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Reiki is a simple and natural spiritual healing practice originating from Japan. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese works, Rei meaning “God’s Wisdom or Higher Power” and Ki meaning “life force energy.” So together Reiki translates as “spiritually guided life force energy.”

I practise the Usui Tradition of Natural Healing, developed by Mikao Usui in Japan in the early 20th century. This is an original method of natural healing, activated by intention. Reiki’s healing energy works on every level – body, mind and soul, it promotes the body’s natural want to heal itself.

Reiki has been found useful in serving virtually any known illness and condition. It is a complementary therapy that can work alongside medical professionals to ease side effects and promote recovery. Reiki is a gentle energy and can be used safely by all ages and any state of health, from a newborn baby to the frail and elderly, pregnant mothers and surgical patients. Unlike most other forms of manual therapy there are virtually no cautions or contraindications to treatment.

Reiki only works for the good of the receiver. During a treatment , Reiki will flow through the hands of the therapist or channeller and flow into the person receiving Reiki. They will receive exactly what they need at the time. Reiki is a non – invasive therapy, the purpose is to treat the client holistically and restore balance.

As a healer my greatest desire comes from inspiring and helping clients to become the empowered, bright, healthy and happy individuals they wish to be. I offer a supportive, personal and respectful approach and an individual treatment.

 What is Reiki?

Reiki is energy. Reiki is Pure Universal Life Force. This energy is the same life force that flows through every living being in the universe. This energy is known as ki in Japan, chi in China, Mana by the Kahunas and prana in India. You may have a name for this energy that you prefer. The name is not important, it is the substance that is the important thing. Reiki can activate the channels in our body, allowing us to receive this energy through us and use it to benefit ourselves and others.

 Benefits of Reiki

The energy of Reiki can be used in many ways and with many great benefits. Reiki can help a person to feel relaxed, vitalised, centred, focused and calm. Reiki can relieve aches and pains, prevent imbalances and work on the causal level of disease. Reiki can release emotional blockages, empower self healing and cleanse the system on all levels. Reiki promotes and supports personal development and can allow us to respond more calmly to external events, building a more resourceful state of being.

 What to expect from a Reiki treatment

A Reiki treatment is performed on a massage couch, the receiver is fully clothed, with pillows and blankets to feel warm and cosy. Reiki may or may not involve touch, this is the choice of the receiver. If touch is prefered, this laying of hands on the body will be gentle. The intention of a Reiki treatment is healing and I will always respect and honour the trust of the receiver. The touch in a Reiki treatment will feel supportive, positive and caring.

Reiki is an energy treatment which starts at the head and ends with the feet. You may feel different sensations, such as warmth, coolness and tingling. It is a very relaxing treatment. Treatments last for as long as the receiver would like, typically an hour, however some prefer a longer session. Time will be allowed after the treatment for some grounding. Some can experience an emotional release during a treatment, others can feel a deep state of calm, positivity and empowerment.



Liverpool Street is the nearest station, however I’m about half a mile away from Shoreditch High St, Moorgate, Fenchurch and Cannon Street Stations.

Liverpool Street Train Station, City Of London EC2M 7PY

A few minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station, Bishopsgate Exit, cross the road at the traffic lights, you’ll see a Tesco’s on the other side of the road, turn left, past Boots and the next right, Middlesex Street, I’m on the right, opposite Nando’s.

Shoreditch High Street Train Station, Hackney E1 6GJ

15 minutes walk. Come out of the station, take a left on Bishopsgate, walk down until you see the Wooden Shades pub, lake a left, crossing the road onto Middlesex Street, I’m opposite Nando’s.

Moorgate Train Station, City Of London EC2Y 9AE

12 minutes walk, come out of the station, take a left onto Moorfields, then a right on to South Place, turning Eldon Street until you see Itsu, the road bends to the right, take a left on to Liverpool Street.

Fenchurch Street Train Station, City Of London EC3 4AJ

12 minutes walk, come out of the station, take a left on to Fenchurch Street, then at the junction take a right on to Bishopsgate, walk along on the right hand side until you see Dirty Dicks pub and take another right onto Middlesex Street, I’m opposite Nando’s.

Cannon Street Train Station, City Of London EC4N 6AP

17 minutes walk, come out of the station, take a right on to Walbrook,walk  past Bank tube station, carry on until Threadneedle Street, then on to Bishopgate, cross over to the right hand side, past Dirty Dicks pub, next right on to Middlesex Street. I’m opposite Nando’s.