Learn to calm your chaos and be happy!
Sylvia is a qualified Relaxation Therapist that specialises in Reiki, Medical Qi Gong and mindfulness techniques to help bring about a state of harmony. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge to help others de-stress and be happy & her programs are suitable for beginners through to advanced Reiki healers.
When you learn Reiki, you discover innate abilities that foster healing physical pain, mental and emotional trauma, help build and strengthen relationships, and learn to release stress as you calm your chaos.
Sylvia loves teaching healers to be better healers and her trainings are designed to help you strengthen your knowledge and understanding of our physical and spiritual nature and gives you the confidence to be a successful Reiki healer.
Traditional Usui Reiki Ryoho is taught in 3 stages:
- Shoden Reiki 1
- Okuden Reiki 2
- Shinpiden Reiki 3
In addition to the 3 cornerstone teachings of Reiki, you can also learn deeper teachings on the cause behind illness and physical imbalance as well as the deeper mystical spiritual teachings.
When you study Reiki you learn to recognise how stress is impacting your life on a physical, emotional and mental level and you will be guided to release stress and live a more happy and content life.
Our courses are designed to teach Reiki for beginners, all the way through to advanced teachings in Reiki concepts. I also offer programs that teach you how to be a better healer with an in-depth look at various concerns, their emotional meaning and how best to treat these with Reiki.
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