Do you feel stuck? Maybe you feel trapped and unhappy in a job, relationship, living situation, or cycle of harmful thoughts. Maybe you feel uninspired in your creative work. Maybe you feel like you’re walking in a fog of anxiety or depression and have trouble enjoying life. Maybe you don’t even know what you want out of life. Maybe you’ve tried talk therapy and medicine, but you still feel like something’s missing from your self-care toolkit.

If you can relate to any of this, then you’re in the right place. Reiki can help you get unstuck.

Reiki is a practice of Japanese origin that gently nudges your whole system—mind, body and spirit—into restoring its own natural balance. Aligning ourselves in this way creates an ideal situation for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing.

Just one Reiki session can make a difference in your life and help you start healing from many physical, mental, and spiritual issues, but people usually benefit the most from ongoing treatments. For Reiki first-timers, I recommend beginning with a package of three sessions to gently jump-start your healing.

Ready to get unstuck? Book a Reiki session with me using the scheduler below (or just reach out via email). I’m honored and excited to help you on your healing journey.

I also offer sliding scale sessions at MINKA’s Community Reiki clinic in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn every other Monday, 4–8 pm, starting Jan. 7, 2019. You must book those sessions through MINKA’s website.

“everything about my session was fantastic”

I cannot recommend Olivia and Reiki Healing Works highly enough! Everything about my session was fantastic, from the ease of booking an appointment, to the in-depth, considerate consultation before the session began, to the truly wonderful, relaxing, and healing Reiki itself. I had been having some tension in my hip, and the Reiki eased my discomfort and helped me to relax, as well as feel much more energetic and positive afterwards. Thank you Olivia!

— Laura J.

the waiting area at city wellness collective