Be Reiki Expands Services in New Location
Healing arts practitioner Rhiana Tehan, of Be Reiki, has opened a new, larger energy healing facility located at 3082 Main Street, in East Troy. Now known as Be Reiki: Wisconsin Center for Reiki Training and Treatment, the new location provides a large practice area for training students and facilitating other workshops. Classes are scheduled monthly, and treatments are available by appointment.
“Reiki training and treatment is a wonderful tool for pain management, stress relief, emotional balancing and much more,” says Tehan. She has been studying the Usui Shiki Ryoho system of reiki since 2010. Tehan is a registered Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki master teacher, as well as a Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction licensed teacher, and she provides chakra workshops, reiki treatments and training and meditation groups.
For more information, call 262-498-4162, email Rhiana@BeReiki.com or visit BeReiki.com.
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