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During your initial visit, there will be a short form to fill out prior to the session. You will lie on a comfortable table fully clothed covered with a light blanket.
A lavender-scented eye mask is gently placed and soft music will be playing. By the end of the session you will notice a renewed sense of calmness and balance. 

Brigham and Women’s Hospital defines Reiki as a relaxation technique, which involves a Reiki practitioner gently placing one’s hands on a patient’s body, including the head, shoulders, arms, hands, knees, ankles, and feet. This light touch helps facilitate the body’s “relaxation response”. When the body is relaxed, it can more easily get in touch with its own natural ability to attain balance.

Our data, based on feedback from patients, family members, and staff members whom received Reiki sessions, as well as  outside research show that Reiki promotes relaxation, relieves stress and anxiety, reduces pain and fatigue, and improves overall quality of life.
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