Information for Reiki Medic-Care practitioners
We believe that helping individuals on a one-to-one is the most effective way of distant Reiki treatment, helping to support their health and wellbeing and consequently their immune systems. We also believe that by taking part in this project Reiki practitioners can be enabled to help the NHS in a way that uses their skills and experience to the full.
Reiki Medic-Care will also give the professional Reiki practitioners the opportunity to create awareness for Reiki in medical settings like never before while also being able to gather data via the unique, bespoke and automated system, which ultimately will feed into research to establish the effectiveness of distant Reiki as a recognised complementary therapy.
Supporting Reiki organisations
Reiki Medic-Care launched with the support of The Center of Reiki Research, The Reiki Council and its member organisations. Our research partner for the project is Professor Ann Baldwin, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona.
How to join
We ask for a commitment to this project for at least a year and some notice if you can no longer participate.
To join us, you will be a UK resident and be insured for public practice. You will have been using Reiki II to send distant Reiki for at least a year. You will also have learnt a traditional style of Usui Reiki and been taught in person to conform with National Occupational Standards and either be member of a Reiki Council member organisation or be CNHC registered for Reiki.
We look forward to making a difference to the lives and wellbeing of our medical professionals with the dedicated help of the UK’s Reiki Practitioners.
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