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Connect.  Heal.  Thrive.

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About

Work. Bills. Dating/Partner. Kids. Politics. Climate change. MTA... you name it! How do you cope with it all?!
With so many things constantly coming at us, there is a very natural tendency to either dwell on the past, or worry about the future. The problem when we do this is that we miss out on living our best lives RIGHT NOW. Our minds are full of chatter about what we coulda/shoulda/woulda done yesterday, or what we could/should/will do tomorrow. 
Left unaddressed, these thoughts will manifest as anxiety, depression, or physical aches and illness. Reiki is a holistic, non-invasive technique that promotes healing from the inside out. Benefits include pain reduction, stress/anxiety relief, increased focus and energy, aid in sleeping, release of toxins and blockages, change in thought patterns, and more!

I am twin attuned by Reiki Masters of the Usui lineage and offer Reiki sessions in 30 minute increments.

Feeling under the weather or have mobility issues that prohibit you from an in-person session? Distance Reiki is a great alternative! Reiki energy travels through time and space to the intended recipient. Perhaps you have acute pain or just need a one-time boost. If you have chronic pain or depression, you will receive maximum benefit from a package of multiple, daily sessions. Have an upcoming interview? Distance Reiki can be sent for future events!

Has your furry family member fallen ill or had surgery? Animals are often more receptive to energy than humans, making Pet Reiki a safe, complimentary mode of healing!

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Testimonials

"I went to HumanKind Wellness a couple of weeks ago for a Reiki session, and I’ll definitely be going back for more sessions in the near future.
 

To start, Rachael is truly a gem. (I’d go as far as calling her an earth healer.) She exudes a positive, warm energy that puts you at ease instantly. She’s the type of person you want to be around even after a seriously awful day.
 

We started the appointment discussing my reasons for booking a Reiki session. Through some tears, I explained that I’ve been struggling with high functioning depression and anxiety for years. After deciding that SSRIs are not for me, I was looking for sustainable ways to find equilibrium—in addition to the usual recommendations of therapy, diet, sleep and exercise. Let’s be honest: therapy has its limits and it’s hard to sleep consistently, eat healthfully and exercise regularly when you’re parenting a (super lovely but highly unpredictable) toddler and dealing with all of life’s usual stressors in your mid-30s. It was clear from the first ten minutes alone that Rachael understood my needs and that I was in good hands.

The session itself was in comfortable, candlelit room with soothing music in the background. I opted for the light touch Reiki (versus touch-less). Having never experienced Reiki before, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. During the session, I felt very relaxed with some noteworthy vibrations over my forehead and throat. I was honestly shocked at how relaxed I felt considering this wasn’t a massage. (For those of you new to Reiki: these vibrations were startling at first, but I later found them energizing.)  

At the end of the session, I stood up and feeling much lighter and simply just...better. (A far cry from the state I was in at the beginning of the session.) My session with Rachael had helped clear some space in my mind and I was feeling much less rundown and fatigued because of it.

I can’t really explain the science behind Reiki. But, even as a true believer in modern medicine, I also believe that some people in this world are healers. I truly believe that Rachael is one of those people." ~N. Warren

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