1st Degree Reiki Class
$245.00 – $250.00
Classes sizes are limited to allow for social distancing. All participants are to remain masked until further notice.
1st Degree Reiki Class Curriculum:
This 1st Degree Reiki class is all about being able to channel Reiki energy and gaining some understanding around it. The emphasis in Reiki 1 is on the physical. An introduction in the science of energy and Reiki, as well as the history of Reiki is presented. The student receives energetic attunements that enable them to channel the Reiki energy.
Students learn the first of 5 Reiki symbols, and how to apply it for a wide variety of practical uses. Introductory information on the chakras, their place in the Reiki session, and how to treat them is practiced. Specific protocols and hand positions are taught which allow the practitioner to give effective Reiki treatments in a variety of situations, to others, for self-treatment, as well as for animals, plants, etc. Scanning is introduced.
Each student gives and receives a full Reiki session, and learns specific self-care aids, meditations, and ways to apply Reiki to your every day life. Everyone leaves grinning, connected to something much more than they ever imagined!
1st Degree Reiki Class Schedule:
Class starts at 10:00 am and will end somewhere between 4:00 - 5:00 pm both Saturday & Sunday. The ending time varies as each group has it's own unique timing and flow. Sometimes we will end early, however we will not stay late.
Please come early. The doors will open at 9:40 am to allow you to get situated, grab some tea or water to drink, and get comfortable.
We will take a 30 - 45 minute break for lunch. During this time you won't have time to leave to get a lunch and get back in time, so bring a lunch and snacks with you. We have a tea bar with a variety of choices, and filtered water for you to drink. The kitchen is available to students if you need the fridge, stove, or utensils. Please note there is not a microwave.
I look forward to teaching you the wonderful power of Reiki!
Sept 25, 26, 2021, Oct 30, 31, 2021, Jan 8, 9, 2022, Feb 12, 13, 2022, March 5, 6, 2022, April 16, 17, 2022, May 7, 8, 2022, June 11, 12, 2022
Numerous efforts have been put in place to keep everyone safe!
Class sizes have been limited to 6 students or less. Each student has their own couch or stuffed chair to sit on. Everyone is at least 6 feet apart, and everyone remains masked. Hand sanitizer is stationed around the class areas.
I have a ductless air system along with a separate fan going, which means only fresh air is being brought into the room, rather than sitting in circulated air. The windows are cracked open a bit for additional fresh flow of air, according to current guidelines. I also have an industrial quality ozonator, as there are significant studies demonstrating the efficacy of O’zone against viruses, including specifically COVID-19.
Prior to the students’ arrival, all the surfaces are disinfected – door knobs, door jams, countertops, tables, chairs, etc. Prior to the class date I check with each student to confirm they can answer the standard questions regarding Covid exposure and symptoms.
Upon arrival each person, one at a time, has their temperature taken as I provide a squirt of sanitizer, and time
given for that person to get situated before the next student enters.
When the students are practicing with each other the tables are 6′ apart, the recipient lays face down, and the face cradle is specially wrapped for additional safety, according to new guidelines. The practitioners stand no closer to the head than alongside the elbow of the recipient. Hands are sanitized before and after each exchange.