Reiki at Work

Having worked in an office based job, in Finance, for many years in London, I realised how stressful it can be and how little time we have to relax and do the things that we really love to do.


Everyone in the work place can benefit from Reiki.


Reiki is a form of healing energy that is transferred from a certified Reiki Master/Practitioner, to heal the body, mind, and spirit. Reiki is not a religion, but it is a holistic therapy. Reiki is not a massage. It's safe without side effects and promotes relaxation, clears toxins, and enhances positive feeling, fights stress, prevent absenteeism and low energy. Reiki offers a very peaceful and relaxing experience that complements other medical care and health practices.


What happens during a Reiki session?

Each session lasts from 30 min up to 45 min (depending on the client’s needs and business demands).

During the session, the client is fully clothed, and the Reiki practitioner can either put their hands on or just above the person.

Reiki treatments are individually tailored, allowing one person at a time to benefit from it.

Reiki treatments can be booked from 10am to 5pm on Monday and Friday, and from 5pm to 7pm on Tuesday and Thursday.


It is important to allocate a quiet space or room in the workplace, where Reiki treatments can be conducted (this room needs to be booked or reserved only for Reiki, preventing other people or noise from disturbing the sessions).

The room needs to be big enough to encompass a massage table and all mobile phone must be turned off.


Benefit to the employer:

Increases attendance

Improves productivity and mental clarity

Relieves stress and tension in the workplace

Show commitment to employees and their well being


Benefits to employees:

Improves concentration

Relieves stress and tension

Relieves physical and mental fatigue

Increases energy and improves outlook

Creates calm and peaceful feelings