ARCB Reflexology & Reiki
Karen completed her Reflexology and Reiki certification in New York in 1999 and is nationally board certified in Reflexology (ARCB) since 2002. Karen is trained in Foot, Hand and Ear reflexology and is a Reiki II Practitioner in the Usui tradition. She has been a professional sculptor for more years than she has been involved in the holistic health field, and this passion for creating art eventually guided her desire to offer Reflexology and Reiki to others. Reflexology and Reiki can be combined in one session.
“I believe that art of all kinds has the ability to touch lives and have an uplifting effect in our world. I also believe bodywork can make an essential difference in our capacity to heal and harmonize.”
Karen continues to attend seminars and training to stay in tune with current developments in the field. She has volunteered with NWRA at Providence Medical Center in the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit
Her credentials include: American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) Member of Oregon Reflexology Network (ORN), Reflexology Association of America (RAA), and Northwest Reiki Association (NWRA). B.F.A. in Sculpture and Fiber Arts from Syracuse University.
To discuss your needs or to schedule an appointment, please call our office at 503-297-3825, or speak with with Karen directly at 516-770-5985 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reflexology / Reiki Package Special:
Karen offers a special package rate on 60 and 90 minute sessions.
Pay for 3 sessions and receive a $30 savings. Payment is due on your first session of the package.
“I have been a Reflexologist and Reiki practitioner for 18 years, working with clients who have come with a wide variety of health issues: from those seeking deeper relaxation and stress relief, to those seeking greater recovery from severe illnesses such as a stroke. Each person comes with concerns unique to their experience and my work specializes in meeting each person exactly where they are in their journey. My sessions are focused on guiding the whole body to re-connect back to its innate ability to heal and can be tailored to include areas of emphasis on particular issues that offer additional support for greater balance. The body is deeply assisted in staying in balance as well.”