Energy is everywhere. It is all around us. It is the most basic building block of life. Energy flows through everything and creates everything.

In my energetic healing session*, I incorporate Reiki, Chakra Balancing, Vibration, Crystal Healing & the Golden Orb Deeksha blessings with a meditative & visualization approach, that can further suspend the body into the parasympathetic mode, alleviating ailments such as stress & anxiety. The body knows how to heal itself and with energetic healing we work with the body’s energy into restoring & healing itself.

Reiki is an energy healing technique that uses “hands-on” and also “hands-off” healing. This technique can assist in relieving or reducing pain and discomfort by balancing the body’s energy centers, more commonly known as the chakras. It is a natural process that supports relaxation and healing by removing blocks to the flow of energy in your body and facilitates balance and support on all levels. 

It's important to note that our expectations of healing play a big role in the psychological and physical benefits we experience during any energy work. If you believe and visualize the therapy would help you, research has found that it can stimulate real physiological responses including changes in heart rate, blood pressure and even chemical activity in the brain that decreases pain, anxiety and fatigue.

As a practitioner, my responsibility is to simply act as a conduit for Universal energy in order to help healing take place optimally, so that your body can heal itself.

Energetic healing session will serve you in:

  • facilitation of much-needed relief from tension, stress sadness, grief, and pain
  • clearing any energetic blockages for a flow of clarity & creativity
  • bringing your body back in balance & harmony
  • raising the vibrational frequency of the body, mind & spirit
  • helping your spiritual growth & emotional clearing
  • learning how to protect & seal your own energy

*Energetic Healing is not a substitute for medical attention of doctors & therapists, but rather a complementary practice of a somatic experience