Thai Reiki

What is Thai Reiki?

Thai massage: used to manipulate major energy lines (sen / meridian) lines throughout the body using rhythmic pressure at certain points along the lines and with the use of assisted yoga-like stretches. This frees up energy blockages in the body that are creating a state of imbalance. For more information see: Thai Massage

Reiki: works in conjunction with the meridian / sen lines treated in Thai Massage through the use of the hand-positions, which normally correspond to the seven major chakras on the body. For more information see: Reiki.

Thai Reiki: combines both Thai Massage and Reiki in one session. They both go perfect with each other because both are designed to free the body from energy blockages with one using pressure and stretching and the other using vibrational healing energy.

Beinfit: Clients who experienced a Thai Reiki session reported an elevation in mood and physicality. Weekly treatments for two months have shown great success with depression, anxiety, migraines, and other mental and physical issues. Basically you get all the benefits of a Reiki session and a Thai Massage, the combination of which creates an amazingly effective healing experience with lasting effects. 

The session: lasts up to 2 ½ hours. Wear comfortable clothes that you can be stretched in. Try not to eat anything heavy before the session. During the session little or no effort is needed from you. You just lye on the mat and let me do the work. You may feel a little dizzy afterward, so try not to schedule anything directly after the session.

Note: before considering a thai massage: if you have a specific issue like a frozen shoulder, then the medical massage would be more appropriate. If you are suffering from cancer, then a Reiki session would be more appropriate. But, if you want an overall body healing and a peaceful state of mind, then try a Thai Reiki massage.


 

 

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