- Full Name: Christin and Kelly
- Location: 130 McPhillips Ave
- Expires: 16 hours, 32 mins
Come and see what Reiki is all about, or if you are already a practitioner you can receive 2 hours of practice for the Canadian Reiki Association. A fun and deeply healing evening!
Group healing sessions. Open to all. For practitioners of all Reiki lineages, as well as those that want to experience Reiki for the first time and are just curious. We will start with a guided meditation that is deeply healing with the Reiki energy, and then break up into groups to share Reiki healing.
October 17, 2018 (Wednesday)
Location: 130 McPhillips Ave, Ganges, Salt Spring Island, BC
Thank you for arriving on time to avoid disruption of the group energy, and you do not want to miss our healing meditation!
What is a Reiki Share?
A Reiki share is for those new to Reiki to come and experience Reiki energy for the first time, or for practitioners of all levels to get together and “share” this beautiful healing energy. This is also an opportunity for those students wanting to gain CEU credits towards becoming a registered practitioner with the Canadian Reiki Association.
You can earn up to twelve hours of CEU practice hours during Reiki shares. At each individual share you will be granted 2 hours of practice time. All Reiki lineages and practitioner levels are welcome.
We start each share with a guided meditation, and then break into two to four groups of practitioners (depending on the number of people attending). One person receives Reiki on the table while several other practitioners channel energy. Each session is about 20-25 minutes but because four to five practitioners are sending Reiki, it is equivalent to about an 80 minute session! Lots of healing takes place during a share. This is also a good time to ask questions if you are a student and would like assistance with something you learned in class.
If you are new to Reiki and are thinking about taking a class, a Reiki share is an opportunity for you to experience Reiki and ask questions!
Please note that a Reiki share is only for practicing Reiki. No other healing modalities are allowed during this time. Please be respectful of this, and enjoy the opportunity to bathe in the beautiful Reiki energy…
Share includes a group circle for questions, meditation and Reiki practice (giving & receiving). There is filtered water, however it is advisable to bring your own water bottle.
Please refrain from wearing any perfumes or scents as some people are very sensitive!
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