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I encountered Reiki in 2010, and was trained by Reiki Masters Gilles Tikka and Martine Rollin-Tikka in Paris (Reiki France), obtaining my three Reiki degrees between 2010 and 2012. Since that time, I have practised Reiki daily, either with meditation, or alongside a simple yoga practise. I wish here to give thanks to my teachers Gilles and Martine. My path in Reiki began with a single session with Martine in 2010. I knew instantly that I wanted to learn about and then work with Reiki. It is with great joy that I could study with them for my three degrees.

I received my Reiki III practitioner degree just 10 days before I was to leave France in 2012. That weekend of initiation and attunement was a very special moment.

I have always been interested in the energetic arts and from my years at university onwards I attended evening classes in Tai Chi (Bronwyn Hipkin, Cambridge UK), and in Aikido (Tony Sargeant, Cambridge). Moving to Paris in 1992, I subsequently discovered Les temps du corps, a center for study and practice of Qi Gong founded by Ke Wên. I trained under Sun Feng for 5 years, taking classes in Dao Yin Qi-Gong.

Reiki-waves is an intitiative that has been gradually developing over the past months, as I integrate regular distance work into my daily Reiki practice.

Although with my Reiki III diplôma I obtained the level of Reiki Practitioner, this is in reality the point where it all begins. This year, my own work has been enrichened by two Workshops for Reiki practitioners run by Candace Caddick – Reiki Master, author and member of The Reiki Association – which she held in September and October at energy sites in the UK. This year her workshops took place at Woodhenge (near Stonehenge in Wiltshire), and next spring, I will be taking part in further workshops at Avebury. The Woodhenge workshops centered around inner vision, and have been really deepening my practice of Reiki.

I am very happy to share regular Reiki work with Vibeke Francis – website www.spirit-horse.net – who works particularly with Reiki for horses. The work that we do together in our exploration of Reiki is both profoundly enriching and profoundly healing.

In February 2015 I began my Systematic Kinesiology Foundation Course (Levels 1 to 4) and am a student of Rosie Dowbekin for the Academy of Systematic Kinesiology (London). I am taking the Intermediate Level course (Levels 5 & 6) in June and July of this year, and hope to begin my full Diplôma training this autumn in Bristol. This will lead me to integrate Kinesiology fully into my healing practice, and I will be able to offer Kinesiology Sessions (with or without Reiki), from September 2015. For more information about my Kinesiology practice please click here.

 


My own Reiki lineage is as follows :

Dr. Mikao USUI
Grand Master REIKI, Founder of the natural method of REIKI
(1st generation)

Dr. Chijiro HAYASHI
Grand Master REIKI, successor of Mikao USUI
(2nd generation)

Madame Hawayo TAKATA
Grand Master REIKI, successor of
Chijiro HAYASHI
(3rd generation)

Madame Iris ISHIKURO
REIKI Master, niece of Hawayo TAKATA
Initiated Master of REIKI by Hawayo TAKATA
(4th generation)

Dr. Arthur L. ROBERTSON
REIKI Master, Preseident founder of the A.R.M.A.
(American REIKI Master Association)
Initiated REIKI Master by Iris ISHIKURO
(5th generation)

Dr. Roger FOISY
REIKI Master teacher,
Initiated REIKI Master by Arthur L. ROBERTSON
(6th generation)

Gilles TIKKA
REIKI Master teacher,
Initiated REIKI master by Roger FOISY
(7th generation)

Martine ROLLIN-TIKKA
REIKI Master teacher,
Initiated REIKI Master by Gilles TIKKA
(8th generation)

Peter Jeffs
3rd Degree REIKI,
Initiated 3rd Degrée REIKI Practitioner
by Gilles TIKKA & Martine ROLLIN-TIKKA
(8th generation)

 

Profesional affiliations

In 2014 I became a member of The Reiki Association at Practitioner level, and hope to receive accreditation with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council, (CNHC) before the end of the year.