To support, enrich and empower individuals through Reiki and Biofield Tuning.
To promote spiritual, emotional, mental and physical harmony through the practice of Reiki and Biofield energy treatments.
Providing clients with a supportive setting to discuss what to expect in a given session.
Incorporating Reiki/Biofield Tuning as complementary practices to support health and well-being.
To honor and live the Reiki principals
To honor and value the self
To value others and their unique gifts
To create possibilities
To find value and newness in each day
To offer support
About Kim Wunderlich
Kim holds a B.S. in Behavioral Science from Westminster College, studied Educational Psychology and Gerontology at
the University of Utah. She has had a life-long passion for serving others.
She is a Usui and Karuna Reiki Master/Teacher and affiliate member of the International Center for Reiki Training.
Additionally, she has studied Biofield Tuning with Eileen Day McKusick, biofieldtuning.com
. She regularly participates
in community based Reiki shares, healing circles, spiritual and wellness events.
Kim is available in various locations in the Salt Lake Valley by appointment at:
Biofield Tuning is a unique non-medical therapeutic method that uses sound waves produced by tuning forks in the biomagnetic
field, or biofield, that surrounds the human body. Biofield Tuning was developed by pioneering researcher and practitioner
Eileen Day McKusick and is based on her 20 years of clinical inquiry into the Biofield Anatomy. It is a simple, non-invasive,
and efficient method that can produce profound and powerful outcomes.
Biofield Tuning sessions can be experienced in person or at a distance, singularly or in a group, with Eileen or one of our
certified practitioners. For those interested in becoming a Biofield Tuning practitioner, certification programs are available
either as a stand-alone practice or integrated into an existing massage, reiki, chiropractic, or other holistic therapy background.
More information see biofieldtuning.com
What is Reiki?
The awareness that an unseen energy flow through all living things and directly affects the quality of a person's health
has been part of the wisdom of many cultures since ancient times. This life energy goes by many names: qi in China, ki
in Japan, and prana in India. Science refers to is as biofield energy. When your life energy is low, it is more difficult
to deal with stress; you may not sleep well, and you're more susceptible to illness. When your life energy is strong, you feel
strong, can more easily deal with stress and are less likely to get sick. Reiki is a technique that increases a person's
supply of life energy.
What is a Session Like?
Reiki is administered through the hands of a Reiki practitioner with the client lying fully clothed on a massage table. A
session usually lasts about and hour. The Reiki practitioner places his/her hands at locations around the head and shoulders,
the abdomen and on the legs and feet. Tissue is not manipulated. The practitioner's hands are simply held at each location
lightly touching or slightly away from the client's body. Reiki flows from the practitioner's hands and into the client's body
and energy field. A Reiki session feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that surrounds and fills the client and includes
feeling of relaxation, peace and well-being that also promotes healing.
Reiki energy allows muscles to relax and increases blood flow to treated areas, which in turn quickens the healing process.
Practitioners and clients report help with stress, headaches, insomnia, upset stomach and other minor conditions. Occasionally,
miraculous results are reported. Reiki also promotes psychological healing including release of anger, fear, worry, sadness
and other unhealthy feelings and replaces them with self-worth, confidence and tranquility.
Use in Hospitals
Reiki is becoming increasingly popular with the medical community, with over 800 hospitals across the U.S. offering Reiki as a
standard part of hospital care. A research study at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut indicates that improved patient
sleep by 86 percent, reduced pain by 78 percent, reduced nausea by 80 percent and reduced anxiety during pregnancy by 94 percent.
In addition, nurses report that Reiki helps patients heal faster with less pain, reduces stress and improves mental attitude,
improves appetite and reduces the negative side-effects of chemotherapy, radiation and other medical procedures.
Reiki was developed in Japan in 1922 by Mikao Usui and was brought to the West in 1937 by Hawayo Takata. The popularity of Reiki
has grown exponentially in the past few decades.
Karuna Reiki® can be defined as the Reiki of Compassion. Regularly working with this energy strengthens our intuition and highest
spiritual connections. We're more easily able to receive and use guidance for the benefit of ourselves and others. Karuna is a
Sanskrit word that means compassionate action. It can be used to heal: unconscious patterns, relationships, abuse and other traumas,
fear and panic, the chakra system, karmic issues, insomnia and many others.
Using Reiki with animals is a wonderful modality because it is non-invasive. It is comfortable for the animal and stress-free.
Reiki works on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels to promote healing in all aspects of animal's being.
Reiki Membership Association
The purpose of the association is to promote the professional practice of Reiki. Members have completed a required course of study,
agree to abide by a code of ethics and standards of practice, and use approved class manuals when teaching.