Welcome to Integrative Reiki & Wellness
Your path to healing for mind, body & spirit

Do you often feel stressed out?

Do you have trouble sleeping or maintaining your focus?

Do you ever experience compassion fatigue or feel burned out at work?

Is chronic pain or illness wearing you down?

Would you like to enjoy a greater sense of balance and well-being in your life?.


What is Reiki? 

Reiki (ray-key) is a natural complementary healing technique for stress-reduction and relaxation that promotes improved health and well-being. Originally developed in Japan, Reiki involves a combination of deep breathing, mindfulness meditation and light touch to help calm the mind and body, to help you feel better and function better, whether at home or at work. Regular treatments can be used as a tool for continued wellness or as part of an integrative health program to address illness or chronic disease.

Reiki is also a safe, gentle, and effective practice for self-care, and can also be used to bring comfort and healing to others in your life as well. 

Reiki treatments have been shown to help:

  • Reduce anxiety & depression
  • Manage chronic pain
  • Promote healing
  • Improve sleep
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Create an overall feeling of wellness
  • Ease life transitions
Because of Reiki's safe and gentle nature, it has been incorporated into integrative health programs at leading medical facilities around the country including the Cleveland Clinic, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Duke Integrative Medicine, Children's Hospital Boston, Johns Hopkins, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and many more.

In addition to being a useful technique for humans, Reiki has also been shown to benefit animals, and has been adopted in veterinary practices across the country as a safe and non-invasive complimentary therapy.

In animals, Reiki can also help to reduce stress, speed healing, and improve behavioral issues. Perhaps most importantly, it fosters a stronger bond of trust between animals and the humans who care for them.