As a community we have recently undergone disaster and trauma. We have pulled together and been there for one another. And yet each one of us still carries our own personal stress, grief, and uncertainty.
It is time for our community to take a breath. To receive healing through the hands of practitioners trained in a healing art that offers comfort and relief to mind, spirit and body. To be guided in meditation to dive underneath the turbulent waves of daily life to a place of wholeness within. Here is what to expect when you arrive:
Be greeted by a trained Reiki practitioner
· Set your intention for the new year
· Receive Reiki healing either in a chair or on a massage table
· Be led in guided meditations that will relax and revive
· Enjoy a cup of tea in a quiet, communal sacred space
“Reiki” refers to the universal life force that flows through and animates all of us. It is also a beautiful healing practice done with hands on or over the fully-clothed body. Some refer to Reiki like “a massage from the inside out.” Some refer to it as an “unspoken prayer of love.” If you are new to Reiki, this is your opportunity to experience deep relaxation, perhaps beyond anything you have felt before.
This event is being co-sponsored by Kali-Ki Reiki and Wisdom School and the First United Methodist Church. To learn more about Reiki please go to www.kali-kiwisdomschool.com. For more information about the event please contact Joni Dittrich, Ph.D. at email@example.com
- Occurred Sunday, January 7th, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm