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*** Please make sure this class is scheduled before purchasing it.


An 8-week in-depth exploration of the foundation of the traditional Usui system of Reiki I Zoom I All welcome


Possibility to certify in Reiki I Shoden after completion of an additional 4 hours of in-person practice.

Participants will buy the book “The Japanese Art of Reiki” by Bronwen and Frans Stiene.

Offered occasionally as a group class at the Japanese Culture Center in Chicago - $200 - max 8 participants. 



Are you interested in exploring the Usui system of Reiki in its traditional Japanese form? Are you keen on establishing or consolidating your practice? Do you wish to learn how to cultivate balance and harmony in your life? Are you drawn to live more fully and mindfully, with greater presence, compassion, and well-being?


This 8-week online program invites participants to explore and practice the Japanese healing art of Reiki “Usui Reiki Ryoho”. It will enable them to learn the foundational elements of the practice, engage actively in their own journey of healing and personal growth, and develop a solid foundation for a life-long personal practice benefiting all.


This program includes live lectures, visuals, self-practice, interactive discussions, personal reading and reflections, ongoing support from the teacher, and access to the International House of Reiki community. It is suitable for those individuals interested in living life more mindfully, as well as for those wishing to solidify an existing personal or professional practice.


CERTIFICATION: Participants will be able to earn a Reiki Level I / Shoden certificate and receive a training manual by attending all of the 8 weeks online sessions live and after completing an additional 4-hour in-person practice in the Chicago area.


PREREQUISITE: All are welcome with a limited number of 8 participants. A copy of the book “The Japanese Art of Reiki, A Practical Guide to Self-Healing”, by Bronwen and Frans Stiene, is required. It is available in different formats on Amazon.



The Japanese Roots of Reiki and its History through today

What is Reiki?

The Japanese Energetic System and the healing process

The elements of the “Usui Reiki Ryoho”

Reiki Precepts (gokai)

Kokyu-Ho, breathing techniques

Meditation practice

Hands-on-healing for self

Hands-on-healing for others


Reiki as a Way of Being in the World


For any questions, please contact the teacher, Veronique at



Veronique is a certified Reiki Teacher/Practitioner in the Japanese lineage “Usui Reiki Ryoho”. Originally from France, Veronique has been studying and practicing Reiki in various parts of the world and settings since 2008. Aside from her private practice, Veronique has worked and volunteered in a hospital, a cancer wellness center, yoga studios, and a senior living community. She became a Reiki Teacher at the Japanese Culture Center in Chicago in 2019.Veronique has been exploring both traditional and more contemporary approaches to the practice of Reiki. She has pursued these varied interests in the US as well as in Europe, and Japan where Reiki originates from. Veronique believes in daily practice and continuing education. She is a graduate student from the International House of Reiki and the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP), a professional member of Shibumi International Reiki Association, the International Center for Reiki Training (ICRT), and the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP). For more information, please visit her website

Reiki Japanese Healing Art - in-depth Reiki I Shoden class

  • By registering, I understand that Reiki is a healing practice that facilitates the person’s own healing response. Reiki is based on the idea that there is a universal (or source) energy that supports the body’s innate healing abilities. I understand that Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions, nor do they prescribe or perform medical treatment, counselling, prescribe substances, nor interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. I understand that Reiki does not take the place of medical care. It is recommended that I see a licensed physician or licensed health care professional for any physical or psychological ailment I may have. I understand that Reiki can complement any medical or psychological care I may be receiving. I acknowledge that long term imbalances in the body sometimes require multiple sessions with a Reiki practitioner as well as regular self-practice to facilitate the level of relaxation needed by the body to heal itself.

  • We understand life if full of changes that an affect our scedule. To be fair and respectul to everyone;s time, we ask our clients for at least a 24 hours’ notice to cancel or reschedule their session. There will be a 50% refund for appointments cancel with less than 24 hours’ notice and no refund for no-show. We thank you for your undetsanding. 

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