Reiki - Level 2b (REI2b)
REIKI Level 2b is a NEW ‘Guest’ Course written and presented by Reiki Master, Annabel Fox.
Annabel was traditionally trained in Australia through the 'Reiki Hands and Feet Foundation' and offers all level of Reiki training from level one through to Masters/Teachers.
Reiki is a Japanese technique that is used for stress-reduction and relaxation. It may be used and combined with other therapies such as massage, meditation, yoga, etc.
We also offer a Course in Combining Reiki & Massage under Annabel's expert guidance.
This Course follows on from our Reiki Levels 1 and 2a, for those who wish to be able to attain the Reiki Practitioner Qualification.
Please note: We do accept students on a case by case basis who might have already completed their levels 1 and 2a with a tutor in the past but who, for whatever reason, have not been practicing their Reiki for some time. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Course numbers are intentionally kept small to facilitate each student having individual attention. Presently, we only schedule these courses in Dorset as the ambience of the venue is so appropriate for the Course.
If you are interested in this course please contact us for dates.
Studies commence at 10.00 a.m. and finish at 5.00 p.m.
Reiki 2b is a 1 day course which, together with Case-studies undertaken, enables you to become a Reiki Practitioner qualified to work on members of the public. Advice and guidance regarding insurance and membership of Professional Organisations will be given during the Course.
Benefits to self and clients include:
- Reduced anxiety/depression
- Improved sleep & digestion
- Stronger self-esteem
- Greater self-awareness
- Heightened intuition
- Support during radiation & chemotherapy
- Support during recovery from substance-abuse
- Accelerated surgical recovery.
There will be ample opportunities to ask questions and share experiences.
Certificates of Qualification are awarded to completing Students
Many Associations accept our Courses for CPD including the IFPA (12 Category ‘B’ points).