Self-Care in the time of Covid-19

self-care during covid-19

Covid-19 has changed the world, literally. This last year has forced people worldwide to stay indoors and find new ways to stay entertained. These drastic measures have also led to an increase in mental health issues, and numerous people have found themselves becoming anxious or depressed.

I want to talk to you about the importance of self-care, especially during these trying and turbulent times. It’s easy to neglect our well-being when we feel like there are external things to focus on. It’s perfectly normal to feel anxious about our circumstances, given the situation. However, you can also use this time to reflect on and renew your relationship with yourself. You can put yourself on the path to well-being by practicing several essential self-care habits during this time.

If you are experiencing any emotional or existential crises and don’t know how to work towards your goals, please book a discovery session with me. I’m a certified life coach, and I’ll discuss your current struggles and help you draft a plan for your future well-being!

What is Self-Care?

Before we talk about self-care practices, it’s essential to discuss what self-care looks like. Self-care can sound like an intimidating concept, but there’s nothing to it.

Self-care is essentially what it sounds like: taking care of yourself. You have to consider yourself the most vital part of this equation and do anything and everything that will benefit your well-being. I will go into more detail about what this looks like on a practical level, but for now, all you need to know is that consistent self-care leads to better self-esteem, more exact thoughts, more focus, and a lot more benefits.

Self-Care Habits to Adopt During Covid-19

I’m talking about self-care during these times because we all have extra time to spend indoors or at home. Most people have adopted a work-from-home structure meaning they are free to stay home while they go about their day.

This naturally frees up more time in our daily lives, which can then be used to indulge in self-care habits. Let’s look at what these are.

#1: Take out time to reflect

It’s hard to take out time to meditate or reflect when we’re running around busy in our workplaces. We often forget to take those precious ten minutes after we wake up to think or meditate. Most of our mornings are spent rushing to get ready and get out of the house.

One of the best self-care practices is to allocate ten to fifteen minutes after you wake up to reflect on your life. This is a great way to get used to introspection. You’ll start to get more in touch with your emotions and become aware of your insecurities. This sounds scary, but it’s not. It’s a beautiful process that will allow you to approach yourself with healing instead of judgment.


#2: Book time with a life coach

One of the best ways to incorporate self-care into your life is to start consulting a life coach. If you don’t know what a life coach does, let me explain. A life coach is like a coach for your life. Life coaches have significant experience in dealing with people’s ambitions, goals, and struggles.

I usually start with a free discovery session, where I get to know my client. I ask them specific questions relating to their current struggles and lifestyle. Over the next few sessions, I get to know them better and develop a detailed plan that they can use to accomplish their particular goals. I then keep checking in with them to ensure that they’re on the right track to meeting their objectives.

Talking to a life coach is an ideal part of any self-care routine as it allows you to open up to someone who can give you a strategy for your life path.

#3: Pick up a new skill

Time indoors might be a blessing in disguise if you know how to use it. An essential part of any self-care routine is to add something novel and exciting to it. You will love being presented with a new challenge and will be eager when you see how quickly you tackle it.

I would suggest picking up a new hobby or skill to ensure your time during lockdown doesn’t go to waste. This can vary from person to person, but here are a few skills you can easily pick up:

  • Learning a new language
  • Knitting or crocheting
  • Reading a book per week.
  • Solving crossword puzzles
  • Keeping a daily or weekly journal
  • Taking an online class
  • Learning new exercises

And there are a lot more you can add to this list! Do you see where I’m going with this? The possibilities are endless.

You might be confused about how learning a new skill would help you practice self-care. Well, once you set yourself on the path to learning something new, you’ll force yourself to be disciplined. This means fixing your sleep schedule and generally creating a stable routine for yourself. Once these things are in place, you will automatically feel a lot better about yourself and your general lifestyle.

Why Self-Care Routines Work

Now hear me out. For anything to work, you need to stick to it and be consistent. It’s the same thing with self-care practices. If you make them a part of your daily routine, they will help you find a sense of well-being and lead you to growth.

This is precisely why self-care routines work. They enable us to handle our daily lives better as we get more in tune with our inner selves. Once we understand our inner worlds more profoundly, we can start to make positive changes to our external life.

Schedule Your Free Discover Session Today!

Other blog posts of interest:

♦ Is Covid-19 Making You Anxious?
♦ Why Work Life Balance Doesn’t Exist
♦ How to Stop Procrastinating…One Step at a Time
♦ Benefits of Working With Life Coach During COVID
♦ Crafting New Year’s Resolutions that Actually Stick!

