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Touch is important in hospice care


Reiki Therapy and the Hospice Journey

Often the family avoids talking during the final hours and the room is silent.  The dying journey can be a lonely time for the patient and the family. Reiki can be a powerful tool to support and soothe during a difficult and emotional transition.
Using Reiki as a tool can be a powerful addition to your loved one’s hospice care plan. Reiki can communicate the love to your loved one, without using words that are often difficult to communicate.Light is a much loved font inspired by elements of Bauhaus design. Ideal for headlines, banners, logos & more, it will make your words stand out.

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               Reiki Therapy

Reiki (Ray Key) has been successful for many to improve
healing and recovery time. Reiki is a method of connecting with the
body's universal energy. To become more balanced physically,
emotionally, mentally and spirituality.
Reiki originated in Japan in the 1800 and is currently practiced around the world. Well known US hospitals and clinics use Reiki before and after surgery.
The essential vehicle to Reiki is touch.

What to Expect From Reiki

During Reiki treatment the patient lies in bed comfortably with clothes and blanket. The Reiki practitioner lays hands on the patient using several hand positions. The usual positions depending on the patient are head, ears, eye's, throat, chest, abdomen, hips, knees, ankles and feet.  Reiki treatment generally lasts 75 minutes. Most patients become very relaxed and fall asleep during treatment.

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