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

Stressed and overwhelmed? Discover Reiki for self-care, contentment and resilience


Why I’m so grateful to have Jikiden Reiki in my life

A guest post by Elaine Rainey

AFTER COMING TO THE END of a lengthy busy period at work, I’ve been dedicating some time to long and luxurious Reiki self-treatment.  For me, it’s a rare treat to set aside exclusive time for such things and it feels wonderful.  As I place my hands on my body, I can feel the tension easing in my shoulders, the heat building up in my body and something gently softening in my chest.  I’m feeling so grateful to have Reiki in my life, making me feel so good.

Elaine Rainey, ecologist

When I look back through my diary at what I have achieved over this past few months, I’ve surprised myself at how I have managed to navigate this with my mind and body remaining in such a good place.  It reminds me of author and film producer Jeff Brown’s words:

“There is a time to adventure heartily into new possibilities, but there is also a need for quiet integration time on the self-creation journey. We can have all the peak experiences we want but the real work happens between the peaks, while laying down and integrating on the valley floor. Growers are inch worms. Lasting transformation is an incremental process, one soul-step at a time. This may frustrate us, but it’s the only way to craft an awareness that is authentic and sustainable.”

Jeff’s words made me realise that this is exactly what I have been doing over this past few months, slowly but surely keeping Reiki integrated into my life, whenever and wherever I could, in the spaces between the busyness.  And it has paid off with a level of productivity that I didn’t think would be possible a few months ago, when I looked out towards the daunting list of tasks that lay ahead of me.

The purpose of this story is not to advocate Reiki as another ‘tool’ to help us become more efficient, productive versions of ourselves.  It is simply to express gratitude to a simple yet powerful practice that, if committed to over time, can transform our lives.

Jikiden Reiki training has been one of the best investments that I have ever made for my health and wellbeing.  I am so grateful for the many ways that my Reiki practice has changed my life.  For me, however, the most wonderful change has been to the level of contentment I now feel.  This is not a kind of contentment that succumbs to the ebb and flow of life’s experiences.  This kind of contentment has resilience, it’s authentic and unwavering.  It’s the kind that has slowly crept up on me while I’ve been faithfully placing my hands on my body, night after night, in dedicated, regular practice.

Elaine RaineyElaine Rainey works as an ecologist and Jikiden Reiki practitioner and junior teacher based in Scotland, UK. Jikiden Reiki is a traditional style of Japanese Reiki, making a strong effort to keep the practice as close to its original form as possible. Elaine works with fellow Reiki practitioners and teachers to promote the benefits of Reiki, to support others through their healing journey and to encourage people to learn this wonderful healing art for themselves.

In September 2013, you will be able to learn authentic Reiki with Yamaguchi Sensei , the head of the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto, right here in Scotland. Until 2000, this level of in-depth understanding of Reiki practice had been locked inside Japan, with the first Westerners training in Kyoto in 2000, and it was only from the early 2000s that Tadao Yamaguchi started travelling to many Western countries to spread Reiki in its original Japanese form.

Jikiden Reiki Training with Tadao Yamaguchi in Scotland
Edinburgh 6th September – 9th September 2013

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If interested in this incredible training opportunity contact Gisela Stewart.

Welcome to Simply Jikiden Reiki: An official branch of the Jikiden Reiki Institute right here in Scotland


“I have come home feeling very strongly that I have the tools to vastly improve my life and the lives of those around me, and it is a huge positive for me. Thank you very, very much.”

Gisela Stewart, qualified Jikiden Reiki teacher (Shihan)

Gisela Stewart

Having experienced the countless benefits for myself and for my family many times, I am passionate about bringing Reiki well-being to you: through treatments in my clinics or through passing on this down-to-earth natural healing method in my courses. Jikiden Reiki is so simple that anyone can learn how to practise it, yet it offers invaluable tools for returning to or maintaining good health.

 “Wow, I feel so much lighter now.”

Other than relaxation, this is the most frequent initial treatment outcome I hear about. Jikiden Reiki treatment offers a wonderful way of not only melting away stress and tension, but also bit by bit helping to release our emotional baggage, in many cases without ever even needing to talk about it.

And of course, Jikiden Reiki treatment can be used to aid numerous physical conditions, as this simple natural healing method stimulates your body’s innate healing response and promotes overall balance and resilience. So it’s a great tool for preventive healthcare, too!

And the method is so simple that anyone can learn how to do this.

Jikiden Reiki training is comprehensive and with a down-to-earth focus on treatment. The method is taught in the same way it was originally practised in Japan without fashionable New Age add-ons and with its cultural and spiritual core intact. Only since 2000 has it finally been possible for Westerners to tap into the Japanese roots of this popular healing practice, and I am currently the only fully qualified teacher in Scotland.                                                  

Why Jikiden Reiki?

Jikiden Reiki makes a strong effort to keep practice and teaching as faithful as possible to the original methods taught by Mikao Usui and Chujiro Hayashi. Jikiden Reiki is pure and simple, using a clear framework for how to use Reiki in the most effective way to enhance the body’s natural healing systems. Read more on what makes Jikiden Reiki different…

” Reiki is not something we want you to think of as special. It is something everybody can do that is part of daily life”                                                                     Tadao Yamaguchi

Reiki treatment with Gisela Stewart Chiyoko and Tadao Yamaguchi at the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto, Japan
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Tadao Yamaguchi teaching in Edinburgh in July!


Tadao Yamaguchi, Head of the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto

Tadao Yamaguchi, regarded by many
as the leading authority on Reiki
today, will be coming over from Japan
to Scotland in July. Mr Yamaguchi has not
seen many doctors in his life. There were no
creams or pills or bandages in the
Yamaguchi household at all. His mother
Chiyoko had regularly experienced the efficacy
of Reiki as a treatment method not only for
common ailments, but also for injuries and
more serious health conditions from an early
age, and learned how to practise Reiki from
Dr. Hayashi, a medical doctor and Captain in
the Japanese Navy, when she was only 17.

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Watch this video
to get an impression of what it’s like to attend
Jikiden Reiki training with Tadao Yamaguchi.


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