Reiki and Seichem levels 1 & 2 Practitioners Course with Calandra Kalamaridis
Date: 1st September Cost: £200
Maximum THREE students per class
Course Cost - £200 to be paid via bank transfer to:
A/C Name: C D Kalamaridis 00017183
Sort Code: 20-92-08
Full Balance to be paid at time of booking.
The workshop is held at Jackie Hamilton School premises at Melbourne House, Arminghall Close, Norwich NR3 3UE with free car park
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- Insurable Course allowing you to give treatments to the public and charge for it.
- No Prerequisites, No written exams.
- Certification will be awarded at the end of the day, following the completion of practical work during the course of the day.
- All course material will be provided on the day.f
- Maximum THREE students in the class
Reiki and Seichem is a powerful system of healing used by many people all over the world. Reiki pronounced 'ray key' is a Japanese word meaning Universal Life Energy. Rediscovered in ancient Sanskrit texts by a Japanese scholar, Mikaomi Usui at the end of the 19th Century.
The Reiki system was then taken to America in the 1940's by Mrs Hawayo Takata, a Japanese American born in Hawaii and was spread throughout the western world from America to Europe and beyond.
Seichem pronounced 'say keem', was given to Patrick Ziegler in the Pyramids in 1980 and it reputedly one of the healing arts practiced in Ancient Egypt. Reiki is one of the four elements of Seichem used in the RASA (Reiki and Seichem Association UK) system. EARTH, WATER, AIR/SPIRIT, and FIRE.
Each student will be individually attuned to receive and channel these healing energies to the 1st and 2nd Degree (Levels 1&2).
Please email Calandra with any questions you may have regarding the course at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This varies with every association but, for example, the CThA awards 5 points for a one day workshop. You can also earn points for any theory work and research you do in advance as ‘private reading’. The CThA awards 1 point per hour (max of 5 hours per year).