Distance Reiki Online Course Distant Sessions Training Expert Programs Launched

Reiki master Wendy Hawthorne launched an updated range of distant Reiki courses for participants interested in starting their own Reiki practice.

Hermitage, United States - August 23, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Wendy Hawthorne, a certified Reiki master and teacher, launched an updated range of online Reiki courses for anyone interested in learning the ancient art of Reiki. An ideal approach for self-therapy as well as helping others, Wendy’s Reiki training is a fully online course which covers all the basics of professional Reiki while also allowing the participant to gain deeper knowledge of many related fields.

More details can be found at https://wendys-reiki-scentsations.b12sites.com/learn-reiki-at-home

Reiki is a form of alternative medicine also known as energy healing, and has been reported as highly successful in promoting relaxation, psychological wellbeing, better stress management, and many other benefits.

As a certified Reiki master, Wendy Hawthorne strives to provide high-quality Reiki sessions and coaching services for individuals throughout the world.

Wendy specializes in distant Reiki, a form of Reiki which allows clients to reap the psychological benefits of Reiki in the comfort of their homes.

The new Reiki training sessions are based on the traditional principles of energy healing as applied to the challenges of modern life. Participants will learn effective strategies to induce relaxation, alleviate stress and promote better overall psychological health.

All courses are adapted to the needs of the participant and include audio lessons, manuals, and personalized calls with Wendy.

With the recent update, Wendy Hawthorne continues to expand her range of Reiki services and resources for clients and practitioners throughout the world.

A satisfied course participant said: “I have taken the Level I and II Reiki home study classes with Wendy. Wendy is a knowledgeable and compassionate teacher. She creates an environment where people feel comfortable to ask questions and to share their thoughts. You learn about the history and practice of Reiki. Also, at the end of each class time for a Skype consultation. I feel that’s the most informative part of the class.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Wendy
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Organization: Reiki ScentSations
Address: 1430 Skyline Dr, Hermitage, Pennsylvania 16148, United States
Website: https://wendys-reiki-scentsations.b12sites.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88911522

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