Meditation for Healing
Jane Alexander is offering guided meditation focused on healing for self, loved ones and the earth. A chance to stop and unwind in the middle of the week.
Dates: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month
Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm
Reiki share with Jane Alexander 6.30 onwards on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays – £3
For more information about Reiki Courses – click here.
Reiki 1 Course Outline – Reiki for Family and friends
Reiki 1 courses last two days and are taught in small groups of between 2-6 people at the Medicine Garden in Ulverston. Teaching begins at 10.30am and finishes at 4.30pm on both days with about forty five minutes for lunch (please bring your own or you can pop into the town to one of the tea rooms.) Water and herbal tea is provided throughout the day. The course is varied and interactive – expect to get involved! You will learn a little about the history of Reiki and about Dr Usui’s journey. You will receive a basic introduction to the human energy system and the principles of energy medicine. You will receive four healing attunements which empower you as a Reiki healer and will learn the traditional healing hand positions. The first day focuses on healing the self and the second on healing others. By the end of the course you will have carried out your first full Reiki treatment and will have had opportunities to meditate and take part in various exercises which will help you develop your healing ability. A full handbook is provided and the course is certified.
(£135 for exisiting Clients)
Reiki 2 Course Outline – Reiki Practitioner
Reiki 2 courses develop your healing skills to practitioner level. It is usual to allow at least three months to pass after completing Reiki 1 before completing Reiki 2. This is to allow you to develop your relationship with Reiki as well as allow your body to assimilate the energetic changes that Reiki 1 brings. Taught in small groups of between 2 – 6 people at the Medicine Garden, Reiki 2 courses take two days to complete and teaching begins at 10.30am and finishes at approximately 4.30pm with about forty five minutes for lunch. (As with Reiki 1, please bring your own or you can pop into the village to one of the tea rooms.) Water and herbal tea is provided throughout the day. You receive two further attunements to strengthen and deepen your connection to Reiki energy. You will have opportunities to discuss healing of others, learn further Reiki exercises, experience meditations as well as learn three key symbols which enable you to have greater conscious connection with Reiki energy. You will also learn some additional healing techniques to supplement the basic hand positions. A full handbook is provided and the course is certified upon completion of case studies.
Reiki Master Practitioner Course Outline
The decision to complete a Reiki Master course is an important one as it is a commitment to a more actively spiritual way of life. It is best to build a solid relationship with your Reiki Master Teacher before choosing to take this course with them. You want to ensure that they are the right teacher for you and that you feel that you can learn from them as they will become an important figure in your life. For many people, this is a natural progression which results from completing Reiki 1 and 2 with the same Reiki Master Teacher. However, this is not always the case and I am always happy to meet aspiring Reiki Masters – I suggest that you book a treatment with me or attend one of my additional classes. I teach Reiki Master Practitioner courses in very small groups – usually two or three people. The courses last four days and dates are negotiated with all participants. Teaching starts at 10.30am and finishes at 4.30pm with an hour for lunch. The course is a mixture of meditation, Reiki exercises, discussion, exploration of your personal spirituality and practice alongside two attunements. You will also learn further symbols and explore powerful new healing techniques. The course is certified and a full handbook is provided.
Come and give and receive Reiki at the Medicine Garden, Ulverston
Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month, every month.
6.30pm for tea, 7pm start.
All welcome – whatever your degree or level of experience.
Cost: Pay by donation – suggested amount £3