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Reviews on Reiki Surry Hills are scattered all over the net, though I try to gather them here as the main library. Some clients leave reviews at my Bookwell listing (I suspect after a treatment, Bookwell asks them for a rating); others on my Google listing; and still more on my Facebook page.

Here are the latest from my Facebook page:

“First experience with Reiki today – wow – that was awesome! Can’t explain it – you just have to try it out for yourself!”

“Andy was a wonderful practitioner, explained what would happen during treatment. Made me feel comfortable and had an immediate calming effect. I would recommend Andy to friends and look forward to returning for another session.”

“I just had a wonderful experience with Andy today. The session made me feel very calm and relaxed and I felt the energy as heat and tingles. Especially as the session progressed I felt these sensations increase. It is hard to describe and something one needs to experience first hand to understand the feeling of relaxation and healing that Andy is able to create for you. I will definitely come back again.”

“I had a beautiful, relaxing experience with my treatment. On a personal level was very important to understand some things. Thank you.”

And then when I drew attention to these reviews on my Facebook page, a client sent me a message right away to tell me to add: “I’ve been sleeping like a baby for a week.”

Discover the gifts and benefits of a session of Japanese reiki therapy, healing energy from an experienced practitioner. Visit my website or Facebook page for more information and SMS, email, call me or book online if you’d like to make an appointment.
Clients come from all over Sydney to see me, and I’ve also had clients who are visiting Sydney from Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast come and see me while they’re here for business, conferences or meeting families. While it’s easiest to get to me from the CBD, Darlinghurst, Paddington, Kings Cross, Redfern and Potts Point, I’m pretty easy to get to from anywhere in Sydney.

So, what do you think ?