Japanese Reiki

Japanese Reiki & Kekko Massage
Japanese Reiki and Kekko Massage with Dr Melanie Jones PhD Paradise Clinic Kemnay Aberdeenshire

Japanese Reiki is exceptionally relaxing and is one of those treatments that defies explanation in any great detail. Really you should try it yourself and assess the benefits to you as an individual. Generally the treatment is 90 minutes and though it does not involve self-help afterwards many people report a deep sense of calm which pervades for many weeks after their treatment. 

Melanie’s teacher is trained by Tadao Yamaguchi and as such the techniques used in your treatment are pure, simple and originate directly from the Usui method. If you wanted to learn how to treat yourself then Melanie’s teacher Gisela Stewart runs a course twice a year at Paradise Clinic in Kemnay.


About Jikiden Reiki

Jikiden Reiki can be used for minor illnesses such as coughs and colds, headaches and tummy bugs. It appears to accelerate the natural healing process for injuries such as cuts, grazes and bruises and even burns. Reiki Practitioners and parents who have learnt Reiki in order to treat their own children have reported interesting results on various childhood diseases, ear ache, growing pains and temper tantrums. Acute problems such as infections may shift easily and quickly, and even long-term sufferers of chronic diseases may find some relief from their condition.

Preventative healthcare is where Reiki really comes into its own. Jikiden Reiki aims to break down toxins and aid the body in eliminating the toxins that may underlie many health conditions. If we address the accumulations of toxins and unhelpful mental states that eventually result in disease at an early stage, potentially we never need become ill at all.
'Jikiden' means 'directly transmitted' from the founder of Reiki, Mikao Usui, and Dr Chujiro Hayashi, his student. Pure Japanese Reiki, nothing added, nothing taken away, and taught with the original intentions behind it.    

Jikiden Reiki is Reiki as it was originally taught in Japan. It is pure, simple, and considered extremely effective with over 65 years of experience behind it.

In the West, we had believed for a long time that Reiki had died out in Japan. The news that Chiyoko Yamaguchi had learnt directly from one of the original teachers, and was willing to share her insights, caused a stir in the Western Reiki world. We can now have access to the original concepts and the specifically Japanese background of Reiki practice.

What happens in a Reiki Treatment

A standard treatment normally lasts around 60 minutes, but may be given for up to 90 minutes per session if necessary. The practitioner places their hands on your fully clothed body. We normally start a treatment by giving Reiki to the head for quite a while, and then work in those areas that need Reiki the most. The Kekko Massage is a vigorous 10 minute massage on the clothing of the back of your body at the end of a session. (Note, we do not follow a set of standard hand positions, as is practised in Western Reiki, but immediately go to the hot spots and stay there for as long as is needed). Jikiden Reiki practitioners are trained to find these areas observing and interpreting the sensations we feel in our hands. “Directing Reiki energy directly to those areas with high accumulations of toxins tends to get fast and effective results.” Gisela Stewart, Jikiden Reiki Teacher.

Website: yourhealthinsafehands.co.uk

What will I feel during and after Reiki

“Everyone's experience of Reiki is unique. Most people find Reiki profoundly relaxing. This effect of inner calm often lasts long after the session is over. Occasionally, deeply held emotions may rise up, or physical symptoms may briefly get worse before they improve. This is seen as a sign that the healing process is working. Usually, this process is very gentle and many clients feel positively energised after a Reiki session.”

Call Melanie for a free 10-minute telephone consultation and Melanie will recommend you the best treatment to start with, or help you choose a program which can be specially personalised and tailored to your needs at your first appointment.

Melanie is based at the established natural health Paradise Clinic in Corner of Paradise Road, Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5NB.

A wide range of clients come to Kemnay from Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and beyond.

Kemnay is very close to Inverurie and the A96. Kemnay is a 20-minute drive from Aberdeen on the dual carriageway. 


Dr Melanie Jones PhD (non-medical research)


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