Traditional Chinese Medicine

with a Southern accent

Susan Mosley, DACM, RRT-NPS, CPT, LAc.
318 Broad Street
Rome GA 30161
Reiki comes from two Japanese words. Rei means “higher knowledge” or “universal consciousness”. Ki (also qi or chi) has been translated as “life energy” or “universal life force”.

Reiki Healing

Reiki (ray-key) is a Japanese form of energy therapy, similar to therapeutic touch and Healing Touch. Reiki can be used to address physical, emotional, mental and spiritual issues.

Reiki is being used in prestigious facilities like Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Mass General, Yale, George Washington University, and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Reiki has been shown in several studies to reduce anxiety and pain, induce relaxation, improve fatigue, alleviate depressive symptoms, and promote overall wellness.

During a session, the practitioner will either rest her hands lightly touching or slightly above the body  in several positions. Some intuititive practitioners may move their hands to the areas where they feel an energetic imbalance.

Reiki practitioners do not diagnose, and do not control the flow of energy. Reiki energy flows where it is needed. Reiki is not affiliated with any religion or belief system.

There are three levels of Reiki practitioners. Students learn hands-on healing and self treatment in the first level, distant and emotional healing at the second level, and acquire the knowledge to train others at the Master level. Most people practice for several years before advancing from one level to another. Susan is a Usui Reiki Master.

You will typically lie down on a massage table, and remain clothed except for your shoes. It is best to wear loose-fitting garments on the day of your appointment, so you can relax and breathe freely. We usually play relaxing music and dim the lights for your treatment.

Susan Mosley, DACM, RRT-NPS, CPT, LAc.

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