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At Healing Hands In UK we pride ourselves in offering professional service on a one to one basis.

Try our current introductory offer 5 Reiki sessions for the price of 4. Thats fantastic value!



REIKI BLOCK BOOKING (Four Sessions Plus One Free! £140).

ONE REIKI SESSION (One Hour Session £35).

FIRST SESSION (Charged at £70) Includes Reiki healing session lasting at least 2 hours includes free consultation, crystal therapy and £5 discount.

Areas covered: High Wycombe, West Wycombe and surrounding areas.

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Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.

Reiki in High Wycombe is the universal life energy which works subtly on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level, helping to relax the body, releasing stress and tension to bring the body back into balance. It is a powerful, but gentle way of healing with energy from the universe channelled through the practitioner to the recipient in High Wycombe.

Reiki in High Wycombe can be combined with any of the other treatments, or it can be done alone – for which no clothing needs to be removed. It can be done seated or lying down – where ever you feel most comfortable.

Reiki in High Wycombe can be done with crystals – I have a wide selection - and your own crystals can be cleansed and charged with Reiki for your highest good.

Reiki in High Wycombe can also be channelled to anyone, anything or any situation which you feel could benefit from distance healing.

Reiki in High Wycombe will be accepted for the highest good, and is never wasted.

We all need love and support – and the universe is there to provide us all with whatever we need – we just need to ask.

Thank goodness for Reiki in High Wycombe. We are blessed.

One of the greatest Reiki healing health benefits is stress reduction and relaxation, which triggers the bodies natural healing abilities, and improves and maintains health. Reiki healing is a natural therapy that gently balances life energies and brings health and well being to the recipient.

This simple, non-invasive healing system works with the Higher Self of the Receiver to promote health and well being of the entire physical, emotional and psychic body. Therefore it is truly a system of attaining and promoting wholeness of Mind, Body and Spirit.

Reiki is a specific type of subtle energy work in which healing is performed by the touch of the hands, allowing the flow of the energy from a limitless source (God Force) to the patient via the Reiki practitioner. It is extremely powerful, yet gentle energy that can be easily channelled to yourself and others, just by intention.

Reiki healing is a pure energy form. When it is combined with the sincere Desire of the Healee, who is willing to effect a cleansing within their emotional and spiritual consciousness, a total healing can occur.


When the flow of the "Life Force Energy" is disrupted, weakened or blocked, emotional or health problems tend to occur. Imbalances can be caused from many situations occurring in our lives, such as: emotional or physical trauma, injury, negative thoughts and feelings, including fear, worry, doubt, anger, anxiety, negative self-talk, toxicity, nutritional depletion, destructive lifestyle and relationships, neglect of self and lack of love for oneself or others, from emotions that are not expressed in a healthy way...

Reiki is excellent for healing any physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issues of any kind and it gives wonderful results.

Some Of The Reiki Healing Health Benefits:

•Creates deep relaxation and aids the body to release stress and tension,

•It accelerates the bodie's self-healing abilities,

•Aids better sleep,

•Reduces blood pressure

•Can help with accute (injuries) and chronic problems (asthma, eczema, headaches, etc.) and aides the breaking of addictions,

•Helps relieve pain,

•Removes energy blockages, adjusts the energy flow of the endocrine system bringing the body into balance and harmony,

•Assists the body in cleaning itself from toxins,

•Reduces some of the side effects of drugs and helps the body to recover from drug therapy after surgery and chemotherapy,

•Supports the immune system,

•Increases vitality and postpones the aging process,

•Raises the vibrational frequency of the body,

•Helps spiritual growth and emotional clearing

When we are relaxed, stress-free, we are able to restore our natural ability to heal.

Long term practice of whole-body reiki will restore the general condition of the body. It will open the energy channels and this will allow the body to deal properly and naturally with stress and build-up toxins and cope with anxiety and depression.

When a person is in good health, regular therapy will increase the bodies built-in defences. This will manifest itself as confidence and outward harmony in dealing with everyday events. The person will gain a positive outlook on life.

Reiki will also provide additional energy required to recover from illness.

A Reiki healing session can induce an extremely comfortable state of being that can bring alteration in the clients consciousness.

If used with other natural therapies (meditation, crystals, aroma therapy, Bach Flower remedies, homeopathy, etc.) Reiki will reinforce their effect.

It can be used also as complementary therapy, because Reiki is truly a complementary care. It complements and enhances the health care the patient receives in the hospital or from other health care providers.

Reiki healing complements Eastern and Western medicine and everybody can benefit from it.It is beneficial to the health of woman (even pregnant), man, children and it is also excellent to be used on animals (dogs, cats, horses), plants, water, etc.

Reiki healing energy is a tool for use at any moment, any time, any where for on-the-spot stress release, pain relief and quick energy.


Crystal healing is a pseudoscientific alternative medicine technique that employs stones and crystals as healing tools.

We use crystals on different parts of the body, often corresponding to the chakras, or place crystals around the body in an attempt to construct an "energy grid", which will surround the client with healing energy.

When the stones are placed in the area of the chakras, the colour of the stones may correspond to the colour which is associated with the corresponding chakra. Going from the tail bone to the top of the head, the colours are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. Stones may also be used at the feet in an attempt at grounding the individual, or held in the hands. We may also use tools such as crystal wands, which are placed near the receiver's body, or near a certain 'blocked' chakra, or use to perform psychic surgery, normally conducted with laser quartz wands.

Crystal Healing may be used in conjunction with your Reiki treatment depending on individual's requirements.


