Benefits Of Reiki for Kids

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Reiki, is an ancient Japanese energy healing technique. Reiki energies flow automatically to where they are needed physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually to help heal the recipient. Reiki has limitless uses, and today it has advanced into the mainstream and become an acceptable healing modality used in many hospitals.

The calming practice of Reiki can benefit children by promoting relaxation and confidence.  Learning about and utilizing Reiki at a young age promotes a healthy way of living throughout their lives, helping children make better choices and create balance.

Other Benefits Include:

  • Less likely to show signs of excitability and depression
  • Improves concentration
  • Enhances relaxation and sleep
  • Calms and promotes balance
  • Enhances self awareness and self esteem

Reiki treatments are safe and non-invasive.  Children today are dealing with anxieties, fears, peer pressures and educational pressures. Reiki has been helpful in the treatment of ADD/ADHD, inattentiveness, irritability, emotional issues, hyperactivity and defiance.  Since Reiki works on all levels of the body-physical, mental/emotional and spiritual, the body will be able to use the energy to find balance in its own way.  It will adjust to the moment and the needs of the individual.

For additional information about kids reiki please contact Brianne Feinour at or call 215-944-8860.

#energyhealing #findyourbalance #mindbody&soul

2 replies
  1. rachel frampton
    rachel frampton says:

    My sister would like her son to try the reiki treatment because this will help enhance the child’s inner peace. Well, it’s good to know that this is safe and noninvasive. It also never occurred to me that this type of treatment will eventually ease anxiety.

    • Brie F
      Brie F says:

      Hi Rachel,

      We are just seeing this message now but happy to connect you to schedule an appointment with your sister and her son. Please contact for more information or call 215-944-8860.

      Camp NAC Team


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