Reiki for Children

Reiki Energy healing for children is a safe and non invasive healing method. Reiki helps the body shift from sympathetic (fight-or-flight) anxiety mode into parasympathetic (rest and digest) mode. The session helps to enhance your child’s body’s own self-healing response-assisting the body in releasing deep-seated tensions, aiding in detoxification, and balancing mental and emotional states. Energized crystals are used to enhance the healing process and cleanse negative energy.

What happens during a Reiki Session?

During the Reiki session, the client will be lying on a table (fully clothed). The Reiki Healer, at about 6 inches above the client’s body, will scan your body with her hands looking for energy blockages in the chakras (energy centers of the body). After the body has been scanned, the healer will position her hands on or near any areas that need attention or healing. The Reiki healing experience is unique to every individual. Commonly, people feel very relaxed and may feel a tingling or temperature change (heat/cold) where the practitioner’s hands are.

After the session, your child’s body will “detox” any unwanted energy; you will want to make sure that your child is well hydrated. It’s a good idea to drink water before the session as well.

Benefits of Reiki for Children

  • Enhance Calmness and promotes a feeling of inner peace
  • Improve Sleep and Relaxation
  • Relieves Stress, Anxiety, Phobias and Fears
  • Enhances relaxation and improve sleep
  • Improves focus & Concentration in class and when taking test
  • Manages Hyperactivity and self regulation
  • Pain relief and relax sore muscles

Who would Benefit from Reiki?

Children with Anxiety, stress and other fears
Children with Anger issues and Mood swings
Children with Insomnia, and other sleep related issues.
Children with issues related to Focus and Concentration
Children with diagnosis of ADHD or ADD
Children with sensory processing disorders and Autism spectrum
Children with OCD and ODD
Children with pain and sore/tight muscles
Children with Behavioral Issues