Monthly Archives: May 2011

CAET Reiki Volunteer Program at University Medical Center, Tucson

  On January 1st of 2009, the University Medical Center of Tucson contracted the Center for Advanced Energy Therapeutics to source, fund, and manage the CAET Reiki Volunteer Program. The CAET Reiki practitioners are a group of practitioners whose mission … Continue reading

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Volunteer Program at Speare Memorial Hospital, Plymouth NH

As a means of helping its patients feel peaceful and relaxed, Speare Memorial Hospital began offering Reiki treatments to its oncology patients in February. “Reiki can be a positive adjunct to patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment,” said oncology and … Continue reading

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Hartford Manual on “Creating a Reiki Volunteer Program”

The Integrative Department ot Hartford Hospital has been providing Reiki (through Volunteers) to Patients, Family or Caregivers since 1997. Due to the extensive expertise in this area (and in other alternative therapies) they have developed a manual to help other institutions … Continue reading

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Podcast on What Every Clinician Needs to Know about Reiki

Pamela Miles is a Reiki Master and one of the pioneers in introducing Reiki in the Hospital setting. In this podcast you can hear her talk of how Reiki can be used by patients and health care professionals for self-care. In the … Continue reading

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Tips on How To Get Reiki Into The Hospitals

In their article How We Got Reiki Into The Hospitals, authors Ava Wolf and Janet Wing provide a detailed description of the steps they took in order to build the Reiki Clinic in the Department of Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital in … Continue reading

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Why should physicians incorporate Reiki in their medical practice?

The main reason for physicians to use Reiki in their practice is its simplicity: it is not necessary to feel and assess energy fields, but to simply “let things flow and the process to happen on its own.” Reiki is … Continue reading

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Boston Reiki Community

The Boston Reiki Community is acommunity of Reiki practitioners and non-practitioners working together to promote and enhance the practice of Reiki to the Boston Community. Their mission is to create a Reiki community to deepen and enhance the practice of … Continue reading

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