Reiki Training on April 29!

I still have room for 2-3 more people to join my Reiki I Training on Sunday, April 29! Learn to use Reiki healing energy to reduce pain and stress, heal distressing emotions, boost your creativity, help friends and family members (including companion animals!) with tension and stress, and become more attuned to energy and intuition in general!

Reiki (pronounced “ray-key”) is an ancient healing technique rediscovered in the late 1800s in Japan by a monk named Mikao Usui. Reiki is a system of healing through touch, using the body’s natural energy flow and chakras (energy centers) to promote whole-person wellness. Reiki is a healing art which works to release pain, tension, and anxiety. It is a subtle, non-invasive healing modality, which can yield powerful shifts in energy on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels.

In your training for level one Reiki Certification, you will…

  • learn the history and significance of Reiki in both the US and Japan
  • be attuned to give Reiki to yourself and others
  • learn the basic Usui positions as well as learn to follow your intuition
  • consider boundaries and ethics regarding energywork and touch in general
  • become aware of the way you interact with Reiki energy
  • learn tools for sensing, intuiting, and understanding the energy body

By the end of this class, you will be a Reiki I Practitioner.  If you are a bodywork practitioner, this class satisfies WA State Dept. of Health continuing education credits. (Note: you need not be a bodywork practitioner to take this training. Anyone can take it and benefit!)

Date: Sunday, April 29, 2012 • Time: 9am – 6pm
(with a one-hour lunch break).
Location: Rising Bird Healing Arts
(home business in the Roosevelt District of Seattle)
Credit Hours: 8
Cost: $250
To Register: Reserve your spot using PayPal here! (No need to have a PayPal account to use the system.)

About Courtney Putnam

I first came to healing work through art and writing. Creating collage art and poetry in particular allowed me to deeply understand the benefit of self-expression in the healing process. But, I also began to see the benefit of bodywork (manual work in the form of massage and energywork in the form of Reiki) as keys to unlocking the emotional stresses we hold in our bodies. I became a Reiki practitioner in 2002, received an MFA in Creative Writing in 2003, received my massage license in the spring of 2006, and became a Reiki Master in 2010. In my practice I bring together these three areas -- the body, the mind, and the spirit (or energy body) -- so others may experience profound and positive change in their lives.
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