4th annual Jikiden Reiki Seminar with Tadao Yamaguchi in Edinburgh


What drew me to Jikiden Reiki was the simplicity of the method passed on unchanged from the original teachings, the quality of the theoretical concepts and the Yamaguchis’ experience in successfully treating people year after year.” AMANDA JAYNE

Jikiden Reiki offers a useful approach for conditions that are notoriously difficult to treat in medicine.” JENNY VERINDER, paediatric nurse and health visitor

 Are you looking for effective tools to boost the body’s natural healing ability?

JIKIDEN REIKI  gives you the skills to engage the body’s amazing natural capacity for healing. Reiki in its original Japanese form: pure, simple and effective. The training is clear and comprehensive, giving you the tools to use this simple hand healing modality on yourself and on others with confidence. Reiki Course with Tadao Yamaguchi in Edinburgh

Tadao Yamaguchi is the head of the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Japan. His mother Chiyoko learned Reiki from one of the original teachers, Dr. Chujiro Hayashi (a trained medical doctor and Navy officer).  Together they founded the Jikiden Reiki Institute with the intention of spreading authentic Japanese Reiki, and Tadao Yamguchi has been working tirelessly ever since to help people worldwide discover authentic Japanese Reiki as an effective natural healing method.

For information on the course syllabus click here.

 Edinburgh 6th-9th September 2014

Shoden (1st level): 6th & 7th September
Okuden (2nd level): 8th & 9th September

Shihan Kaku (Assistant Teacher): 10th September 

Course organiser Gisela StewartCourse Organiser Gisela Stewart
gisela@simplyjikidenreiki.co.uk
01896 870277     Rika Tanaka portrait2
Course language Japanese, translated into English by Rika Tanaka. The training with Mr Yamaguchi is also available in London (28th-31st August). Contact Rika Tanaka for details. Teacher training in London: Shihan Kaku 1st September, Shihan 1st & 2nd September

Cost:

Note: The fees for training with Yamaguchi sensei are slightly higher than with other Jikiden Reiki teachers because of his costs in coming over from Japan. Shoden: £230 Okuden: £280 Shihan Kaku: £650 Shihan: £550

Teacher training

is only available to candidates who have completed their Jikiden Reiki training and meet a number of strict criteria and requirements, including sufficient treatment experience (120 hours on 40 different clients). There is no fast-track to becoming a fully qualified Jikiden Reiki teacher.

What others say

Thoughts on learning Jikiden Reiki with Tadao Yamaguchi

How training with Tadao Yamaguchi helped Ruth to tap into her natural healing ability

Hand Healing? Are you serious?

Do you already practise Reiki, or are you a Reiki Master?

This article explains why Jikiden Reiki may be of interest to you.

How is Jikiden Reiki different from Usui Reiki?

What makes Jikiden Reiki training special?

Tadao Yamaguchi teaching in EdinburghPractical, treatment focused training, allowing unique insight into the cultural and spiritual roots of Reiki practice.

Simple, practical healthcare tools to support yourself and others. Ongoing local support from teachers to help develop skills and confidence.

Suitable for complete beginners and experienced Reiki practitioners.

The Jikiden Reiki curriculum is likely as close as it is possible to get today to how the founder of the practice, Mikao Usui, taught.

Original Reiki, nothing added nothing changed. Passed on in its original integrity.

A global supportive community of practitioners.

Students are accredited by the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto, Japan.

Places are limited. You can secure your space by requesting an Institute approved booking form from the course organisers and paying your non-refundable deposit.

Click here to book you place now

Jikiden Reiki course with Tadao Yamaguchi in Edinburgh 2012

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