Reiki Therapy with Colour

Reiki means 'Universal Life Force Energy'. This energy is referred to as 'ki' in Japan, 'chi' in China & 'prana' in India. Reiki is a gentle yet powerful practice to direct this flow of energy to the client in order to facilitate deep relaxation & promote feelings of well being. Carrie is a Reiki Master & uses her specialism of Colour & Essences to further empower the theraputic process. Reiki is non-diagnostic and non-invasive so it is suitable for all. It may be particularly beneficial in helping stress, anxiety, sleep problems & supporting people undergoing conventional medical treatment.

Carrie has worked for many years as a reiki Therapist for the 'Coping with Cancer Charity' that provides home therapy visits for people with a cancer diagnosis and their families.


Carrie is registered with The UK Reiki Federation to treat & teach. Cost of therapy Sessions £35 (£28 for low income clients) Please enquire for details on training in Reiki (or see the 'Reiki Training') on how to learn Reiki via 1 or 2 day workshops.   


What people are saying about Reiki:

' I am recovering well from the op, and in fact the physio said last week he was "amazed" at how well I am, which I think is a wonderful vindication of the power of Reiki. Quite a few friends are now talking about it with great interest! The week after the op was very painful and Reiki really did help me so much. '


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Advanced Master Scaning of Energy Field & use of Colour

The best available evidence suggests that Reiki & therapeutic touch may be useful in the following ways:

  • To contribute to pain relief (Keller and Bzdek 1986) (Gordon eta al 1998) (Neate & Neate 2001) (Benor 2001) (Hills & Taylor 2002)
  • To promote relaxation (Krieger et al 1979, Heidt 1981, Quinn 1982, Wardell & Engerretson 2001,  Neate & Neate 2001)
  • To improve sleep (Braun et al 1986, Hills & Taylor 2003)
  • To reduce tension stress and anxiety (Heidt 1981, Quinn 1982, Olsen 1992, Hallett 1996, Neate & Neate 2001, Wardel & Engerretson 2001, Hills & Taylor 2003)
  • To provide emotional and or spiritual support  (Hallett 1996, Hallet 2000, Neate & Neate 2001,  Benor 2001, Hills & Taylor 2003)
  • To contribute to sense of well being (Hallett 1996, Hallett 2000, Neate & Neate 2001, Hills & Taylor 2002)
  • To reduce side effects of chemo & radiotherapy (Neate & Neate 2001)
  • For patients in the Palliative phase, to support the patient in dying process  (Neate & Neate 2001)