Here’s a different than usual blog post! I’m also a musician as well as a reiki practitioner and I’ve played piano and written songs for many years. So I consider the music that I play during my treatments very important. I want it to be beautiful and restful, calming and relaxing, and maybe even a

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Are you a fan of reiki? Well, this post might not be for you, as it’s actually about the fan in my reiki room? Why? Well, it’s never failed to surprise me how many clients comment on the fan. After the lanterns in the hallway (which I should write about sometime too), clients always make

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The most common reason clients come for a reiki treatment is for anxiety. So I found this recent New York Times article by Alicia Clarke interesting: how can we harness anxiety and see it as something that is useful? https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/16/well/mind/how-to-harness-your-anxiety.html The article says that too much anxiety isn’t healthy, but no anxiety at all is

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SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM ALERT SCAM It’s a strange topic for a blog at Reiki Surry Hills, but maybe by making it public, I hope I can help out some other reiki practitioners, or other small businesses. In March, I

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It’s always interesting for me to get feedback from my clients after their treatments. It can give you an idea of the range of results you might experience after a treatment, though at the same time, I hope it doesn’t set up particular expectations. Everyone’s experience is different! Here’s a recent sampling: “I feel like

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I received some very special feedback a while ago which I’d like to share with you: “I have to tell you, you have helped to save my sanity. And I believe you have turned my life around. Thank you. The healing session itself released a whole ocean of stress, and replaced it with peace and

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