Reiki Healing & Yoga retreat

Level one / two / three

 

Reiki is an ancient Japanese technique to cleanse and to channelize Prana (vital energy) in our Pranayama Kosha. Nowadays, Reiki is also used in therapeutic way to heal certain physical or psychological ailments. There are also many other forms of healing techniques, known with different names, but having the same purpose, to heal our body-mind-spirit with the help Universal Prana.

The basic understanding about healing is that all of us have Prana flowing in our bodies through nadis and chakras, to keep our our physical body stay alive. When that Prana leaves our body, we are dead! When that same Prana is low in quantity/quality, we are low in energy or vice-versa. When this Prana doesn’t flow well in our Prana bodies, it deprives the life-force in that particular area of body and will cause physical and psychological ailments associated with that area of the body. So, what a healer does is to channelize the Universal Prana, which is in abundance, to that particular area, if treating for any medical condition.

Reiki is also widely used as an alternative for massages, to reduce the stress and to induce relaxation. We have seen a lot of cases of people suffering with anxiety, insomnia, fatigue are able to find Reiki very useful to deal with daily stress of our busy life in modern times. There are also claims of both healers and healed, about curing chronic illnesses by several sessions of Reiki, along with changes in diet and life style.

At AyurYoga Eco-Ashram we encourage our students to try Reiki, or any other form healing. If you don’t see the magic of Reiki in the first session, don’t give up. Try with another healer at a different time, as the experience can be magical or not depends on both healer and person receiving  Reiki. If you are someone who experienced the magic of Reiki, you can’t help but sharing with others – as the more you give the more you get.

At AyurYoga Eco-Ashram, we also encourage the Yoga Teachers Trainees to learn how to give Reiki sessions, as it can be complimentary with teaching yoga and can be used within Yoga sessions. Unlike giving massage, which requires years of training, practice, effort, it is much easier to to learn and to give Reiki sessions.

Reiki Sessions at AyurYoga Eco-Ashram

It is difficult to find experienced Masters of Reiki in India. As of now we don’t have a resident teacher/healer for Reiki – but we are looking for one! Meanwhile, whenever we come across Reiki healers, we request them to offer sessions in our campus.

Normally we try to offer the Reiki Certification Programs between two Yoga Teacher Training Courses.

Proposed Dates for Reiki Certification

05 – 09 January 2016
09-13 February 2016
15-19 March 2016

Reiki in India Certification Programs

For those students who have already experienced the magic of Reiki and want to share it with their students, family or friends, we offer Reiki training at three levels.

Level  1 (minimum two – three days)
In the first level of Reiki, students will receive their initiation into Reiki, a cleansing of the pranic channels and chakras, and the knowledge of how to practice Reiki on their own body. Students also receive a manual with detailed information about the energy points in the body.

Level 2 (minimum four days)
In level two, you will learn how to give Reiki to others, learn how to give distance reiki, learn about the symbols of Reiki, and gain an expanded opening of the energy channels.

Level 3 (minimum six – seven days)
In the third level of Reiki, you will become a Reiki Master, which means that you can train other people to become Reiki healers. This is considered the teacher level of Reiki, and requires a deep commitment to the practice.

 

Daily Schedule

06.00 – 06.45 am: Puja and Meditation
07.00 – 09.00 am: Yoga (includes pranayama & relaxation)
09.00 – 10.30 am: Brunch
10.30 – 12.30 pm: Reiki Training and Workshop
12.30 – 01.30 pm: Self-Healing, guided by teacher
01.30 – 02.30 pm: Fruit / Snack Lunch
02.30 – 04.00 pm:  Peer-practice healing
04.00 – 04.30 pm: Tea Time
04.30 – 06.00 pm: Reiki Training / Group Healing
06.00 – 07.00 pm: Nature walk / yoga / meditation (optional)
07.00 – 08.00 pm: Dinner
08.00-09.00 pm: Video-show / group activity (optional)
10 pm – 10 am: Silence Hours

Daily schedule is subject to change, as per weather conditions

Depending on number and level of students, the schedule will be adjusted accordingly

 

Please email:  info@ayuryoga-ashram.com for any further questions

 

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