Reiki

Reiki is a non-invasive therapy, said to use energy flow from the Reiki practiioner's hands, when placed on or near the recipient.

 

It is gentle by nature and is suitable for all. Anyone can benefit from Reiki as it covers a wide range of conditions and is said to compliment and enhance other forms of treatment. However, it should not be regarded as a cure or a substitute for other treatments.

 

Benefits of Reiki

  • Deep relaxation, relieving symptoms of stress and tension

  • Reduced fatigue

  • A positive impact on mood and performance

  • A general sence of good health and wellbeing

 

Reiki may be used on the whole of the body or on localised ares to a specific part of the body. 

What happens during Reiki?

 

You will remain fully clothed and be asked to lie on a massage couch. 

Your therapist will then take a few moments with you to enter a calm state. They will place their hands on or near various parts of your body which include the head, torso, knees and feet. The hands will remain in each position for up to three minutes before moving on to the next position. 

You may feel warmth, tingling and a feeling of deep relaxation. 

 

Reiki is used to stimulate natural re-balancing. We recommend you try to rest and enjoy the overall sense of wellbeing. Any tiredness or lack of concentration will pass quickly. 

 

Your sleep pattern will improve, becoming heavier. 

 

We recommend you drink plenty of water to flush away toxins after your treatment. Avoid alcohol and tobacco for at least 24 hours. 

 

 

Contact Us

Telephone: 01206 255 108

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Address

The Great Bentley Retreat

5-7 Beaver House 

Plough Road Centre

Plough Road

Great Bentley 

Colchester

Essex

CO7 8LG

 

Beaver House is located on the Plough Road Business Centre, opposite the Great Bentley Village Hall, to the left of the Bentley Fire Shop.

The Retreat is a short walk from the train station and has parking at the front and rear of the building. Disabled access via ramp and wide door access is available at the rear of the building. 

There are hourly trains that go directly to Great Bentley from Colchester Town, Clacton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the-Naze.