Reiki Master Joins Enerqi Center
The Enerqi Center for Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine, in West Allis, has recently welcomed Andrea Sand to their wellness team. Sand is a second-generation reiki practitioner who focuses on compassion and gentle care for her clients in order to aid them in their own healing journeys. Sand was first introduced to reiki in 2013 and completed her reiki master training certification in 2016.
In reiki, the practitioner acts as a conduit through which the universal energy may be focused on the client. A non-invasive technique, reiki promotes physical, emotional and spiritual well-being by bringing the client’s energy centers into balance. “When we feel in balance, we are more easily able to navigate our lives and feel confident in our path,” says Paul Shinkle, executive director at Enerqi. “Reiki can help with many issues ranging from stress relief and relaxation to pain relief or insomnia. At Enerqi, clients will feel supported in receiving those services that can most benefit them, and will enjoy a coordinated approach to their care in traditional medicine.”
Enerqi offers acupuncture, reiki, massage therapy, medicinal herbs and nutraceuticals, nutritional coaching, meditation instruction and qigong. Services are available by appointment only, and patients can self-schedule on the Enerqi website.
Location: 10827 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis. For more information, call 414-209-4228 or visit EnerqiAcu.com.
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