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Free On-line Reiki Class for Healthcare Workers

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For all health care workers worldwide: emergency responders, doctors, nurses, imagining and lab technicians: FREE. You are appreciated. Get trained in Reiki to reduce your stress, as a self-care method to balance your body, emotions and mind. We trained nurses in Reiki at the Notre Dame Hospital in Montreal psychiatric emergency section with very good results. The Wellness Ninja icon was designed when our team went to the Parliament in Ottawa with the West Island Cancer Wellness Center to promote wellness for cancer patients, and the Health Ministry approved the national day.

From the comfort of your home receive Reiki initiation to help your immune system by deeply relaxing. The event is hosted on-line, in a virtual room on the Internet! Open to all healthcare workers and free. The class is hosted by DivineYu Grandmasters from our Covid-19 Care Team. Our Reiki teachers speak many languages- English, French, Spanish, Hindustani, Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Croatian, Serbian, Greek and others. If you are a health care worker, you can also ask for a private support, a Reiki session and a class from our Grandmasters. Covid-19 Care Team also transfers energy every Sunday 3pm – 3:30pm Eastern Daylight Time for free to anyone who connects to our virtual Reiki room to provide spiritual support and relaxation.

Reiki Research

November 12, 2019: A large study by Natalie L. Dyer, PhD, Ann L. Baldwin, PhD, and William L. Rand was completed with 99 Reiki Master giving sessions across the United States. A total of 1411 Reiki sessions were conducted and included in the analysis. Conclusion: Reiki acutely improved physical and psychological symptoms associated with many health conditions, including affect, pain, depression, anxiety, tiredness, drowsiness, nausea, shortness of breath, appetite, and overall well-being. Reiki can provide immediate relief for many health conditions and is used for this purpose inside and outside of the hospital setting. This multi-site real-world effectiveness trial was feasible to conduct and provided important preliminary data on the effectiveness of a single session of Reiki to improve physical and psychological symptoms. From 1989 to 2018, a total of 74 peer-reviewed research articles have been published on Reiki. Over 800 hospitals (15%) in the United States currently offer Reiki to patients.
Reference: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31638407

Rev Lat Am Enfermagem. 2011 Sep-Oct 19
The application of Reiki in nurses diagnosed with Burnout Syndrome has beneficial effects on concentration of salivary IgA and blood pressure.
Díaz-Rodríguez L, Arroyo-Morales M, Cantarero-Villanueva I, Férnandez-Lao C, Polley M, Fernández-de-las-Peñas C.
Source Departamento de Enfermería, Universidad de Granada, Spain.
This study aimed to investigate the immediate effects of the secretory immunoglobulin A (sIgA), α-amylase activity and blood pressure levels after the application of a Reiki session in nurses with Burnout Syndrome. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover design was conducted to compare the immediate effects of Reiki versus control intervention (Hand-off sham intervention) in nurses with Burnout Syndrome. Sample was composed of eighteen nurses (aged 34-56 years) with burnout syndrome. Participants were randomly assigned to receive either a Reiki treatment or a placebo (sham Reiki) treatment, according to the established order in two different days. The ANOVA showed a significant interaction time x intervention for diastolic blood pressure (F=4.92, P=0.04) and sIgA concentration (F=4.71, P=0.04). A Reiki session can produce an immediate and statistically significant improvement in sIgA concentration and diastolic blood pressure in nurses with Burnout Syndrome.
Reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22030577

Biol Res Nurs. 2011 October 13
Immediate effects of reiki on heart rate variability, cortisol levels, and body temperature in health care professionals with burnout.
Díaz-Rodríguez L, Arroyo-Morales M, Fernández-de-las-Peñas C, García-Lafuente F, García-Royo C, Tomás-Rojas I.
Source Nursing, University of Granada, Avda.Madrid s/n, Granada, Spain.
Burnout is a work-related mental health impairment comprising three dimensions: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment. Reiki aims to help replenish and rebalance the body’s energetic system, thus stimulating the healing process. The objective of this placebo-controlled, repeated measures, crossover, single-blind, randomized trial was to analyze the immediate effects of Reiki on heart rate variability (HRV), body temperature, and salivary flow rate and cortisol level in health care professionals with burnout syndrome (BS). Participants included 21 health care professionals with BS, who were asked to complete two visits to the laboratory with a 1-week interval between sessions. They were randomly assigned the order in which they would receive a Reiki session applied by an experienced therapist and a placebo treatment applied by a therapist with no knowledge of Reiki, who mimicked the Reiki treatment. Temperature, Holter ECG recordings (standard deviation of the normal-to-normal interval [SDNN], square root of mean squared differences of successive NN intervals [RMSSD], HRV index, low frequency component [LF], and high frequency component [HF]), salivary flow rate and cortisol levels were measured at baseline and postintervention by an assessor blinded to allocation group. SDNN and body temperature were significantly higher after the Reiki treatment than after the placebo. LF was significantly lower after the Reiki treatment. The decrease in the LF domain was associated with the increase in body temperature. These results suggest that Reiki has an effect on the parasympathetic nervous system when applied to health care professionals with BS.

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By receiving Reiki energy, you agree to DivineYu Terms of service: “Reiki is not intended to mitigate, prevent, treat, cure or diagnose COVID-19 in people. I understand that Reiki is a stress reduction and relaxation technique. I acknowledge that sessions administered are only for the purpose of helping me relax and to relieve stress. Reiki Practitioners do not diagnose conditions, nor do they prescribe substances or perform medical treatment, nor interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. It is recommended that I see a licensed physician, or licensed health care professional for any physical or psychological ailment or condition I may have. I also understand the body has the ability to heal itself, and to do so complete relaxation is often beneficial. Long-term imbalances in the body require multiple sessions to allow the body to reach the level of relaxation necessary to bring the system back into balance. I understand and believe that self-improvement requires commitment on my part, and that I must be willing to change in a positive way if I am to receive the full benefit of Reiki. I acknowledge my commitment to my self-improvement process.”

To safeguard your immune system, we like to follow the Health Canada Food Guide: Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits, whole grain foods and protein foods. Choose protein foods that come from plants more often. Choose foods with healthy fats instead of saturated fat. Limit highly processed foods. Prepare meals and snacks using ingredients that have little to no added sodium, sugars or saturated fat. Make water your drink of choice. Replace sugary drinks with water.