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I highly recommend Grief Reiki for anyone with grief and loss issues...it is a gift you deserve to give yourself. Having such a compassionate guide through this work will help you get your "life" back on track so that you are free to be in the moment and truly love again.

Client

( Grief Support Group )

I had never had Reiki before but Grief Reiki described everything to me before my session. After it was over I felt wonderful. I'm sold on Reiki!

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Client

( Reiki Session )

Thank you so much for your fabulous facilitation!

Client

( Grief Support Group )

My one hour Reiki session was just what I needed. Thank you Grief Reiki for making it such a relaxing and peaceful experience!

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Client

( Reiki Session )

Many thanks for the amazing 8-week journey which I am sure has created an opening for true healing.

Client

( Grief Support Group )

Grief Reiki was an earth angel sent to me and was a rock to me when I needed it.

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Client

( Reiki and Grief Client )

What Grief Reiki offers is a blend of support group and a formal class. There is a textbook for the class (included in the cost) and homework to complete every week, but don’t let that intimidate or deter you. There is a clear process that Grief Reiki guides participants through and the steps are sequential and cumulative.

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( Grief Support Group )

Recent Blog Posts

Birthdays and Grief

How are you supposed to handle birthdays and grief?  March 3 is the birthday of my best friend, Joy. She was just like her name – full of JOY and PASSION for life. Since she died, I have still tried to remember her birthday every year.  I am sure there are some people who think that

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Death Midwife

What is a Death Midwife?

I am excited to announce I have finally completed all three training levels to become a Death Midwife! I realized after my Dad died how much I didn’t understand about death and the dying process. Mainly because, like grief, we rarely talk about it. As a result, I often felt helpless and uninformed on what

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Missing A Loved One on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be one of the toughest days of the year when you are grieving. It is another reminder the people you love or once loved are no longer around.  The loss could be the result of a death, break-up or divorce. Often you anticipate it weeks or even months in advance giving you a sense of dread. Although

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Helping Friends Who Are Grieving

  Last week was a tough week. Two dear friends both buried their Fathers. I can’t imagine the pain and sadness they must be going through. Thinking of them reminded me it would be a good time to talk about how we can help our friends who are grieving. What should we say? More importantly what

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Your Career and Grief

Our local paper recently ran an article about 100s of layoffs at a large company in our area. This isn’t the first time they have made this type of announcement. Employees have lived on pins and needles for years with lay-off threats. I can’t even imagine how it has affected them. Like a cloud hanging constantly over their

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What, No Funeral?

  There have been a few instances in my life when I was either unable to attend a funeral or memorial service because it was in another state or the family decided not to have either one. Either way it can be painful for those trying to grapple with their grief. Funeral and memorial services can give

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