What is Medical Reiki? Medical Reiki is simply Reiki practice used in hospitals and other health care institutions to address a medical problem and promote wellness. This can help bolster your nursing and caregiver intuition regarding patient care and make a lasting impact on that patient's experience.
Reiki is a bio energetic system for stress relief. It helps the central nervous system down regulate and relax the body allowing the patient to move into the rest, digest, and repair state. It moves the body towards balance and self healing and away from stress.
Reiki also helps you as a health care professional by moving you into a state of balance. It also helps give you more energy so you are less prone to exhaustion and burnout. By doing Reiki for self care, it enables you to care for your patients with more energy and focus.
Some benefits of learning Reiki and results that can happen:
An easier flow to your routines, responsibilities and your personal life.
More easily locate a vein when inserting an IV.
Use Reiki in the recovery room to help the patient recover faster and gentler.
Enhances your intuition helping to know when to re-check a patient or paperwork.
Provides a supportive environment in the patient’s room for enhanced healing.
Relaxes patients before surgery.
Less worry and anxiousness over a diagnosis.
The form of Reiki being taught is Practical Reiki a user friendly form of Reiki. If you are looking for and needing continuing education credits, this class offers 8 CEUs approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing.
In today's workplace, you are expected to do more with less resources in a shorter amount of time. Medical Reiki is an excellent simple practice you can learn quickly and easily to improve not only your patients' quality of life but your own quality of life too!
The course is a great addition for anyone doing caregiving: nurses, assisted living staff, chaplains, in-home care providers, midwives, dulas.
This CE activity, OLN-S-1802-16, being offered by The Reiki Awakening Academy (taught by Judith Wade) has been approved for 8.0 contact hours by the Ohio Board of Nursing through the approver unit at the Ohio League for Nursing (OBN-006- 92) and this program is approved to be offered through February 28, 2018