Reiki Classes

Saturday, November 10 and Sunday November 11, 2018. 9:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Usui/ Holy FIre 2, Level 1&2 Reiki workshop
Roland Park, Baltimore
Over the past eighteen years, I have been practicing Reiki, the Japanese form of hands-on holistic healing. I have witnessed wonderful results with my massage therapy clients. Granite-like traps have melted, anxiety has turned to calm, and people have fallen asleep. So many have fallen asleep! Clients have walked into my office feeling stressed, distracted and sometimes grieving. After experiencing Reiki, most have left feeling centered, calm and ready to face the world. Reiki is a healing modality whose time has come. Shock Trauma at University of Maryland and the Mayo Clinic offer Reiki to their patients, as do many other hospitals. Gilchrist Hospice offers the services of volunteer Reiki practitioners.

While this work with clients and family amazes me, it was my own healing experiences with Reiki that led me to teach others. Throughout my life, I have tried many methods and products to alleviate chronic anxiety. Reiki can be used as both a meditation and mindfulness tool and can be used to complement other modalities, and has helped me enormously. I would love to share this gentle and powerful healing tool with you. 

Here’s what you’ll experience in a Level 1&2 workshop:

This beginning training is one of the most thorough and comprehensive available. It includes both Reiki I & II and is a combination of the Western style as introduced by Mrs. Takata and the Japanese style and the Holy Fire Energies. On completion of the class, you will be able to give Reiki treatments to yourself and others. The following subjects are taught:

The origin and history of Reiki
The nature of Reiki energy, why people get sick and how Reiki heals.
The Reiki Ideals
The Human Energy System
The complete hand placement system.
Gassho meditation
Byosen Scanning: Using the sensitivity in the hands to locate areas needing healing, (usually in the aura) and to treat them.
Reiji-Ho: Using inner guidance to know how and where to treat.
Kenyoku: Dry bathing, a method to purify your energy field
Gyoshi-ho: Sending Reiki with the eyes.
How to see Auras and Past Lives
Sending Reiki at a distance.
Reiki II symbols: How to draw, activate and use them. Their many uses are explained and their inner meaning is discussed. Practice time is given so students know from experience how the energy of each symbols feels and the results each symbol produces.
Placements for Reiki I and II are given.

In this class attunements are called Placements. Placements are done differently than attunements, but have been developed to provide more effective healing energy and to empower the symbols in a more powerful way. The Placements make use of Holy Fire energy which is why they are more effective. However, the standard Usui Reiki II symbols are used in this class.

The class is a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration and practice time. Each student experiences giving and receiving a complete treatment using Byosen scanning and the hand placement system. Practice time is given using all the Reiki II symbols as well as for the techniques mentioned above.

A 192 page class manual and a certificate are included.

Fee for two day class :$375

Deposit due at time of registration: $150. Balance can be paid anytime before the class date.

Class fees and deposits are not refundable but may be used for a future class occurring within twelve months. Payments may be made by selecting the "More" tab at the top of the page. "Payments" will appear in the drop-down. Rather pay by check? Send to:

Margo Landon, LMT

320 Hawthorne Road., Apt. 2

Baltimore, MD 21210

Blessings to you!