Finally, we are open at Katsura Reiki again.  We are excited to welcome new clients.  We will be following the recommended protocols and using PPE during treatments.  We will use e-transfer for payments.  Clients will be schedule with enough time to reduce physical distancing and sanitization of our facilities. We will also offer reiki sessions outdoors as well -as long as weather permits.


Now as we welcome a new season we can enjoy the outdoors.  Take advantage of the beautiful weather and practice a walking meditation.  




Happy Easter

As we celebrate with family this Easter it is a time for gratitude yet physical distancing.  The numbers may be smaller but all our extended family members are with us in our thoughts during this challenging time.


Sending distance reiki is a good way to help family members, friends and neighbours who may be isolated during this pandemic.


Also sending reiki to all the healthcare workers on the front is a great way to spend all this extra time.



As we continue to cope with the restrictions of COVID-19 and practice social distancing we need to practice some calm in the environment of uncertainty.


At the moment, walking the dog seems to be a great way to enjoy the outdoors yet still practice social distancing.


Connecting with friends and family on a regular basis and live meditations from 10% happier are a great way to spend the time.


Some people are painting rocks in their free time....gardening if possible.  


I spotted this bunny outside my kitchen window eating the birdseed.  He is now a regular.   Signs of spring are starting in the gardens so, we have that to look forward to.  We need to stay positive, reach out to our community and help any way we can in these challenging times.  It is also a time to be grateful for all we have in our lives and of all the healthcare workers who are on the front lines!  Thank you!


Coping with Social Distancing

As we deal with COVID-19 and handle the protocols to reduce the transmission of the pandemic we find ourselves a bit isolated.


However, rather than focus on all the limitations posed by COVID-19 we should focus on how our communities of kindness are  helping those who are confined to their homes.  Reaching out to neighbours to buy some groceries, picking up the telephone not to text but to actually speak to someone helps with these feelings of isolation.  Now more than ever we need to practice mindfulness, meditation, yoga, reiki and being kind.    It is a time to go on walks in your neighbourhood, walk the dog and perhaps start your spring cleaning..



As we move into the yet another month it is a time to reflect upon recent events and move forward.  As I cope with multiple personal losses, it is a time for mindfulness, meditation and forgiveness.


Letting go of events which happened and you cannot control is key into moving forward in your life.


"Your peace is more important than driving yourself crazy trying to understand why something happened the way it did.  Let it go"  Davidji


Recognizing change is difficult, it is a time now to reach for Louise Hay affirmations, try Davidji's meditations and courses.  Keep practicing your reiki and sending it out to the universe.  Be kind to yourself and others and keep the positive energy flowing as you heal.