What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced “Ray-Key”) is a simple Japanese energy-balancing method that is used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. It is most well known as a sort of hands-on treatment technique, and many people have regular treatments.

Where is it from?

Reiki was developed by a man called Mikao Usui in the early 1900's in Japan and people use Reiki for self healing, for spiritual- or self-development, and to treat others. Reiki practitioners carry out meditations, treat themselves, and follow a set of simple spiritual principles called 'precepts'. Reiki is not a religion.

What can Reiki do?

Anyone can benefit from a course of Reiki treatments, no matter what your age or your state of health, and beneficial changes can take place over a fairly short space of time.

Reiki can produce:

• Deep relaxation

• Reduced stress and anxiety

• Boosted energy levels

• A feeling of inner calm, contentment and serenity

• A speeding up of the natural healing process

Reiki can also help you to:

• Feel more positive, confident and better able to cope

• Deal better with stressful people and difficult situations

• Develop a strong sense of purpose and clear-thinking

• Remove some of the 'clutter' from your life

• Enjoy a better quality of life

Reiki treatments

Receiving Reiki from a practitioner is a simple process. The client lies on a treatment table and the practitioner will gently lay their hands on the body in a series of hand positions on the head, torso, and legs, sometimes hovering the hands rather than touching. Each hand position is held for a few minutes. During the treatment, energy (called “chi”) is drawn through the practitioner into the recipient, helping to produce a state of balance. The recipient remains clothed throughout the session.

What might I feel?

Deep relaxation, heat from the practitioner's hands, perhaps tingling, a feeling of floating or sinking, or perhaps nothing at all. It varies a lot from one person to another. But no matter what you feel during your treatment, Reiki is giving you what you need.

How many Reiki Treatments do I need?

While a one-off Reiki treatment will do something beneficial for you, bringing a sense of calm and peacefulness, and maybe producing some short-term physical benefits too, the best results come through having a course of treatments, maybe 4-6 sessions at weekly intervals.

The effects of Reiki build up cumulatively and having a course of treatments helps to produce long-term beneficial changes for you on many levels.


Naomi Hill


Naomi Hill is an Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist, who is also a qualified practitioner in NLP, Reiki and Hopi Ear Candling (Thermo Auricular Therapy). She is the only licensed practitioner of the Hypno-Band system currently registered in South Ayrshire to carry out treatments at this time, and is able to offer a wide range of other therapeutic services, including a 6 week weight management programme, smoking cessation, sports performance enhancement, and treatment for phobias and anxiety/depression.

She uses a combination of NLP, cognitive-behavioural and hypnosis techniques to provide a tailor-made treatment plan to tackle a variety of health issues, and will also provide clients with CDs as part of therapy, to listen to outside of sessions. She will also be offering appointments to clients during the week at our Wellington Square offices and is comprehensively insured, is a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) and holds a full disclosure certificate, enabling her to work with vulnerable adults and children.

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