Reiki Treatments with a reiki master in Finchley, North London
My name is Juliusz. I am a reiki master / teacher in the London Borough of Barnet, North London with many years of experience working with clients in giving energy healing treatments.
I am also a qualified and practising psychotherapist and lawyer, giving me a solid grounding in all aspects of the human condition and the corporate and business worlds.
My reiki practice, where treatments are given by me, a reiki master in the London Borough of Barnet, North London, is based in Finchley, North London, a few minutes walk from Finchley Central tube station and is within easy reach of North Finchley, Whetstone and Totteridge, Barnet, Highgate, Hampstead as well as central London.
I am used to working with clients presenting with conditions ranging from stress and low mood to cancer.
Whilst no claim for cure can be made, clients generally acknowledge a direct benefit following reiki treatments. Energy healing helps the body to rebalance and faclitates healing. Clients may feel heat or cold during a treatment, which is normal, and reflects the vibration of the healing energy that flows during a treatment.
In addition to helping the body to heal the process of a session is generally very relaxing, allowing the client to find a degree of peace and calm in a stressful world. Reiki is very helpful in seeking to relieve stress.
It is a privilege to be a reiki master in North London and to be able to assist clients with their wellbeing.
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If you are interested in a reiki course please email me to register your interest.
If you are a reiki practitioner and interested in a reiki share group please let me know.
I am also a master teacher member of the UK Reiki Federation, a professional governing body for the practice of reiki and which sets professional standards. All members of the UK Reiki Federation are required to continually seek to become better practitioners by engaging with continuing professional development (amongst other things), and which is monitored each year.