New Updated UREI 110 Classes Begin This Sunday

New Year, New Syllabi. Classes begin next Sunday, 5 February 2017 at 4pm-5:30pm.
Informal meeting this Sunday January 29th, 2017 at Stacks Espresso Bar located at 260 Lark Street Albany, NY at 4pm. This will give us all an informal opportunity to meet one another and go over the syllabus. Please note on the UPDATED syllabus (see below) that there is a homework reading assignment scheduled prior to class on 2/5/17.

Meeting Times: Su 4:00PM- 5:30PM,
Meeting Location: Downtown SUNY Albany Campus, Husted Hall.
135 Western Ave. Albany, NY 12206
Meeting Room: HS110 (Rudolf Room)

Returning students may retake and/or audit the class for $19.


Introduction to Shoden: Usui Reiki First Teachings UREI 110

$75 (33 Hours) TWENTY-TWO 1.5 hrs. Seminars

This class is offered as an ecourse and locally with an interactive online component. Level 1 focuses on physical self-healing as you learn how to take healing into your own hands. This course expands approximately six months, which will give each student hands-on practice and facilitate a better understanding of Usui Reiki philosophy and cultural context. It is here where students are introduced to Shojin ryori mindfulness, and meditation. Students will be required to complete 10 hours of unpaid reiki therapy and 5 hours of community service at a local place of worship, garden, park, hospital, homeless shelter, nursing home, or non-profit. In order to receive certification, students will keep a journal documenting a Usui 21-day detox for purification and energetic clarity; and 19-day challenge, over the period of this 21 week course.

Before going any further, view this:
UPDATED UREI 110 Intro to Shoden Reiki Syllabus (2/12/17)



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