Noon-4pm Reiki 1 in the Gardens 10/21/17 on 11/04/2017 @ 11:00am
Reiki 1: The Secret Art of Inviting Happiness
Saturday, November 4th, 11am-3pm
Instructor: Lynn Gallagher
$125 (members) / $138 (not-yet-members)
Registration Deadline: October 19th (There is a small portion of required light reading from your workbook. Workbooks will be available for pickup at the museum a week prior to the workshop).
About the Workshop:
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one’s “life force energy” is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy, healthy and creative! Reiki 1 at the museum is a one-day workshop that includes a workbook and hands-on Reiki attunement experience that will teach you how to practice Reiki on your loved ones and pets. Participants will earn a beautiful certificate for the completion of Reiki 1.
Reiki 1 will begin with a meet and greet, including tea and snacks, in the serene museum gardens. We then move into reviewing assigned chapters of the workbook as well as Q & A from students on anything that needs clarity, including discussion of the chakras. A guided mediation leads us into the attunement process where each student is brought individually to a quiet area and receives an attunment from the instructor. When all students are attuned we will learn to practice Reiki on each other. There will be tables set up and this is where each individual can really experience the energy both as a practitioner and as a person on the table receiving. Open to participants 18 and older. Registration is limited to 10 students. This workshop will prepare you for follow-up workshops and events at the museum.
About the Instructor:
Lynn Gallagher’s journey with Reiki has been a 35 plus year love affair, during which she has been blessed with the opportunity to assist many people and animals. While searching for a modality that could do no harm and have no religiosity attached to it, and also create well being in humans as well as animals, Lynn discovered Reiki. She has witnessed healing on many levels with clients and in her personal life, from emotional discord to physical maladies. Reiki has enriched every aspect of Lynn’s life and she is humbled and in gratitude to have been drawn to this powerful yet non-invasive modality so many years ago. Lynn is always honored to share the energy exchange of Reiki by way of teaching.