Reiki and Pain Management

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Turn the Tide with Reiki—
A Natural Pain Management Therapy
Pain comes in all “shapes and sizes”—everything from nagging headaches to crippling arthritis. When pain is chronic, it’s a life-changer and adversely affects our quality of life. An estimated 100 million Americans live with chronic pain. Medications are an option for some. But these come with a serious list of possible side effects. Surgery is another option and comes with its own significant risks.
Now is the time to try a natural approach to pain relief—Reiki, a hands-on, non-invasive therapy that catalyzes your body’s organic ability to heal itself. This integrative healing therapy can relieve your pain and reduce the stress associated with pain. 
Integrative—that makes Reiki the perfect complement for traditional medical practices. Reiki often can reduce the amount of necessary drug therapy and can speed the recovery time for required surgeries—all the while, assisting pain relief by natural means.
Experience Reiki for yourself and find out why over 60 hospitals and clinics in the U.S., including M.D. Anderson, utilize Reiki in their patient programs.
Anne Schneider is a Kerrville Reiki Master with nine years of experience. Support your wellness now and schedule your 75-minute Reiki session with Anne at her Ventana Al Cielo Studio, The Center for Fitness, or Peak Fitness. Contact her today at Anne@ReikiTexas.info or (830)739-5828. Visit her website at www.ReikiTexas.info.
Interested in learning Reiki to help manage your own pain or that of a loved one? Anne’s two-day Reiki I training is simple and practical—FRI, 6:30-9:30 p.m. through SAT, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Contact Anne now to attend one of her next training workshops, January 30-31 or February 27-28.
                               from Kerr County People, JAN/FEB 2015 issue, pg. 44
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