Crafting New Year’s Resolutions that Actually Stick!

New Year's Resolutions that stick

The New Year is an exciting time that’s chock-full of fresh possibilities and prospects. It’s no wonder that millions of people all over the world set resolutions for themselves as they go into the next year. A new year is a new chapter, waiting to be filled in with new ideas, habits, and goals. It’s an extremely positive time of the year!

Everyone has different resolutions come December, but what do resolutions represent? Isn’t it also simple to set new habits to follow throughout the year? Well, humans enjoy the notion of fresh starts and the feelings of hope they bring about. Resolutions can vary from the easily achievable to longer, more complicated ones.

Some simple resolutions could be promising to drink more water in the next year or smiling more. More complex ones could be to recognize and remove toxic people from your life or promising to take up therapy and resolve any inner struggles. Speaking of, if you need any help in figuring out which resolutions to adopt, reach out to me and book a free discovery session today!

The Issue with New Year’s Resolutions

So far, so good, right? Resolutions seem to be warm and wonderful things with great transformative powers. Here’s where the issue comes in. resolutions are much easier said than done. Every New Year’s Eve, people craft a bunch of different resolutions but come February, they’ve forgotten all about them.

It’s understandable. New habits aren’t made overnight, and human beings need consistency and time to adjust to novelty. So, how do we create New Year’s resolutions that stick throughout the year instead of till January? Well, you’re about to find out! Keep reading to understand how to embrace this New Year with steadfast resolutions.

How to Craft New Year’s Resolutions that Stick

Step #1: Be crystal clear about what you want to accomplish

This is the jumping-off point for the whole discussion. It’s important to know what you want to achieve and make a list of your priorities.

One of the best ways to ascertain your current goals is to work with a life coach. Life coaching is essential for almost any phase of your life, and it’s not just limited to an active emotional struggle. Once you sign up with a life coach, you can open up about your concerns and kick-start your journey towards self-awareness and self-fulfillment.

A good life coach will work closely with you to understand what’s going on in your life. When I take on clients, I reassure them with the knowledge that I will create a customized plan for them to follow so they can accomplish any of their personal goals.

Life coaching will allow you to list down all the things you want to work on, be it self-growth or building self-esteem. You will get a personalized strategy that you can then use to make sure you stick to the resolutions that you will draft. It’s a win-win situation!

If you’re eager to explore your upcoming resolutions, book your first free discovery session with me today. It’s that easy!

Step #2: Look at where you are right now

The way I see it, any sort of growth or progress starts when you can truly accept your current state. A lot of people live in denial about what are deemed to be ‘negative’ aspects such as flaws or insecurities. You have to understand that these are all part of human nature and where there is goodness, there may also be some negative traits.

Just because you have insecurities or flaws, don’t feel like you’re a bad person. You’re not a one-dimensional being, and it’s only when you accept this truth that you will be ready to start working on yourself.

Be open to writing down the things you feel you need to fix, be it a short or long list. You can also discuss these items with me during a free discovery session, and we can work out the feasibility of achieving your goals. You will find a lot of instant inner peace once you get your worries out into the open because you can then start to dispel them.

Step #3: Draft a feasible plan

This is where it all leads. Once you’ve followed the preceding steps, you can get to the good stuff, which is creating a plan that you can work with. This is your final list of New Year’s resolutions and your strategy of how to accomplish them.

This step will be a lot easier if you do it with a life coach. For example, let’s say you want to be healthier and overcome self-sabotage in the next year. When you discuss this with me, we will lay down a series of steps that will teach you to overcome the problem in manageable ways. Self-sabotage is a tricky thing to navigate, so we will begin by determining where the feeling is coming from and what motivations you have.

Then we will continue to write down tiny steps such as countering negative thoughts or reaching out to a friend or family member with clearer communication and therefore keep fighting the issue. You will see that these small steps will eventually lead you to conquer a larger issue, and you will have a sizeable goal to check off from your New Year’s resolutions list.

Bonus Tip: Reach out to your support system

A great way to keep yourself on track is not only to make a promise to yourself but to make it to the people around you too. You can pick a couple of friends or family members and show them the plan you’re working on to achieve your resolutions. Once you do this, you will find a sense of responsibility, and you will feel accountable to someone other than yourself. This can be a very positive and uplifting feeling and the more tasks you check off of your list, the better you will feel.

Schedule Your Free Discovery Session Today!

