O F F E R I N G
E N E R G Y H E A L I N G
Energy healing is about removing any blockages to let the energy flow. It is a gentle technique that releases any physical, emotional and mental tensions. It allows you to feel inner peace and access to your true self. Energy doesn’t bother about time and location… The healing can occur in a past event and can be done remotely.
R E I K I
As a Reiki Master, I use reiki as an energy healing technique. “Rei” means spiritual intelligence, and “Ki” means life force energy. Reiki has been founded in Japan in the early 1920s by Mika Usui. During a reiki session, you would experience a deep relaxation that allows the activation of your body’s natural healing abilities. In addition to the benefits mentioned in the Energy Healing section, reiki energy healing helps you to receive guidance and clarity to discover your inner light.
C O A C H I N G
Coaching tools help you to formulate a clear intention, and set and monitor your well-being goals. It acts as a support to the energy work. It will help you navigate peacefully and meaningfully through your daily life, enhancing your communication skills and improving your relationships.
A S A N A
M E D I T A T I O N
Meditation is used to offer deep relaxation before the energy healing and enhance your inner peace. It’s an efficient stress buster. The practice of meditation can be done through different techniques such as visualization, mindfulness.
“Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there.”
Pranayama is a yogic practice that means breathing control. Prana means life force energy (like ki in Japanese) and Yama means control. Practicing pranayama is conscious breathing. It is an efficient way of reducing stress and being fully present.
“Whenever you are conscious of the breath, you are absolutely present. You may also notice that you cannot think and be aware of your breathing. Conscious breathing stops your mind.” – Eckhart Tolle
Asana is a yogic physical practice. Asanas are the body postures (e.g. trikonasana (triangle pose)), as we often see as the practice of yoga. As a qualified yoga teacher, I sometimes teach asanas during wellness sessions to enhance physical and emotional healing.