ‘Distance’ –  the session is offered in the clinic.
Reiki schedule:  Thursdays 11am; 1pm | Saturdays 11am; 1pm; 3pm
Questions? Text Eloise at (917) 892-6425

Payments must be made in advance via Venmo (@wildrose_eloise) or Paypal:
Cancellations with less than 12 hours notice are charged $20. 

Location
Tigerlily Holistic community acupuncture clinic
360 Jefferson St., Ste 1C, Brooklyn  (Bushwick)
[L train to the Jefferson St. exit]

Questions? Email wildrosereiki.nyc@gmail.com or text (917) 892-6425.

FAQs

Q:  What can I expect from a Reiki session?
A:  After a 50-minute Reiki session, clients feel a sense of inner peace and calm. It can offer physical comfort during times of illness. Although Reiki will not solve your problems directly, it can help you move out from an anxious, fearful, or irritated state. Then you may be better able to address your problems and goals.

Q:  Do I have to undress for a Reiki session?
A:  No.

Q:  How often should I have Reiki?
A:  It depends on the level of stress in your life. Generally speaking, having Reiki in every season is nice. But if you have a challenging life-style at work or home, then have sessions as often as it suits you.

Q:  How long will the benefits last?
A   That really depends on how you live your life. Many clients say they carry around the nice energy for the rest of the week and it allows them to conduct their activities with greater ease.  Here’s a personal story: Once I had the loveliest ayurvedic massage. Afterwards, I called a friend to join me for a walk on the beach. My friend spent the entire time complaining about her boyfriend. I felt myself sinking lower and lower, losing the glow of my session. What I learned is that after a session you are still undergoing a tender healing phase. It’s important to take time out to nourish yourself with what brings you calm and peace.

When you have Reiki on a regular basis, you will become more familiar with the harmonious state of being that it creates in you and may feel naturally inclined to establish that on a daily basis by learning energy wellness techniques. In so doing, it’s likely that you will naturally gravitate towards what uplifts you instead of who or what drags you down.

QCan I use Reiki instead of medicine or a therapist?
A:  Reiki is not meant to substitute for medical or therapeutic care. It is considered a complementary form of healing. If you need medical care or professional therapy, please get it, and Reiki can be a nice addition to your wellness care (speak with your health care provider).

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