Other blog posts of interest:

Learning How to Shift Your Perspective
How to Give Yourself Permission to Want More
How to Stop Procrastinating…One Step at A Time
The Secret To Creating A Lasting Morning Workout Routine
5 Ways Self-Sabotage Is Stopping You From Reaching Your Goals

Build a Happy Life: 5 Great Benefits of Working with a Life Coach

happy life benefits of working with a life coachDo you want to become more self-aware? Do you want to walk on the path to self-discovery and self-fulfillment? If yes, you’re not alone. One of the greatest joys of being human is being able to discover new facets of our personalities and carve out opportunities for improvement. Once you start this journey, you can eventually unlock your full potential and get a sense of self! And the best part is, we can tell you how to get there.

Everyone could use a little help from time to time. Whether you want to work on self-esteem building or need general guidance in your life, it can be a bit confusing to chalk out a path. You might feel lost or feel like there’s no way to accomplish your life goals, but we’re here to cut through the fog. It would help if you had a life coach.

What is Life Coaching?

Simply put, life coaching encompasses an extensive range of general and specific skillsets. It can vary from relationship coaching to self-help and even career coaching. Say you’re feeling a little demotivated at work. You can use life coaching to jump-start your path to motivation and a healthy sense of self.  Or perhaps you’ve wanted to start a new venture, but your self-doubt is creating problems. Life coaching can help you cut through the doubts and achieve that goal! So, whether you want to work on your self-esteem, create a healthy work-life balance, maintain successful relationships, find your greater purpose, or lead a happy life, life coaching is the way to go.

What’s the Difference Between a Life Coach and a Therapist?

Now, before we go any further, you should know that a life coach is not the same as a therapist. As licensed psychotherapist and board-certified Tess Brigham explains, “a coach looks at your present to help you create the future, while a therapist looks at your past to help you manage your present.” The clear distinction here is that a life coach takes a direct and action-oriented approach with clear goals, whereas a therapist looks more at what’s causing you to feel out of sorts.

What Does a Life Coach Do?

Since you now know what a life coach does not do, let’s talk about what they do. Think of yourself as a tennis player – feel free to pick any sport, really – and what that involves. Every player has a coach who guides them through a strategic plan so they can bring the trophy home (think Serena Williams!). Just as sports coaches study the playing field and devise strategies of action, life coaches study your current situation and assess what should be done. Of course, you should have some goals in mind when you approach a life coach. They will then give you a plan to work with, so you can accomplish whatever it is you need to do.

At this point, you might ask yourself what “the plan” really entails. Well, that’s the best bit about life coaching. It’s your plan, your way. A life coach is simply a trained and experienced professional who will improve your productivity in all areas of your life. There is a long list of roles that a life coach can take on, depending on the situation. Life coaches can be consultants, motivational speakers, great listeners and a lot more. Essentially, this is a person who will get you on the track to win at life, and they won’t let you down.

The Benefits of Working with a Life Coach

We have discussed the general reasons why anyone who wants a great life should start life coaching. Now, let’s take a deep dive into some specific benefits you would enjoy once you got a life coach:

#1: A more confident mindset

Lack of confidence is a prevalent problem that individuals can face. It doesn’t mean you’re weak nor does it mean you lack a true sense of self. If you feel like you need to build your confidence, you can sign up with a life coach and watch your life change! A life coach will help you create an empowered self-image, work on self-esteem building and, ultimately, better confidence. Healthy confidence is the key to several areas of life, whether they are professional or personal. A boost of confidence will only help you to achieve your other goals.

#2: A clearer outlook

You might feel like you want to change up your life without knowing which specific area needs attention. Here’s where a life coach comes in. They will help you unpack your objectives, getting unstuck from old energies in the process, and then hyper-focus on what you want. Your life coach will determine what is most vital to you, and they will then help you define the path you need to take. Once you achieve your clarity of purpose, a greater sense of self will prevail and you’ll be set for success.

#3: An assertive approach

Everyone struggles with self-doubt sometimes. It’s the internal enemy that festers and slows down our progress. You might have set a project for yourself only to find that your self-esteem issues are clouding your chance of success. Once you connect with a life coach, this will change. Your life coach will help you defeat the self-doubt demon, leaving you free to focus your energy on your ultimate vision.

#4: A result-oriented path

Too often we carve paths for ourselves that we’re determined to walk on but fail to follow through, our sense of self can be challenged and we need to focus on some self-esteem building. This situation occurs when there’s a disconnect between what you want to do and your ideas around how difficult it would be to take action. A life coach is an excellent addition to this dilemma because they can ensure that you implement the plan they have set out. Once you work with them, you will find it easy to apply your vision to your life!

