**COVID19 UPDATE ~ Greetings friends. First and foremost, I want to send my love and support to you during this difficult time.
I know that many of you (like myself) consider reiki an integral component of your self-care system. I believe that now more than ever, reiki energy is deeply needed to help us as we navigate through these challenging times. In an effort to continue facilitating reiki during social distancing, I will be offering 45 minute - DONATION based, long-distance reiki sessions beginning Wednesday, March 25th - May 31st 2020. Please feel free to message me with any questions you may have regarding this announcement. Stay safe, be well.
Reiki is a Japanese technique for deep relaxation that promotes healing. Distance reiki is remotely facilitated and requires no physical contact in order to conduct a session. The distance reiki technique offers the same benefits, and operates on the same principles as a hands on reiki session.
Soothing reiki energy flows from the practitioner to the client promoting relaxation and releasing tension. Clients often remark that distance reiki sessions are grounding, and bring a sense of calm and emotional well-being. Some will see flowing, vivid colors, experience visions or moments that bring happiness and joy. Other benefits may include relief from anxiety, panic attacks, and chronic pain. Relief from minor headaches to migraines, improvement in poor circulation, resolving emotional/mental/spiritual stagnation or feelings of being stuck. Reiki was created to have no dogma or religious beliefs attached to it, making it a universal modality available to all.
**Due to individual state laws, I am unable to provide services to residents in the states of Florida & Texas.
Kelsey Crawford is a Portland based certified wholistic nutritionist (CN) specializing in Eastern food energetics, inspired herbalist, level III Usui Reiki practitioner, food photographer & writer, and visual artist. She founded Go Forth Culture in 2013, and has been providing nutritional counsel and educational workshops in her community for five years.