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A Healer In Every Family

Why Not You?

Guidelines

Rei-Ki-Gong I, II & III - GUIDELINES

The Rei-Ki-Gong classes are very intense as we fill the agenda with a lot of energetic activity. It is recommended that you follow these guidelines for maximum benefit:
 
• Get good rest the night before the first day
• Eat breakfast no later than 8 AM on each day of the workshops
• Dress in loose fitting, comfortable clothing
• Dress in layers – weather permitting, we will be outdoors for part of the workshop
• Please don’t plan anything physically or emotionally demanding for either evening after the workshops. Try to plan a nice relaxing evening at home or some gentle social event if anything. You may not feel like doing ANYTHING but taking a nice bath and going to bed early. You may want to get some bulk seasalt for that bath.

WHAT TO EXPECT
• A diverse group of classmates
• An increase in your vitality, a reduction of stress, an improvement in clarity and balance
• Lunch, water and tea are provided

If you have food allergies, please make a note of that when you register. The lunch will NOT include beef, pork, dairy, pasta, white breads, other wheat products or foods high in sugars.

WORKSHOP AGENDA (BOTH DAYS)

• Introductions/or review
• Day’s Overview
• Qi-Gong
• Lunch Break

• Reiki Basics
• Meditation
• Attunements
• Reiki Treatments
• Closing
 
WHAT TO BRING

• A water bottle
• A teddy bear or other soft stuffed object/animal
• A journal if you wish – for documenting your own personal experience in the workshop
• A list of people or issues needing healing
• Healthy snacks only if you wish (for yourself) - PLEASE DO NOT BRING CANDY or other junk food

The book "Essential Reiki" by Diane Stein, recommended reading – not required