Did you know that Reiki treatments are one of the top three complementary in-patient therapies offered at over 800 US Hospitals? Reiki is being administered with positive results in Hospitals, Cancer Centers, VA Centers, and Hospice across the United States, Canada and the UK.  (These hospitals include Johns Hopkins, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard, Yale, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and George Washington University Hospital as well as Wounded Warrior Programs and Hospice.)

As a Certified Medical Reiki Master™, Kimberley's mission is to support patients and/or caregivers in a loving, nurturing and holistic way during the difficult times of health challenges. Kimberley is fully trained to work with surgical teams, or with any other medical professionals. 

Reiki treatments stimulate the body's own innate wisdom for healing.
Reiki may reduce pain, anxiety, tension, stress and depression. It has been found that Reiki diminishes the side of effects of chemotherapy, radiation therapies and medications. Quiets the mind, balances the body's immune system and may decrease the amount of medications needed as well as enhancing feeling of well-being and empowerment.
Caregivers and staff have noticed an immediate relief in stress and ease in burnout.
Schedule an appointment for you or a loved one to receive Reiki as a complement to any and all conventional medical treatments. Reiki is adaptable to any environment and everyone can benefit regardless of age, or condition.

By Raven Keyes, Medical Reiki™ Founder © Raven Keyes
There are Gold Standards and Practices I have created based on my years of administering Reiki to patients in the operating room. My Reiki work in the OR began in the year 2000 with Dr. Mehmet Oz. These imperative standards and practices are adhered to by all Medical Reiki™ Masters of the Raven Keyes Reiki Registry in order to protect themselves in the harsh environment of the operating room, and to safely bring Reiki into any medical situation. This Medical Reiki Practitioner’s Manual™ is for trained Medical Reiki Masters™ only, to be used in support of the Medical Reiki Training™. THIS IS NOT A TEACHING MANUAL! Nor is it meant for anyone without Medical Reiki Training™. Without the in-person training, topics will not be fully understood which can lead to problems for the practitioner as well as for Reiki itself, with the possibility of prohibiting Reiki’s allowance into a hospital’s operating rooms forever.

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a holistic, non-invasive healing treatment.  The effect of this treatment, that involves gentle touch, is to reduce stress, pain and tension while bringing a person’s system back into balance on all levels:  physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.   Reiki treatments stimulate the body’s own innate wisdom for healing.  Reiki works as a complementary treatment and supports any and all conventional medical treatments.     

Reiki can be offered in:    

  • Hospitals 

     Pre, Post and During Surgery

  • Cancer Treatment centers 
  • Chemotherapy suites
  • At home, in a bed or in a chair 
  • Rehabilitation facilities
  • Hospice
  • Children’s units -NICU, PICU
  • Labor and Delivery
  • Intensive care units
  • Emergency rooms
  • Veterans Hospitals 
  • Assisted Living and Nursing homes

Reiki treatments are adaptable to any environment and everyone can benefit.  Reiki is appropriate and helpful for people of any age.

Reiki Benefits

  • Reduces pain, anxiety, tension, stress and depression 
  • Diminishes the side effects of chemotherapy, radiation therapies and medications including anxiety, nausea/vomiting, skin eruptions, fatigue, insomnia. 
  • May decrease the amount of medications needed 
  • Quiets the mind and calms and soothes emotions 
  • Accelerates surgical recovery and healing  
  • Balances the body’s immune system  
  • Dissolves energy blockages and releases toxins   
  • Enhances feelings of well-being and empowerment 


Caregiver and Staff Benefits

  • Immediate relief of stress
  • Rebalances and reenergizes the effects of a stressful environment 
  • Balances the immune system
  • Eases caregiver burnout

During a Reiki treatment

The practitioner gently places his/her hands in different positions on, or slightly above, the body while the patient sits in a chair or lies in a bed.   As stress and tension are released, the body begins to relax and release the trauma, illness, or imbalances and returns to harmony, equilibrium and calmness. 

Conditions Reiki may help with 

  • Anxiety 
  • Blood pressure
  • Cancer
  • Side Effects of Chemo, Radiation and Medications
  • Digestive disorders
  • Drug or alcohol addiction 
  • Heart or circulatory conditions
  • Childbirth support
  • Insomnia
  • Pain 
  • Stress relief
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • End of life palliative care
  • Trauma, grief, loss