Certified Reiki Practitioner | Teacher | Coach
Trauma Informed/Resiliency Focused Reiki
Reiki has changed my life, and it will change yours too.
It’s in Your Hands Reiki is a way of responding to the calling I have had for many years to be of service to others. I've been practicing Reiki for several years, and am honored to share Reiki with others as a tool for empowerment, resiliency, and personal growth.
I believe Reiki should be available to everyone. Because it has been historically inaccessible to many people, I seek to include those who have been excluded with a focus on accessibility and representation. My practice is dedicated to removing the barriers that have kept, and often still keep, people from accessing Reiki as a tool for balance, healing and spiritual growth.
I bring 30 years of leadership in social service organizations, which has provided me with many opportunities to mentor and coach individuals and teams, and to create spaces that bring people together to learn, grow and support each other.
It’s in Your Hands Reiki brings together my passions: a commitment to personal growth, self empowerment, and resilience and a way to build intentional community.
I am certified as a Reiki Master Teacher in the Usui Ryoho tradition, although I choose to refer to myself as a Teacher rather than a Master. I am also certified in Crystal Reiki and Animal Reiki.
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I honor the Indigenous people whose traditional and ancestral homelands on which I now live, work, and play: The Nisqually, Squaxin, Cowlitz, and other Coast Salish peoples. I thank the descendants of these tribes for being the original stewards and protectors of these lands. I acknowledge the systemic policies of genocide, relocation, and assimilation that still impact many Indigenous and Native American people today. I am honored to be a guest upon these lands. This acknowledgment does not take the place of authentic relationships with Indigenous communities, but serves as a first step in honoring the land I am on. I invite you to identify the native lands on which you are currently occupying. If you don’t know, you can find out by clicking the link below.