High Wycombe, (previously Chepping Wycombe or Chipping Wycombe as late as 1911) is a large town in Buckinghamshire, England. It is 29 miles (47 km) west-north-west of Charing Cross in London; this figure is engraved on the Corn Market building in the centre of the town. According to the 2001 census High Wycombe had a population of 92,300, making it the largest town in the non-metropolitan county of Buckinghamshire now that Milton Keynes is a unitary authority area, and the second largest in the ceremonial county. The High Wycombe Urban Area, the conurbation of which the town is the largest component has a population of 118,219.

High Wycombe is mostly an unparished area in the Wycombe district. Part of the urban area constitutes a civil parish of Chepping Wycombe, which had a population of 14,455 according to the 2001 census – this parish represents that part of the ancient parish of Chepping Wycombe which was outside the former municipal borough of Wycombe.

Wycombe is a combination of industrial and market town, with a traditional emphasis on furniture production. There has been a market held in the High Street since at least medieval times. The town has always had a presence of industry, which in the 17th century exceeded the market town and now Wycombe remains more industrial in character.

The name Wycombe comes from the river Wye, and the old English word for a wooded valley, combe. Wycombe appears in the Domesday Book and was noted for having six mills. The town once featured a Roman Villa (built 150–170 AD) which was excavated three times, most recently in 1954. Mosaics and a bathhouse were uncovered at the site on what is now the Rye parkland. High Wycombe was the site of a minor English Civil War battle featuring John Hampden, and the home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

The existence of a settlement at High Wycombe was first documented in 970, as Wicumun. The Parish church was consecrated by the visiting Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester in 1086. The town received market borough status in 1237, although the market has featured in the town since early in the 12th century.

High Wycombe remained a mill town through Medieval and Tudor times, with the manufacture of lace and linen cloth. It was also used as a stopping point on the way from Oxford to London, with many travellers staying in the town's taverns and inns. The paper industry was the most notable in 17th and 18th century High Wycombe. The Wye's waters were rich in chalk, and therefore ideal for bleaching the pulp. The paper industry had soon overtaken from cloth.

Wycombe's most famous industry, furniture (particularly chairs) took hold in the 19th century, with furniture factories setting up all over the town. Many terraced workers houses were built to the east and west of town to accommodate those working in the furniture factories. In 1875, it was estimated that there were 4,700 chairs made per day in High Wycombe. The town's population grew from 13,000 residents in 1881, to 29,000 in 1928. When Queen Victoria visited the town in 1877, the council organised an arch of chairs to be erected over the High Street, with the words "Long live the Queen" printed boldly across the arch for the Queen to pass under. Wycombe was completely dominated socially and economically by the industry and, consequently, there was considerable unemployment and social problems when the industry declined in the 1960s.

By the 1920s, many of the housing areas of Wycombe had decayed into slum conditions. A slum clearance scheme was produced by the council, whereby many areas were completely demolished and the residents were re-housed in new estates, that sprawled above the town on the valley slopes. Some of the districts demolished were truly decrepit, such as Newlands, where most of the houses were condemned unfit for human habitation, with sewage pouring down the street and people sharing one room in cramped courtyards of subdivided flats. However, some areas such as St. Mary's Street contained beautiful old buildings with fine examples of 18th and 19th century architecture, which was a terrible shame and an injustice to the town.

From 1940 to 1968 High Wycombe was the seat of the RAF Bomber Command. Add to this, during World War II, from May 1942 to July 1945, the U.S. Army Air Force's 8th Air Force Bomber Command, code-named "Pinetree", was based at a former girls' school at High Wycombe. This became formally Headquarters, 8th Air Force, on 22 February 1944.[4] Since 1968 all commands of the Royal Air Force are housed at RAF High Wycombe.

River Wye near Wooburn Industrial Estate River Wye 2007In the 1960s the town centre was redeveloped. This involved culverting the River Wye under concrete, and demolishing most of the old buildings in Wycombe's town centre. Two shopping centres were built along with many new multi-storey car parks, office blocks, flyovers and roundabouts. Areas of cottages and period buildings have been replaced with a town centre which looked like any other built in the aesthetically challenged decade of the 1960s. On the open area known as Frogmoor the original cast iron fountain and some Georgian buildings have gone. A recent town centre regeneration project (the 'Eden Project') was originally going to uncover the Wye, however in a change of plan the new shopping centre has been built over the whole area, right up to the road which runs parallel with the river.

Wycombe district's picturesque villages, historic towns, rural scenes and warm hospitality make it a great place to visit, explore and unwind in.

For those looking to escape to the countryside at the weekend, the district's beautiful walks and cosy pubs mean that a rural retreat is easily accessible. If you enjoy walking, the Ridgeway and River Thames footpaths will lead you through secluded valleys, nature reserves, woods and historic towns.

But it's not just the district's beautiful countryside that makes it a great place to visit and unwind in; there's also an exciting mix of shopping, sporting and cultural venues and events providing plenty of opportunities for people to get involved and be active.

Enjoy a day's sightseeing and shopping in unspoilt towns such as Marlow and Princes Risborough. Take time to explore the rich cultural and literary heritage and follow in the footsteps of writers such as John Milton, TS Elliot, Mary Shelley and Jerome K Jerome who have all taken inspiration from the area.

High Wycombe is a thriving market town for people who like the bustling atmosphere of a lively centre and the newly opened Eden, High Wycombe shopping area, has brought excellent shopping facilities and nightlife, including a range of cafes and restaurants. In addition, Wycombe Swan Theatre presents audiences with the finest in local, national and international companies and performers.

Film makers and TV producers have also chosen the district as the ideal location for many classic movies and TV programmes including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Gosford Park and The Vicar of Dibley. Among other attractions in the district are the notorious Hellfire Caves at West Wycombe and the National Trust's Hughenden Manor, the home of the former Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

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