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Reiki For Corporations

Immediate and effective relaxation and stress relief for your executives and staff! Research has proven that wellness programs in the workplace save businesses money and make for happier, more productive employees, which means more loyalty, lower absenteeism, better workforce morale, less employee turnover and more business for you, not to mention attracting a better quality staff with optimal psychological and physical health. 


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Show your employees how much their well-being means to you by offering Reiki therapy sessions by Reiki Masters, trained by world’s most advanced energy therapy teachers. We are ready to help your company to improve its productivity. Best of all, many of our Reiki Masters worked in large and start-up corporations, and understand challenges of executives and employees. We travel to your office or business event to provide relaxation services to your team. We also provide the Reiki therapy sessions in Montreal and Ottawa at our premises. We provide one-on-one and group Reiki therapy sessions for your employees during the lunch hours or at the end of the day. We could use a spare meeting room or therapy can be delivered right at the employee's desk. You stay fully clothed and the only thing you need to do to enjoy the benefits of Reiki are to close your eyes. Reiki does not require any preparation. A treatment can last anywhere from fifteen minutes to an hour, which can suit any professional’s busy schedule.

Corporations across the world are recognizing the growing problem of stress-related illness and its impact on their employees. Forward thinking companies are introducing complementary therapies into the workplace as part of their stress management strategy. Based on Dr. Oz, Reiki is one of the most prevalent of the complementary therapies. It is no surprising that many hospitals in the USA use Reiki as an alternative wellness therapy. 

Stress is epidemic in the western world. Over two-thirds of office visits to physicians are for stress related illness. Stress is a major contributing factor either directly or indirectly, to almost every known disease. 

"Fear of job redundancy, layoffs due to an uncertain economy, increased demands for overtime due to staff cutbacks act as negative stressors. Employees who start to feel the "pressure to perform" can get caught in a downward spiral of increasing effort to meet rising expectations with no increase in job satisfaction. The relentless requirement to work at optimum performance takes its toll in job dissatisfaction, employee turnover, reduced efficiency, illness, and even death. Absenteeism, illness, alcoholism, "petty internal politics", bad or snap decisions, indifference and apathy, lack of motivation or creativity are all by-products of an over stressed workplace."
~ Canadian Mental Health Association, "Sources of Workplace Stress" Richmond, British Columbia 

The stress epidemic is an extremely costly one. Stress costs industries billions of dollars per year in increased health insurance outlays, burnout, absenteeism, reduced productivity, costly mistakes in the office and on the shop floor, poor morale, high employee turnover, as well as family, alcohol and drug related problems. Stress is a state of tension that is created when a person responds to the demands and pressures that come from work, family and other external sources, as well as those that are internally generated from self imposed demands, obligations and self-criticism. Stress is both additive and cumulative. It adds up over time until a state of crisis is reached and symptoms appear. These symptoms may manifest themselves psychologically as well as physically. 

Can Reiki REALLY Help? YES IT CAN! 

Reiki is a non-invasive, natural therapy based on a gentle human touch. Not only is Reiki a viable and an effective preventative measure for maintaining good health, it also helps to safely alleviate the affects of stress and by inducing a deep state of relaxation the body is able to repair damages inflicted by stress. 

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“51% of Canadian employees experience a great deal of stress at work. 25% of these employees have been physically ill from workplace stress” Aventis Healthcare Survey 2002 
 


“75% to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related complaints, up to 80% of on-the-job accidents are stress-related and 40% of job turnover is due to stress.” American Institute Of Stress

“Employees in extreme workplace stress conditions suffer from: more than triple the rate of cardiovascular problems; over five times the rate of colorectal cancer; up to three times the rate of back pain.” Health Canada

“The annual cost to Canadian companies due to stress-related disorders is $12 billion. Absenteeism due to stress has increased by over 300% since 1995.” Statistics Canada

Stress accounts for $26 billion in medical and disability payments and $95 billion in lost productivity per year. Over 50% of lost work days are stress related which keeps about 1 million people per day from attending work.” Occupational Health and Safety news/National Council on Compensation Insurance (USA)

The average direct cost of absenteeism is $3,550 per employee per year.” Watson Wyatt Canadian Staying @ Work Survey

“A return on investment of $3.40 for every dollar invested in wellness initiatives as shown by reduced turnover, increased productivity and decreased insurance claims.” Health Canada

“A 70% reduction in malpractice claims in 22 hospitals that implemented stress prevention activities. A 50% decline of medication errors in a 700-bed hospital after stress prevention activities were implemented.” Journal of Applied Psychology 

“Long-term stress causes death of nerve cells and that includes the neurons of the brain. Awareness is not totally a function of how many neurons are at work, but the fewer brain cells, the less opportunity for adequate cognitive function. Not that many years ago the loss of brain cells was considered to be permanent. Current research shows that neurons do divide and make new cells. The surprise is what promotes the production of these new cells—neurogenesis in the brain. What does help the brain and its cells function optimally? Exercise, meditation, and fine motor skills that develop with certain video and computer games have all proven to promote brain power.” Joyce Whiteley Hawkes, PhD.

Reiki is a universal deep meditation technique, which effectively brings about balance of mental, emotional and physical body.