History of Reiki​

Reiki is an ancient healing technique which was rediscovered in Japan in 1922 by Dr. Mikao Usui. “Reiki” is the Japanese word for the concept of Universal Life Force Energy. While in the process of developing the Reiki system, Dr. Usui summarized a set of ethical principles, which later became known as The 5 Principles of Reiki, taken from Buddhist teachings.

Today, in hospitals and clinics across America, Reiki is beginning to gain acceptance as a meaningful and cost-effective way to improve patient care. This healing form of energy movement is being used in hospitals throughout the Tri-State and the country. Reiki accelerates recovery from surgery, improves mental attitude and reduces the negative effects of medication and other medical procedures.

The 5 Principles of Reiki

Client Testimonials

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When I first started working with Karen I couldn't touch my toes. I had herniated a disc more than a year before and not only was my body tight and stiff, but I was afraid to re-injure myself. Karen came to my house every week for 3 months. We started with gentle yoga, stretching, and continued with Reiki Sessions. Now I am back to turning cartwheels, golfing, and advanced yoga classes. The mental and spiritual components Karen guides you with, her patience and kindness, along with her incredible knowledge of how the human body works, brought me back to life. I'm in better shape now that I ever was! Thank you Karen!
Kacey Morabito-Grean
Cold Spring, NY
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Miracles happen with Reiki therapy ~ I have known Karen for a number of years and can say she is really passionate about how Reiki can improve a person's well being. I was suffering chronic back pain for about a month, and at its worst, on Labor Day weekend 2013. I called Karen in tears. She started with Distant Reiki Therapy. I immediately felt better. Then she came over to my home to do a hands-on Reiki session. It should be documented as A Miracle Healing. I was 100% pain free and still am 2 days later!
Jacquelyn Darling
Peekskill, NY