Reiki Sessions

Classified as a biofield or energy therapy by the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Reiki (RAY-key) is a form of energy work. Originating in the 1800's in Japan as a spiritual practice, it has emerged in the United States as a healing practice. The word Reiki means universal (Rei) life energy (Ki). During a Reiki session, you will lie on a massage table or sit comfortably and the Reiki practitioner will place their hands on or near the body, allowing the Reiki energy to flow. Other than removing your shoes, you remain fully clothed.

People most often report a feeling of full relaxation and warmth during and after a session. Reiki is offered in more than 800 hospitals and clinics throughout the country, most notably by the Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medicine, and locally through the IU Health Cancer, Health, and Wellness program.

The Reiki Path: Return to Source™

Return to Source™ Reiki Training was developed by Reiki Master Teacher Jai Miranda to provide traditional training rooted in the origins of Reiki. It is a multi-level, experiential program that takes a holistic approach to the study and practice of traditional Usui Reiki. It interleaves Reiki’s founder Mikao Usui's development of the Reiki system with the student's physical, emotional, and spiritual advancement.

Classes begin with an exploration of how Reiki can support wellbeing and move into an intensive program teaching Traditional Reiki Levels 1, 2, and 3 as well as an additional Master Teacher. Class sizes are kept intentionally small and only taught in person. We need time to practice Reiki, and so the initial levels are distributed over several weeks to afford practical time in between the class meetings.


Class Descriptions

Reiki for Self Care

This experiential class introduces the healing art of Reiki. You will learn meditation and energy balancing techniques easily integrated into any mindful practice. We explore a brief history of Reiki and its founder, Mikao Usui; and learn techniques for quieting the mind, controlling the breath, and coming to presence. This class is a foundation for all other Reiki Classes.

Reiki III- Master Level

Reiki III -Reiki Master (8 hr.) Reiki III is a deep and intensive cultivation of Reiki that prepares the student for lifetime mastery. We deepen the personal relationship with Reiki through individual practice and meditative self-care, learn more about offering Reiki for others, and explore how Reiki can be integrated into other healing and mindful practices. Students who have completed Reiki II and who successfully complete this class and additional study requirements earn Reiki III Certification and may identify as a Reiki Master.

Reiki I

Reiki I (two 4 hr. classes) Reiki I introduces fundamental meditative practices associated with Reiki, the history and origins of Reiki, the guiding principles, and explores the energetic learning process, energy centers in the body, and ways we can integrate Reiki into our self-care practice. Students successfully completing the requirements earn Reiki I Certification.

Reiki Master Teacher Training

Reiki Master Teacher Training Master Teacher Training is an individual mentorship and is by arrangement.

Reiki II - Practitioner Level

Reiki II – Reiki Practitioner (8 hr.) Reiki II Continues the exploration of the fundamental meditative practices and introduces the symbols and mantras as integral parts of the practice. Where Reiki I focuses on the development of the self, Reiki II helps the emerging practitioner learn how to offer Reiki for others, in person and at a distance. Students who have completed Reiki I and who successfully complete this class and additional study requirements earn Reiki II Certification and may identify as a Reiki Practitioner.

Crystal Healing for Reiki Practitioners

Crystal Healing for Reiki Practitioners This self-paced course includes five guided lessons including a consultation with the instructor at the end of each module, a crystal starter kit and a copy of Judy Hall's "The Crystal Bible"