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First Reiki School Opens In Middlesex County (In East Brunswick)

From The New Jersey School of Reiki:

Central New Jersey has a new school to learn a 2500 year old healing art—Reiki.  The New Jersey School of Reiki LLC is open and offering classes at their state-of-the-art facility at Brier Hill Court D-6, East Brunswick, NJ 08816. 

In addition to classroom and hands on instruction, New Jersey School of Reiki incorporates practical use of the Aura Video Station.  This specialized, non-invasive technology measures the client’s aura and chakras in real time.  It enables Reiki practitioners to identify and locate distortions in energy that impede natural healing, lower health, and cause a person to feel spiritually and emotionally unbalanced.  This allows New Jersey School of Reiki students to have a faster learning curve and obtain results that are unparalleled.  New Jersey School of Reiki also offers educational workshops that teach excellence in client care and support practitioners in building an ethical practice and fulfilling lifestyle.

Their students are learning Reiki for a variety of reasons.  For example, some want to learn a safe way to heal themselves or a loved one; people who want to become more spiritually centered; massage therapists who want continuing education license renewal credits; people who want to make a career change while earning an excellent living and making a positive impact; people who want to volunteer in a hospital or hospice setting, and people who work with animals.

NJSR Co-founder Heidi Scanlon is a certified Reiki master and teacher with over 13 years of experience.  Ms. Scanlon teaches Usui White Light Reiki and uses the Aura Video Station for each of her clients in her private Reiki practice.  Heidi Scanlon is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider, AP#233.  

The other co-founder of NJSR, Dr. Ken Freedman, is a chiropractor with over 34 years of clinical experience.  He also has over 8 years of experience as a practice management and professional development coach.  He instructs students on effective, ethical strategies for growing and maintaining a holistic practice.  To date, NJSR is the only Reiki school in the U.S. that offers this in its curriculum. 

Reiki (pronounced ray-key), means “universal life force” energy.  Reiki helps to restore the body’s natural physical, emotional, mental and spiritual balance.  Many physicians, hospitals, spas, and wellness centers offer Reiki.  Clients heal faster, have less pain, and feel greater peace of mind and lighter in spirit.

New Jersey School of Reiki conducts classes weekdays and weekends at Brier Hill Court D-6, East Brunswick, NJ 08816.   Class sizes are limited to offer highly personalized instruction.  Registration with a deposit is required to reserve your seat.  Payment can be made by cash, check and all major credit cards. Gift certificates are available. For more information, or to enroll in an upcoming class, call the New Jersey School of Reiki LLC at 732-254-6070.  Visit us on line at www.NJSchoolOfReiki.com .    

Chris Stanley February 25, 2014 at 11:26 AM
Quackery. http://www.quackwatch.com/search/webglimpse.cgi?ID=1&query=reiki
Norman February 25, 2014 at 05:00 PM
Quackery indeed but 1) Apparently it IS news! and 2) Someone on our Town Council will stand up at the next meeting and point out how this is just GREAT news as businesses continue to invest in EB.
Harriet Golub February 25, 2014 at 08:40 PM
Frequently, we read about the vast array of drugs people take and how damaging they could be to your health, the opposite of their intent. Chiropractic and Reiki are natural healing modalities that don't comprise one's health but allow your body to heal itself without the use of chemicals. In my opinion, it doesn't get better than that.
Patricia Hernandez February 25, 2014 at 09:11 PM
Depression and anxiety are often 2 side effects of medical treatments for cancer. Reiki treatments are offered along with massage therapy and other complementary therapies in some major cancer centers. Reiki has helped my family member cope with 4th stage lung cancer. Seeing her smile and at peace after each Reiki session was wonderful!
Peg LaTorre February 26, 2014 at 06:56 AM
Reiki is dangerous, the code words of spiritual, not Godly, aua etc. Is a dangerous place to go. We need to separate. 'Heal thyself' from The source. I have seen this around for yeats and as a christian councelor i saw beware. Not everytjing spiritual is of the right spirit
Peg LaTorre February 26, 2014 at 06:58 AM
Yikes, typing on my phone and my spelling is pretty awful, my apologies! Lol
Jackie Griffin February 26, 2014 at 10:51 AM
Here is a question to the quack yackers. Actually a few since I have a bit of spare time this morning. 1). What is it to you? 2) if you don't believe in something does it make it fake? 3). What makes you the authority? Have you had the specific issues outlined in this article and Reiki was unable help it? Are you a professor in something and your case studies came back empty? Here is the thing. I don't like Brussels sprouts. Matter of fact I hate them. I'm using that strong word hate. But never once have I sought out an article on Brussel sprouts and mocked the eaters of them. Maybe you're into riddling your body with drugs as an aid but some people try to find alternate sources. It works for those people. So what's it to you? Why would you deny someone an option bc it seems like BS to you? I've not tried this yet. I haven't had the occasion to. I'm healthy and happy. I know people who have tried this and they claim it was effective. Maybe I should have screamed "Quack" right in their face. But I didn't because I'm a rational and civilized human being. I said "I am glad you found something that worked for you". And I was. If I ever find myself in the position of healing you can bet I will not be ruling anything out. Settle down. Ducks.
Wwe Tensai February 26, 2014 at 10:53 AM
Peg: just because something is earmarked as "spiritual" does not make it dangerous. Superstition is an ugly thing .

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