Reiki. Perhaps you’ve heard of it.
But what is Reiki?
Reiki is a natural form of therapy that originated in Japan in the late 19th century.
It uses non-invasive gentle touch to promote feelings of wellbeing.
Reiki (pronounced ‘ray-key’), is a form of therapy that aims to increase energy levels and promote relaxation and wellbeing.
The underlying philosophy of reiki is that if a person’s energy is low, they are more likely to be unwell or stressed.
If it is high, however, they are more capable of being happy and feeling well.
Many people who practice and participate in Reiki say it helps your body to feel more relaxed and peaceful.
More relaxed and peaceful. Does that sound like something you’re interested in?
If you work at BRHS and would like to give Reiki a try, here’s the perfect opportunity.
BRHS’ PHEW (Positive Health and Employee Wellbeing) crew has partnered with local Reiki practitioners to organise Reiki sessions for staff this Wednesday.
Wed. 23/10 – REIKI
15 minute Reiki sessions by local Reiki practitioners
Fraser Ward, Room 4
12:30 – 2:30 p.m
All staff are encouraged to come along!
It’s part of our “Make Time for a Healthy Mind” campaign – a series of pop-up events, demonstrations and info sessions on all kinds of things related to health, wellbeing and mindfulness.
For more info about Make Time for a Healthy Mind Month, and PHEW, contact Mardi McLaughlin on ext. 66619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.