#5: A recognition of potential

A lot of people feel like their lives can’t change. Or that it’s too late for them to achieve the specific goals they had in mind. Many times this is brought on by negative thought patterns, a negative sense of self, or self-sabotaging behaviors. A life coach can do wonders in this situation. Not only will they assure and motivate you, but they will also help you recognize your potential. No one can live in a state of stagnancy, and an experienced life coach will help you fulfill your true potential.

Schedule an Appointment to Work with a Life Coach Today!

Other blog posts of interests:

♦ Accountability & Working With A Professional Life Coach
 What to Expect: When Working With A Professional Life Coach
♦ 5 Ways Self-Sabotage Is Stopping You From Reaching Your Goals
♦ Secret Reasons Why Professional Coaches Are NOT Calling You Back

Why Work Life Balance Doesn’t Exist

work life balance heading

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2018 Americans worked an average of 8.5 hours on the weekdays and 5.4 hours on the weekend!

Yes, we’re all working weekends and tossing the idea of work-life balance out the window. Though some companies are trying to do more to support employees with enterprise wellness initiatives, ergonomic furniture, and providing work-life balance tips for employees, I’m here to tell you that it’s all a myth.

What work-life balance articles don’t tell you

work life balance articlesI’ve worked with a lot of clients who say that one of their goals is to achieve work-life balance because they read an article in such and such publication.  Yes, they want more time with their family.  Yes, they want to work less crazy hours.  Yes, they want to have more control over their schedules.  However, in our coaching sessions, it quickly becomes apparent that these clients don’t really want work-life balance.

One thing that attracts many clients to me when they want to find a life coach is the fact that I’m a holistic coach who works with both personal and professional aspects of a clients’ life.  So when they come to me with eloquently written work-life balance articles, I do all I can not to shake my head.  What I’ve found in my own research and reading of such articles is that the advice provided is usually based upon unrealistic or ideal situations.  Clients I work with usually have real-life situations like:

  • terrible boss
  • troubled teen
  • workplace bullying
  • being a single parent
  • toxic work environment
  • lack of trust and respect between management and associates

The list goes on.  So though these clients want to be in the ideal work/life balance scenario at a job they love, that is usually not their situation.  This means that much of the advice in work-life balance articles simply doesn’t work!  What I have found to be effective is for a client to really evaluate the type of workplace and management that they have to deal with.  From there, we work on action steps that they can apply in their particular situation.

My final word on work-life balance articles is to take anything you read with a grain of salt.  Understand what can actually be applied in your situation.

Why the perceived benefits of work-life balance actually have to do with your personal life

balance in personal lifeIn those glowy wonderful articles, I just mentioned I often see very long lists around the benefits of work-life balance.  Those lists haunt my dreams!  Clients who want to find a life coach often contact me with these same lists and rattle off want they want me to do for them.

First, I explain the million-dollar question around “what is a life coach?” and the fact that a professional life coach does not “do” the work for the client.  If they want something, they have to do it themselves.  A professional life coach asks powerful questions in a strategic way so that the client comes up with the right solution for themselves.

Then I explain that the benefits of work-life balance they are describing require deeper exploration in many areas of their lives during coaching sessions.  Either way, I make it clear that change won’t happen overnight.  However, just for fun, I’ve decided to list a few benefits of work-life balance that I often hear from clients:

  • taking less sick time
  • increased productivity
  • better able to handle stress
  • more positive attitude at work
  • more collaborative spirit with team members
  • better able to handle negative situations that may arise

Honestly, all of those items sound like a sales pitch in a cheesy brochure but I digress.  Once clients hire a life coach like me they realize that the benefits they want will only come about when they take some action in other parts of their lives.

get clear on what you wantFor example, a client who seems to take a lot of sick time may have a lot going on at home.  This means they never have a chance to decompress from the stress at work.  They go from one stressful environment (home) to another (work) and they are mentally and emotionally drained.  The way they attempt to manage their situation is to limit their exposure to work stress by taking sick days and just staying in bed on those days.

As a professional life coach, the way I would approach this situation is by first understanding what they want. In this instance, let’s say the client wants to develop better work/life balance routines. Once they have identified that, then we would move forward by getting clear on how they plan on getting to their end goals.  Next would come their identification of small, measurable action steps.  One of the benefits that they would undoubtedly get from getting other parts of their lives in order would be taking less sick time from work.

