I have been seeing Eleanor for about a year. She is not only professional but also deeply cares about her clients. In some very dark times Eleanor has always listened to me and I've found her treatments help me enormously. I can’t recommend her highly enough. Kind, patient, funny, sensitive and always there to help.
Reiki is a Japanese word meaning 'Universal energy.' In Eastern Medicine it is believed that this energy flows through all living things.In Japan the energy is called 'Ki', in China 'Chi' and in India 'Prana.' It is thought to be vital to well-being.
Reiki is a gentle therapy that is non-invasive and non-manipulatory. Reiki is not linked to any religous beliefs. It is a complementary therapy so it is used alongside conventional medicine.
Reiki can help the recipient to relax and and feel more in balance in their emotions and in their mind. Some find that it helps improve their general well-being. Many find it to be a positive experience.
In a Reiki treatment the recipient usually lies or sits down in a comfortable and peaceful place. The recipient does not need to remove any clothing. The Practitioner gently places their hands on the recipient on various areas of the body such as the head,shoulders and back. Most people find the treatment to be relaxing and pleasant. You may feel tingling and warmth or you may feel nothing - both of which are fine.
Some people find they feel benefits from a single Reiki treatment, however it is advisable to have a course of treatment. Reiki treatments with A Time for Balance are approximately one hour. Before the first treatment a full and thorough consultation is always carried out.This is to make sure that there are no conditions that may contraindicate treatment. It is also so that the client is treated in a holistic manner.
Eleanor of A Time for Balance has been attuned to Reiki for 8 years. She is a Reiki Master with a direct lineage to Mikao Usui.
In no way can Reiki replace conventional medicine. If you have an acute or infectious condition or have any urgent issues you should always seek advice from General Practitioner.