R E I K I    A C A D E M Y    L O N D O N


Fee: £ 259


(deposit of £ 99 at the time of booking,

balance of £ 160 one week before the course).



4/5 December 21

12/13 February 22

26/27 March 22



 special measures are in place to assure safety during the COVID-19 outbreak


(fully booked) 

(fully booked) 

Reiki 2 Course

2-day course that greatly increases the ability to use Reiki.


The course introduces the famous Reiki symbols, and will explore the many ways of using them to enhance the experience of Reiki, their practical use in daily life, and the deeper meaning behind.


And the incredible Connection Symbol will alllow students to send distant treatments.


Reiki 2 is known as the Practitioner Level, and enables students to give professional treatments with confidence.


They will be able to get professional indemnity insurance and start their own practice if they wish.


But Reiki 2 is also for self development and spiritual growth which indeed is the main original focus of the symbols.

The course will cover:


  • Level 2 attunement

  • learn and practice the Power Symbol

  • learn and practice the Harmony Symbol

  • learn and practice the Distant/ Connection Symbol

  • the symbols' kotodamas

  • using the symbols in a self treatment

  • using the symbols when treating others

  • intuitive Reiki

  • body scanning

  • the Tanden points - the "Japanese Chakra system"

  • using Reiki for personal growth

  • advanced meditation practices

  • advanced energy cleansing techniques

  • sending a distant treatment

  • sending reiki to global/ personal situations

  • how to give a professional treatment

  • starting a Reiki practice

  • scientific proof of the Reiki symbols

The price includes:


  • detailed course manual

  • biscuits and refreshments on both days

  • professionally recognized certificate

It is recommended to leave 2 - 3 months between taking Reiki 1 and Reiki 2 to allow body and mind to get more used  to the higher energetic vibrations, and to gain more experience.

However, this is not set in stone - if students prefer to attend both courses in closer succession this will also be possible