This is a perfect example of how a client’s perspective on what they think needs to change isn’t really the thing that needs to change.  In this example a client came to me with a list of benefits of work-life balance and through our effective partnership, they got that factors in their personal life, which were having a negative impact on their professional life, needed to be addressed. Once they start addressing those factors in their personal life, things in their professional life got better.

My final thoughts on anyone who has a list of work-life balance benefits they wish to achieve is to find a life coach who you connect with and get to the root of your issues.  You will undoubtedly find that many of the things that are preventing you from moving forward at work may not be directly associated with work at all!

Achieving work-life balance is actually about awareness and overall balance

work life balance awareness“Achieving work-life balance” is a zen pipe dream I believe all of those articles I mentioned earlier promise readers.  When a client decides to hire a life coach, they quickly realize that same thing.  If all of the moving parts in a client’s life were in sync and their only issues were around the demands from their job, they’d probably find another job.

The ultimate goal when it comes to both work and life is for a person to do two things:

  • live from a point of greater awareness
  • want more balance and engagement overall

You see, work specifically, is likely not the root of your problem.  You first need to identify what you actually want to achieve.  In the example we went through earlier, the client wanted to work/life balance habits.  Once that was established and action steps where identified and taken, the client began to live from a point of greater awareness in their life.  The ripple effect of that greater awareness allowed them to have more balance and engagement in their life overall.

Do you see how this all fits together?  I hope so.  I just want to get you to the point of realization that the idea of achieving work-life balance has much more to do with you working on other areas of your life that will have an impact on how you spend your time at work.

Now when it comes to developing greater awareness and gaining more balance, there are quite a few things that you can do. Some of those activities include:

  • yoga
  • mindful meditation
  • walk in/be in nature
  • chakra therapy
  • journaling
  • hire a life coach:)
  • traditional counseling or therapy

Why work-life balance is important to employers

work life balance employersTo put it simply, employers want the most bang for their buck so to speak. Every employer’s goal is to get as much use and work out of employees as possible at the lowest possible cost.  No business thinks any differently.  That’s just capitalism.  To be fair, there are some employers who are far better than others at offering more harmonious, peaceful and collaborative environments for employees to work in.  This means the need for work-life balance is seemingly taken into consideration when an employer offers certain health & wellness or alternative work programs.

The bottom line is that employers want you healthy (mentally and physically) so you can do more work for them.  I hate to break it to you, but your company doesn’t really care if you’re happy or fulfilled.  That’s your responsibility to address in a productive way.  That’s why making the decision to hire a life coach is so important.  For any adult who wants to live their best life in this day and age, you need someone to help you with structure, boundaries, and change.

Disadvantages of work-life balance

disadvantages of work life balancePlease understand, work-life balance as a concept is not negative.  However what I’ve found to be true as a professional life coach is that clients put all of their attention on “fixing” the wrong things.  What I mean by that is that a client will focus on how to make changes about the time they spend at work and just stop there. They won’t take the plunge to reflect upon their lives as a whole and possibly see that their commitments outside of work may be a major factor in their tiredness, lack of engagement, etc. at work.

My conclusion is that one of the biggest disadvantages of work-life balance is the that you might think it’s the end all, be all reason that you’re stressed out.  Take the time to explore the reasons you have a lack of balance in your life overall.  Guess what?  It’s likely not one single thing!  It’s likely a bunch of things that require you to approach them with a greater sense of awareness.


Though the concept of work-life balance is appealing and everybody wants it, I’ve learned that it doesn’t actually exist.  Many times people are misled by reading work-life balance articles or seeing wonderful lists of benefits that this is what they could have if they do xyz.

That’s a fantasy.

The reality is that you and I live crazy busy multifaceted lives where we all wear a million hats.  As a professional life coach, I’ve seen more clients conceptually achieve work-life balance as a result of dealing with other areas of their lives.

So are you ready to take the next steps and accomplish your idea of work-life balance? Then look no further and book a session today!

Schedule Appointment

Now you know where I stand on this topic, but what are your thoughts?  Has anything you’ve done had an impact on your work-life balance?  Comment below!

Other blog posts of interest:

What is Reiki Good For?
How Are You Finding Your Bliss?
Overcoming Self-Sabotage: 3 Steps to Take Today
5 Ways Self-Sabotage Is Stopping You From Reaching Your Goals
Secret Reasons Why Professional Coaches Are NOT Calling You Back

What is Reiki Good For?

what is reiki good for

It can be hard to know what Reiki is good for unless you have gone through the Reiki process and experienced the effects of Reiki for yourself. The goal of this blog post is to let you know what Reiki is good for and why researching a coach with a background in Reiki is important when you go to hire a health coach.  The reason for this is because the positive effects of Reiki will easily flow through any session you have with that health coach and have long-lasting benefits.

