Diploma in Professional Reiki

Body in Balance Training Diploma in Reiki

This is a professional practitioner qualification. Once achieved you will be fully insured to practice.

The Body in Balance Training Diploma in Professional Reiki is a qualification that has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills in providing the relaxing and stress relieving treatment of Reiki.

Course Details

Courses run on request to suit student needs. There is no minimum class number and classes are restricted to a maximum of 4 students. Courses are held in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland and further support is available following the course via Skype.

Course Description

Reiki is an energy-based medicine technique  which draws on concepts of non-material energies such as Chi (vital energy) or Prana (life force).

In contrast to other complementary therapies, where the practitioner has a particular professional skill, in Reiki the essence of the healing intervention is in the person of the practitioner who through the Reiki attunement process is able to channel universal healing energy.

This has raised particular concerns in relation to the competence of Reiki practitioners who may claim an expertise on the basis of the attunements alone. While attunement is an adequate qualification for Reiki practice on family & friends, it is now essential for a Reiki professional practitioner to have studied and passed additional assessments in those subjects that are mandatory for other complementary therapies.

The Body in Balance Training Diploma in Reiki ensures that in addition to Reiki attunements, students must pass

  • Anatomy,Physiology and Pathology,
  • Principles of Professional Practice
  • Business Awareness
  • Health and Safety

Students are also encouraged to obtain a First Aid Certificate through a specialist provider.

The Reiki professional, practitioner course at Body in Balance Training both meets and exceeds current Level 3 National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Reiki and the Reiki Core Curriculum (CC). It incorporates classroom-based academic training as well as the specific technical, spiritual or intuitive nature of the therapy.

While the Body in Balance Diploma in Reiki offers the additional areas of study necessary for professional practice, Reiki itself is still taught in the traditional way stipulated by the Usui System.

Reiki First Degree covers the use of hands to channel the Reiki energy.

Reiki Second Degree covers mental and emotional balancing and distant healing practices.

Reiki Third Degree (Reiki Master Teacher) enables Reiki practitioners to attune others.

Tutor

Mariette Lobo has followed a successful career as a complementary therapies lecturer in further education by becoming a private training provider and now runs Body in Balance Training, a centre of excellence for fully insured, professional, practitioner courses for complementary therapists.

Course Application & Registration

Please contact me to make an appointment to discuss your interest in this course.

FHT Excellence in Education Award Winner

Please get in touch for further course details: info@mariettelobo.com


Professional bodies

Mariette Lobo is on the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council Accredited Register

The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary therapists.

CNHC was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists.

CNHC's register has been approved as an Accredited Voluntary Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.


Mariette Lobo is registered with the British Reflexology Association

The Bayly School of Reflexology is the official teaching body of The British Reflexology Association and was the first Reflexology training school to be established in Great Britain.

The Bayly Method of treatment is unique to The Bayly School in that the thumb is not flexed and extended in a caterpillar-like movement so the method is less stressful on the thumb (and finger) joints and the less rapid movement is considered to be more relaxing to the patient.



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