Reiki (ray-key) is an ancient holistic energy method of deeply relaxing and restoring the body, mind and spirit to its natural state of wellbeing.
Scientific studies of energy, whether in the
diagnostic forms of EEGs and fMRIs or in
modalities such as Reiki and acupuncture,
are helping us to better understand how energy
can heal us.
Many hospitals, such as The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center for research and treatment in New York City, offer Reiki pre and post surgically as it has been demonstrated to relieve anxiety, reduce pain, increase healing, and decrease patient hospital time.
A one-on-one Reiki session is approximately one hour long. The practitioner uses gentle touch or no touch while the fully clothed
client relaxes on a comfortable massage table with soft lights and music, if desired. Clients usually experience deep
relaxation and feelings of peace and wellbeing. Reiki may also be used to calm, balance and assist in the healing of pets.
An Attunement and How I Can Learn Reiki
The ability to use Reiki for oneself and others is transferred to the student from the Reiki Master/Teacher in one of the three Levels of Reiki Attunements during a workshop where participants learn how to offer Reiki as a practitioner.
Level I Attunement
Use the Reiki energy for helping to heal
yourself and others, including pets.
Level II Attunement
Learn the Reiki symbols and offer long
Level III Master/Teacher Attunement
Learn to teach and Attune others to
Reiki Sessions Are Offered Locally.
Reiki Attunements Are Offered For Groups
Locally and in Other Locations.
Fees for Reiki may be found under Payment & Pricing.
Diane Hecht is a Reiki Level III Master/Teacher
of the original Usui Shiki Ryoho Traditional
System of Natural Healing of Dr. Mikao Usui of
Japan. She also holds a Karuna Reiki Master
from William Lee Rand of the International Center
for Reiki Training.