What is Reiki good for?

Reiki is a therapeutic healing art of Japanese origin that seeks to bolster a patient healing process through the placement of hands to restore energetic flow. Reiki practitioners tap into universal energy and channel it to a patient’s body where healing is required making the body to initiate the ability to self-healing. A Reiki session is always desirable in a quiet setting where there are no disturbances. Depending on your practitioner’s directive, your sessions can frequent soft music to mask ambient noise, or you can work in absolute silence to receive the healing. Your Reiki sessions can take approximately 15 to 90 minutes, depending on your settings, which can be private or healthcare based.  A really cool aspect of Reiki is that is can also be applied in a distance healing way so when you are looking to hire a health coach, finding one who is a Reiki Master is a definite plus!  They will usually apply Reiki healing energy to your sessions prior to it starting.

What to Expect from Reiki?

what to expect from reiki 2

There are no clearly set Reiki sessions in term of length of time or protocol. This may have you asking yourself “Then what is reiki good for?”.  Anyone with Reiki knowledge, ranging from a healthcare provider, a professional practitioner, to a family member can administer a Reiki session.   That is when you’re looking to hire a health coach, finding one experienced in Reiki is useful.  Although a quiet place is preferable, the Reiki process can be done anywhere so long as the client is open to receiving the Reiki energy. For the best possible experience, finding a practitioner who you are comfortable with is critical. Professional Reiki practitioners provide space where they administer services to their patients.

A Reiki session involves giving a light, non-invasive touch to a patient lying on a treatment table fully clothed. The patient should never feel pressure as a result of intrusive or inappropriate hand placement. After a Reiki session, you should feel relaxed, refreshed, and think clearly.

Reiki Process

what is reiki good for 3A master passes Reiki to their students through Reiki attunement, which allows universal Reiki connection for the students making them Reiki vessels. You can also learn Reiki from books and master hand positions, but you can only practice Reiki by getting attuned to channel Reiki energy correctly. A Reiki master opens a powerful spiritual experience to their students, which allows your energy and that of others to flow freely impacting body health positively.

As mentioned earlier, a Reiki session can occur in-person or from a distance (i.e. over the phone, through a television screen, etc.) so if you can hire a health coach with whom you also have Reiki as either incorporate in the session or as an additional service, do it!

On receiving the attunement, Reiki students claim that their intuitive awareness and sensitivity increases. Before preparing for a Reiki attunement session, you have to go through a 3-day cleansing period where you should eat light foods, limit sugar, caffeine, alcohol, or tobacco. You should also work on releasing negative emotions such as jealousy and anger by reading and meditating.


Some great books on Reiki:

Positive Effects of Reiki

what is reiki good for 5Reiki has many benefits to clients, such as promoting harmony and balance through the body’s natural healing ability.   Reiki also helps the body to release tension and stress by creating deep relaxation. Clients can experience emotional cleansing and spiritual growth. Engaging in Reiki sessions boosts your immune system hence allowing the body to cleanse itself against toxins.

Clients leave a Reiki session with a clear and focused mind and can return to their healthy natural state. A Reiki session results in a sound sleep as you can learn this art and administer it to yourself. Using Reiki complements other therapies and medical treatments including but not limited to when working with a health coach.

Disadvantages of Reiki

what is reiki good for 4It is necessary to consult with health care providers before receiving Reiki treatments to assess the side effects. The adverse effects of Reiki include limited science support that can offer effective healing assurance.

Reiki is associated with inadequate insurance coverage. Practitioners of Reiki lack formal regulations governing their practice. Patients with similar ailment have chances of responding to Reiki variably. Therefore, there are no specific or accurate statistical results for Reiki.


After reading this blog post, you should have the answer to that burning question “what is Reiki good for?” as well as an understanding of:

  1. What to expect from Reiki
  2. Effects of reiki
  3. Reiki process
  4. Disadvantages of reiki

Other blog posts of interest:

How Are You Finding Your Bliss?
Overcoming Self-Sabotage: 3 Steps to Take Today
  The Secret To Creating A Lasting Morning Workout Routine
  What to Expect: When Working With A Professional Life Coach
  Dating Around: Controversial Reasons Why He is NOT Calling You Back! (For Women Only)