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Reiki Studies & Research: Clients

"Reiki has been increasingly offered as part of workplace wellness programs to address burnout and improve skills in healthcare and other industries, as well as in university wellness centers."

University of Minnesota


"The healing art is is being used in approximately 100 hospitals and clinics, including University Medical Center and the Arizona Cancer Center. It is sought as a complementary and alternative medicine technique, with anecdotal reports that it is highly effective in speeding patient healing."

University of Arizona


"This centuries-old practice involves light touch over different parts of the body in an ordered sequence. In one study, people who underwent Reiki sessions before cardiac catheterization reported feeling more confident, and their cardiologists said these patients were more relaxed and cooperative."

Harvard University


Check out post secondary schools that teach, facilitate and/or research Reiki to students and staff

Reiki Studies & Research: Clients

Mount Royal University

Reiki is a light-touch, holistic form of energy healing that invokes Universal Life Force energy to heal a wide range of health-related and personal problems. The practice of Reiki can be a life-changing experience for many, due not only to the healing energy itself, but also the principles Reiki teaches.


MacEwan University

"In Reiki Level I you are introduced to Reiki history and receive information regarding Reiki energy and its uses, the Reiki Code of Ethics and the five Reiki principles. You will learn hand positions during a practice session, where you will have the opportunity to both provide and receive Reiki."


Columbia University Medical Centre

"Reiki promotes relaxation, eases pain, and reduces anxiety and stress. It also assists the body in cleansing toxins and balances the flow of subtle energy. Most of our patients experience a warm, tingling sensation when receiving Reiki. Afterwards they report feeling calmer and less anxious. Many have diminished pain."

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