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Astra Beck

Astra is a certified level 2 Jikiden Reiki practitioner and an Adept in the Brotherhood and Sisterhood of Light. She enjoys holding sacred space to assist individuals in connecting to a deep healing realm within, releasing stress, and harmonizing the mind, body, and spirit.

Jikiden Reiki

In Japanese, Jikiden means "directly handed down," and Reiki means "universal life energy." Jikiden Reiki is authentic Japanese Usui Reiki, which began in Japan in the 1920s and has no Western influence. 


Jikiden Reiki:

Is known for its simplicity, focusing on treating physical and psychological illnesses, removing toxins from the body, and guiding it toward wholeness. This ancient therapy helps the nervous system return to homeostasis to balance the body's systems and allow it to self-heal.


What To Expect:

During a Jikiden Reiki session, Astra will place her hands on a client's clothed body and start by applying Reiki to the head for a good length of time, and then move her hands to scan other body parts for toxins that need treatment. The session will finish with a stimulating massage called Kekko, a blood circulation technique for detoxifying the body.

Physical and Psychological Benefits:

 A Jikiden Reiki session is a personal experience that can feel comfortable, relaxed, or quite emotional. On a physical level, Jikiden Reiki can help alleviate pain and accelerate the healing time of bones, wounds, and bruises. On a psychological level, Jikiden Reiki helps release unwanted mental and emotional patterns through a powerful technique called Sei Heki Chiryo. From nail biting to anxiety and everything in between, it allows one to overcome and heal unwanted habits/tendencies.



It's best to receive three to five Reiki treatments one to two weeks apart. Once you see yourself improving, you can space out treatments one month or six weeks apart. Receiving regular Reiki treatments is excellent self-care and helps you to maintain a holistic balance.

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