Self Healing

Level 1 .Self Healing course

The best way to understand reiki is to view it as our “experienced sense of being alive.” Reiki therapy is a gentle touch therapy that involves the placing of the therapist’s or patient’s hands on various locations on the patient’s body to promote relaxation and a sense of calm.

Treatments provided by trained reiki Master Therapists and patient- administered self-treatments have been found to be beneficial in supporting cancer patients’ healing journeys by:

  • Promoting relaxation
  • Increasing energy levels and reducing fatigue
  • Promoting an increased sense of positive well-being
  • Self-healing for tension, irritability, grief and anxiety.
  • Repairing damaged or cracked protective webs in the charkas to prevent future intrusions.
  • Extraction and disintegration of negative energies and patterns to dramatically accelerate the healing process.


“A ritual bath is one of the most powerful ways we can be our own healers,” shares Deborah Hanekamp, founder of Mama Medicine. “Even if you don’t have a bathtub, you can do one as a foot bath, bring a jar of the bath potion to wash yourself with it or even put the potion in a spray bottle and give yourself a gentle blessing with it from time to time.”


Breathwork is a powerful healing tool that you can do wherever you are with no materials or props needed — just your breath.“Breathwork is an active meditation technique that uses the breath to purge the body and nervous system of stuck emotional energy,”

“It is an efficient and effective way to emotionally detox. You can use it daily in place of a daily seated meditation practice, as this breathwork technique is designed to move your energy, change your emotional state, and connect you to your body. You may feel some vibration and tingling in the body as your energy gets flowing!”


“Sit somewhere comfortable and with minimal distraction (if possible), palms up or down resting on your knees, close your eyes and breathe. You can focus on your breath or listen to/say a mantra,”

“Meditation, is not about the quiet as much as it’s about flow. If you have a hard time doing that, learn a mantra or create an affirmation that resonates with you and repeat it to yourself and imagine it sinking into every part of you. Or even imagine your ‘happy place’ — what it smells like, what’s around you, etc. I also recommend keeping a journal near so you can note what thoughts or sensations come up.”