Gaia’s Light made the decision to be ‘available’ for whoever needs support, however, all sessions (where possible) have been moved online. All Energy healing modalities (Reiki/Akashic/Colour/Readings etc) can still be conducted via ‘distance/absent’ healing. If you have never tried this form of healing now is a great time to experience it for yourself.
I appreciate everyone has a decision to make with regard to their healing practice – and/or whether they can attend a Reiki treatment session themselves. To provide clarity on the matter here is a note from one of my membership organisations, Reiki Australia.
In Australia we have Government regulations for different Health care providers/practitioners. It is useful for us to know what category and therefore what regulations apply to professional Reiki Practitioners.
- AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) – registered providers e.g. Doctors and Nurses, 14 categories of Health professionals.
- Allied Health Professions – comprise 21 health professions e.g. Physiotherapists and Psychologists. Some are AHPRA registered, some are self-regulating (e.g. Social Workers).
- Unregistered providers/practitioners/health care workers.
Reiki professionals sit in category 3, unregistered provider/practitioner/health care worker, and are all required to abide by the National Code of Conduct as implemented in each state/territory.
What this means for Reiki professionals:
Reiki practitioners do not fit into either of the categories that are permitted to continue seeing clients (i.e. AHPRA registered or Allied Health Practitioners), so hands-on, or in-person Reiki treatments are not permitted during Stage 3 Restrictions.
If you have received Reiki training to Second degree/Level 2 or Okuden you can consider offering distant Reiki treatments.