Reiki: The Basics
Reiki is a non-invasive, Japanese healing practice that helps move the body, mind and spirit towards balance and wellness. Reiki is a complementary therapy used by many people going through cancer treatment. How is Reiki performed? How can Reiki help someone with cancer? Learn more in this article by Kimberly Fleisher, RMT, M.Ed, Director and Founder of The Reiki School + Clinic and Team Leader of the Reiki Program at The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
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