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I am meditating in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.

Born in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, from an early age I engaged in the wonder, majesty, and spiritual power of our world. As a child, I meditated and developed an interest in transcendental experiences. I was introduced to Reiki through work with Dr. Moiz Hussain, head of The Institute of Mind Sciences and Classical Yoga.   

In 2007 I became a Reiki Master, have taught Reiki since 2009, and am a Registered Reiki Practitioner and Teacher with the International Association of Reiki Professionals. I also practice Hypnotherapy, Silva Mind Control, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Color Therapy, and Crystal Therapy. I specialize in working with people of all ages who wish to utilize Reiki for general wellness and stress reduction as well as for specific tension or pain problems.

I have also studied more traditional approaches to healing and hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas.

My Story


How Does Reiki Work?

You lie on a massage table, fully dressed, while I place my palms on or just over different body parts that are hubs for energy. I position my hands in up to 15 different ways. I will decide how long to leave my palms in each spot based on the flow of energy that I perceive through my hands. Even though you’re resting on a massage table, I am not giving a massage, using pressure, or manipulating your joints. I use gentle touch at most. You might feel sensations like heat, tingling, or pulsing where my hands are, or throughout your body. Or you might not notice any changes. Some people get so relaxed that they fall asleep.

Who Can Benefit

Reiki can be used for general wellness as well as for specific issues. Reiki works with your body so healing can be more easily facilitated. I have had great results with clients in working with problems related to excess tension build-up and chronic pain. Reiki may be effective with people who suffer from chronic headaches, insomnia, and problems of fatigue

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