Are there different types of Reiki?

Oh, yes. Last count was that 90 different types of Reiki exist. The “traditional” based Reiki is medical/clinical at its core. We have heard about Bicycling Reiki, Angelic Reiki and so on. Reiki is to empower us to connect mind and body. 

This is why we discuss the origin of Reiki and how Western and Eastern Reiki differs. We cannot know someone’s walk or purpose in this life. We cannot diagnose or tell people what they should or should not do. Jikiden Reiki works with byosen. 

What are some misconceptions that people have about a business like yours?

Many misconceptions occur when Reiki is searched on the web. As for the Reiki Center, we state the following: 

“We do not diagnose or SEE anything. We do not shuffle cards. We are not clairvoyant. We do not hypnotize, and we are not healers.”

Our Center focuses on Traditional Reiki that is an acceptable and beneficial modality within the clinical and medical environment. 

How many employees do you have and what are their roles?

All of the therapists and practitioners are Independent Contractors with the same drive and passion—to bring integrative care to wellness and quality of life to our community. The therapists, practitioners and volunteers assist us with community projects to educate and demonstrate Reiki, Massage, and Essential Oils to the public.

Currently, we have three Licensed Massage Therapists, four Reiki practitioners, eleven Reiki volunteers, and three Essential Oils Technique practitioners.

Does Insurance pay for any of these services?

At the present time, we have had several clients use the Health Saving Account MAY reimburse for services. This is always a question for the specific carrier and financial institution.

How often do I need a session or therapy?

We will tell you that you need to listen to your body; it will direct your answer. Our clients have a variation of time between sessions. 

**No modality at the Reiki Center can take the place of Traditional Medicine. These modalities are an integrative part of your medical treatment and are not to be used in place of them. Always get your medical advice from a qualified medical professional such as your Primary Care Physician.