Naturopathic Reiki Online

A Life Of Peace Wellness Education Institute is offering an opportunity to learn more about their upcoming online class, Naturopathic Reiki Level 1, at 9 a.m., EST, January12. The combined terms of naturopathic and reiki are relatively unknown in the wider reiki world, but it may pique their curiosity to explore a higher vibratory work in this popular energy medicine modality.

Naturopathic refers to the health science that facilitates healing through the four primary health faculties: body, mind, emotion and spirit. Reiki is a form of energy medicine that raises the energy vibration of the recipient to provide relaxation that enhances the body’s ability to heal itself.

Dr. Akua Gray, ND, reiki master, says, “Naturopathic reiki is a form of energy medicine that uses the principles of naturopathy to facilitate wholeness by relaxing the body, strengthening the mind with affirmative mental conditioning, calming the emotions with limbic system cleansing and brings balance to the spirit by raising the energy frequency of a person with the touch of love."

There is no cost to participate. Preregister at



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