Reiki Training with Beth Scibienski
[dropcap]R[/dropcap]eiki, a Japanese healing technique, has been shown to benefit all aspects of life, from mental (stress management, emotional release), physical (pain, allergies) to even spiritual (forgiveness, wisdom). It is administered by “laying on hands” and can be performed on oneself, those around you, animals and even plants.
In Reiki I, students will learn the history of Reiki, understand the chakras, practice Reiki and scan the body for energy. The course will consist of guided meditations, journaling, sharing and hands-on learning. No experience required.
In Reiki II, participants learn and grow as healers. After the completion of this program, students are considered Reiki practitioners. This course will include discussion and meditation on healing, learn symbols that enhance a Reiki practice and practice Reiki on the other participants. Reiki I is a required prerequisite.
Instructor Beth Scibienski is a Reiki Master and pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church. She uses Reiki in both her pastoral counseling and on her husband who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. While practicing Reiki, she seeks to distinguish the individual energy from the moving energy of God in and around us.
The suggested donation for each course is $60 ($30 for church members).
Location: Sand Hills Community Wellness Center, 57 Sand Hills Road, Kendall Park. Reiki I: April 13, 20, 27 from 7-9:30pm. Reiki II: March 9, 16 from 7-9pm. For more information, visit FeedingAllWhoHunger.com.