Jikiden Reiki – Shoden and Okuden

Level 1 (Shoden – means “first teaching”) includes 3 sessions, to be completed in two half-days.

You will learn basic techniques, including:

  • The objectives of Jikiden Reiki
  • The history of Reiki – Mr.Usui’s life, Reiki’s origin
  • The history of Jikiden Reiki – Sensei Yamaguchi’s life
  • Gokai – the 5 Reiki Principles in Japanese
  • The concept of Byosen
  • Other techniques (besides using hands)
  • The first Shirushi (symbol)
  • Learn and practice Ketsueki Kokan (blood circulation technique)
  • Reiki Mawashi (a method used to feel the Reiki energy flowing)
  • Hatsurei-Ho (a method used to practice Reiki at home)
  • Reiki practice/group treatment, self treatment
  • You will receive 3 Reiju (attunements)

Level2 (Okuden) includes 2 sessions, to be completed in one day or two half-days.

You will receive 2 reiju (attunements). You will learn about:

  • Reviewing contents of Shoden level
  • The second Shirushi (symbol)
  • A treatment used to help psychological issues
  • The Jumon
  • distant healing
  • practicing
  • Reiki Kokan, a candle ceremony introduced by Hayashi sensei

Instructor: Nerissa (“Shihan” – Certified Instructor of the Jikiden Reiki Institute)

Schedule :

Next workshop in Hong Kong (English) Workshop in Singapore (Coming Soon)
Workshop conducted in Cantonese Workshop in Taipei (Coming Soon)

Tuition fee: (The tuition fee includes text book, one English certificate and one certificate in Japanese, issued by Jikiden Reiki Institute in Japan)

Shoden – HK$2,900 Okuden – HK$3,100

Shoden and Okuden – HKD6,000  / SGD1,200 / TWD 28,000

Location:

Hong Kong – 16/F Jing Long Commercial Building, 52 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (Radiant Love Center)

Taiwan and Singapore – to be determined

Enquiry/enrolment: Please call (852) 2838 2988 or complete the following contact form to obtain the latest course information and tuition fee, and we shall reply a.s.a.p. You can also visit www.jikidenreikihk.com for more information.

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