Reiki, Mindfulness Meditation and Qigong

Reiki is a gentle Japanese healing technique that assists the natural healing of mind and body. It can involve holding hands over a person, who remains fully clothed, although it may also be given at a distance.

Reiki encourages and supports positive personal choices, such as improving diet, taking more exercise, devoting time for rest or leisure activities, and may reduce the need for things like tobacco and alcohol. Giving rise to greater inner harmony and balance, regular Reiki treatments promote a calmer response to life’s challenges. it is easily adapted to most medical conditions and may be used safely by people of all ages, including babies, pregnant mothers, the elderly and animals, in any situation.

We use either gentle QIGONG movements or meditation before a Reiki session, to ease our stress and focus our intention, or we can simply do either meditation or Qigong (or a combination) during our hour together.

I’m looking forward to working with you!

Call Susie or contact her online 

I have been trained as a level 2 Reiki Practitioner by my Master Reiki tutor, and have a certificate of lineage in all Elements and Aspects of Eastern, and Western, Reiki, shown in the images below. I am a member of the Reiki Federation and abide by their Code of Ethics (Membership Number 7182E) .

I passed my exam in Interpersonal Neurobiology and Mindsight, by Dr Dan Siegel, and trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) by Saki Santorelli and Florence Meleo-Meyer, online. MBSR was introduced into the field of medicine in 1979 by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Both of these inform my meditation practice, and have been research-proven.


Effect of Reiki therapy on pain and anxiety in adults: an in-depth literature review of randomized trials with effect size calculations

Effects of Reiki on Pain and Vital Signs When Applied to the Incision Area of the Body After Cesarean Section Surgery: A Single-Blinded, Randomized, Double-Controlled Study

Effects of Reiki on Post-cesarean Delivery Pain, Anxiety, and Hemodynamic Parameters: A Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial

Disclaimer: The content on this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

I felt relaxed, and also felt calm, like when I had craniopathy. Thank you Susie I feel great.

John - Nottingham

Thank you for explaining that sending energy to me doesn’t mean I feel energised and can feel relaxed instead, which I did! I was really surprised to notice that the pain in my wrist (which is always painful) had gone. I kept pushing and prodding it but it was still OK! The next day the pain came back slightly but not as bad as it was before and I can open jars with that hand now.

The pain came back a few weeks later, but I’d ignored the Five Easy Steps guide and started having a milky coffee again and I know this can trigger the pain in my wrist, so I am stopping the dairy products again. Thank you for everything.

Shirley - Nottingham

Submit a review