Master Practitioner (Level 3a): This level is for those who wish to deepen their commitment to Reiki and further develop their skills. Practitioners receive advanced training and attunements, learning additional symbols and techniques for spiritual healing and personal growth. They may also learn how to attune others to Reiki energy.

Master Teacher (Level 3b or Master/Teacher): The Master Teacher level is for those who wish to teach and attune others to Reiki. In addition to receiving the final attunements and teachings, Master Teachers learn how to conduct Reiki training classes, facilitate attunements, and uphold the Reiki principles and ethics.


Reiki healing is a form of energy healing that originated in Japan in the early 20th century. The word “Reiki” is derived from two Japanese words: “rei,” which means universal, and “ki,” which means life force energy. Reiki practitioners believe that this universal life force energy flows through all living things and that disruptions or imbalances in this energy can lead to physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual ailments. During a Reiki session, the practitioner channels and directs this healing energy through their hands, which they either lightly touch or hover over the recipient’s body. The recipient remains fully clothed and typically lies down on a massage table or sits in a chair, while the practitioner moves their hands systematically through various positions on or above the body, focusing on areas of need. The goal of Reiki healing is to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and facilitate the body’s natural ability to heal itself. It is believed to work on multiple levels, addressing not only physical symptoms but also underlying energetic imbalances and emotional or spiritual issues.

First Degree (Level 1): This is the introductory level of Reiki training where students learn the basic principles, history, and techniques of Reiki healing. They receive attunements from a Reiki Master, which are energetic initiations that open them to channeling Reiki energy. At this level, practitioners primarily focus on self-healing and treating others on a physical level.

Second Degree (Level 2): In the second degree, practitioners deepen their Reiki practice by learning additional symbols and techniques for distant healing and emotional/mental healing. They receive further attunements, which enhance their ability to channel Reiki energy. Practitioners at this level may also begin to offer Reiki treatments professionally.

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