The National University of Health Sciences is an exceptional teaching institution that conducts a lot of research, instructing those in our industry how to participate in and develop sound studies. Needless to say, I’m a big fan. So you can imagine how excited I was when the Continuing Ed Dept. invited me to conduct a Reiki Lunch-n-Learn on campus. I drove out that morning hoping for 10-12 attendees, and ended up with a packed house of more than 35 students, faculty and staff!
Luckily there was no time to get nervous.
The presentation went well, finishing up with some enthusiastic Q&A from the crowd. Afterwards I was approached by two of the head researchers who offered to provide resources for the Jesse Brown volunteer group to conduct a study with veterans. Based on some wonderful outcomes at the VA, I’ve been thinking about investigating the impact of Reiki on phantom pain in amputees.
If you’d like to host a Reiki Lunch-n-Learn for your organization, get in touch with me.
If you’d like to volunteer with us offering Reiki to veterans, and possibly participate in research studies, download this application and give me a call!