Reiki in East Sussex and Kent
Reiki is a natural healing energy, which is non-invasive and aims to treat you holistically and restore homeostasis. Art of Wellbeing offers reiki treatments in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Energy is channelled via the hands which are placed on or over you.
The energy helps to activate the body’s natural balance of the body/mind/spirit complex and goes to wherever it is needed. Blocked energy can be released, cleansing toxins, working to create a state of balance. Reiki can engender a greater inner harmony and balance with regular reiki sessions being reported as promoting a calmer response to life’s challenges. Benefits reported by clients and patients include deep relaxation.
Reiki’s gentle energy is easily adapted to most medical conditions and may be safely used by people of all ages, including the newborn, surgical patients, the elderly and those in pain.
Being complementary, reiki works well effectively alongside orthodox healthcare as well as natural remedies which expands treatment options. Reiki is not an alternative to conventional medicine. It is recommended that you should always consult your GP prior to treatment.
Please do get in touch and book an initial chat with Kim. Sessions take place in Eastbourne in East Sussex. Learn more about Kim’s experience and way of working and the other therapies offered.
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What can Reiki help with?
Kim supports adults, teenagers and children of all ages and backgrounds who are experiencing various difficulties. See a list of Kim’s experience and specialisms below:
anxiety, generalised anxiety disorder, relationship issues, depression, panic disorder, family issues, phobias, feeling sad, affairs and betrayals, separation and divorce, bipolar disorder, addiction(s), seasonal affective disorder (sad), postnatal depression, abuse, bereavement, personality disorders, alcoholism, low self-esteem, child related issues, low self-confidence, emotional abuse, anger management, eating disorders drug abuse, sexual abuse, depression and anxiety in children, sex addiction, stress, borderline personality disorder, sex problems, binge-eating disorder, gambling, behaviour problems, post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd), internet addiction, loneliness, trauma, anorexia nervosa, separation anxiety, childhood bullying, smoking, suicidal thoughts, childhood bereavement, attachment disorder in children, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd), hoarding, children’s learning difficulties, work-related stress, physical abuse, self-harm, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, sexuality, attachment disorder, career, autism, cancer, abortion, chronic fatigue syndrome/me, disabilities, passive aggressive behaviour, bullying, infertility, pregnancy and birth, domestic violence, adoption, learning difficulties, miscarriage, carer support, young carers, spirituality, psychosis, discrimination, mental health, redundancy.