Reiki certification training in Newton


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— Reiki I Certification Training, a three-day intensive workshop, will be held at The Tree of Health Center (TTOHC) Feb. 17 to 19. The Reiki I Certification Training covers Reiki history and principles, a discussion session, the seven essential chakras, essential meditations to become one with Reiki, Reiki hand position, self-healing, individual attunement and a basic workshop for giving and receiving a complete Reiki session.

“Reiki is known as energy medicine. It is intelligent and knows exactly what it needs to do to heal mental, emotional, physical and spiritual dis-ease or conditions. The importance of teaching Reiki is to ensure that healers have the best education, knowledge and understanding when working with energy medicine. I want my students to be well versed in the Reiki principles. They will understand what energy medicine is and the power of intention, and behold the ethics of the Reiki profession. This will bring energy healers another step closer to being taken seriously and accepted into mainstream medicine and into the heart of our community,” Linda Mitchell, master teacher, said.

All Reiki I students must attend the full 20-hour training and prove their treatment proficiency under the supervision of Mitchell to qualify for Level II of Reiki.

Linda Mitchell is the founder and director of TTOHC. She is a licensed practical nurse, trained through the County College of Morris, board certified through the National Certification Board For Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork and a CranioSacral therapist trained through Upledger International. She earned her Master Reiki teacher credential through International Reiki / Seichim Master Teacher Suhail Jarroush, Ph.D., founder and director of the Reiki Center of America.

Reiki I Certification Training takes place on Friday, Feb. 17, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 18, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 19, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fee is $250 at TTOHC, 55 Newton Sparta Road, Unit 107, Newton, N.J.

To register, go to http://tree-health.com/eventsnew, or call (973) 500-8813.


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