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Workplace reiki

If you are interested in introducing reiki into your workplace, I provide onsite reiki treatments to:

  • Help your employees to feel better

  • Build a healthy workplace

  • Support your employee wellbeing strategy

Reiki is a holistic energy treatment that helps correct and restore the natural flow of energy through your body. It’s a great way to give your team an energy boost during the day either in the office or at a team or corporate event.

Benefits of reiki for your employees

A reiki treatment promotes relaxation and calmness. This in turn helps boost your body's natural healing abilities. It is natural and gentle and suitable for everyone. 

It can help to:

  • Reduce stress, anxiety and depression

  • Energise, reduce fatigue and improve sleep

  • Relieve menstrual and menopausal symptoms

  • Boost energy levels

  • Promote the natural healing process

  • Improve menstrual and menopausal symptoms

  • Relieve emotional distress


In the workplace, it can help employees to:

  • Feel more positive and confident

  • Cope more effectively with stressful situations

  • Produce more clarity of thought

  • Work more efficiently


Benefits of reiki for your business

By investing in the wellbeing of your employees it will help you as an employer to:

  • Increase productivity and organisational performance

  • Improve employee wellbeing and create a healthier, happier work environment

  • Reduce sickness levels

How does it work?

A workplace reiki session can be any duration from 15 minutes up to an hour and a half.  Even a short session of reiki can supply a burst of positive energy to help employees to feel relaxed, refreshed, recharged and rejuvenated.

All that is required is a quiet room. During a treatment, the employee will like on a reiki couch or sit in a chair - fully clothed (minus shoes).

Please contact Vicky for more details.

Findings of the Health and Wellbeing
at work report 2023

The Health and Wellbeing at Work 2023 report found that:

Stress and mental health require continued focus.

Sickness absence

Employee sickness absence is at the highest level reported for over a decade.

Health and Wellbeing at work report 2023 logo

​The average level of employee absence rose to 7.8 days per employee, or 3.4% of working time lost.

Stress at work

Stress continues to be one of the main causes of absence.  Heavy workloads remain the main cause of stress-related absence, followed by management style.

Mental Health

Poor mental health is in the top three causes of short-term absence - along with minor illnesses and musculoskeletal injuries.

Poor mental health is also one of the most common causes of long-term absence (four weeks or more), along with musculoskeletal injuries, acute medical conditions and stress.


COVID-19 continues to have significant impact, with over a third (37%) reporting it is among their top three causes of short-term absence.



Presenteeism (working when ill) remains prevalent with most respondents reporting they are aware of people working when ill – in the workplace and/or at home.


Access to complementary therapies

16% of respondents have access to complementary therapies (eg reflexology, massage, reiki etc). Up 5% from last year.

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