Reiki energy healing | shiatsu | essential oils
by Zoe Archer Healing Arts
...while comfortably settled on a massage table or chair with crystals or without. Your session can be as deep and profound as you’d like or just get a taste of what Energy healing is all about.
Minimum recommendation is 15 minutes, sessions are as long as an hour or more, you get to choose!. Cost: One dollar/one minute.
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes physical and emotional healing. Reiki, is life force energy referred to as “Ki”in Japan (it’s origin) or “ Chi” in Chinese. This healing modality is useful in coping with anxiety, depression, and insomnia; reiki can also aid in clearing mental fog and restoring overall emotional balance so as to navigate life stressors more effectively. In addition, there are benefits to those who suffer physical ailments such as joint or back pain, as well as acute physical injury. The Reiki power naturally finds it’s own paths, precisely where it is needed. The benefits come from a “laying on hands” approach to the energetic body(please note: physical touch will be minimal and unobtrusive to the receiver). The minimal benefit received will be a feeling of restoration, recharge, and a renewed sense of the radiant self.
￼Zoe is a mindbody medicine enthusiast, master Reiki practitioner, RN, BSN (Purdue University) and Certified Yoga Guide. She is currently the Director of the MindBody Program at Yoga House + Wellness, Barrington, NJ. Zoe has practiced Reiki Energy healing for over twenty years and holistic massage therapy in the distant past. She is a Certified Strala Yoga Guide through her studies with Tara Stiles and Mike Taylor, NYC (2015). In addition, Zoe is Certified in Yoga for Trauma Recovery through the Transformation Yoga Project as well as Five Element Yoga with Jennifer Reis.
Mentors and strong influences include: Jennifer Reis (5 Element Yoga), Abraham-Hicks (Art of Manifestation), Kundalini + Tantra Yoga, and A Course in Miracles. While she is a teacher, she remains forever a student of nature, movement, and human connection.