About, Wellness Writings

All Things Reiki

with Erin Clyne, LMT

As a Reiki Master, I’ve found a great love for how Reiki has provided renewed energy and a more positive outlook for my entire day. Every time I incorporate Reiki, I come out the other side saying how much I loved it as the practitioner, and my clients have reported feeling better even after only a 15 minute session. I’ve been practicing Reiki since 2013, but this pandemic has thrown me into the deep end of my Reiki practice and I couldn’t be happier about it. So without further ado:

  • Reiki + Yin Yoga
  • Distance Reiki
  • Massage + Reiki add-on
  • Discounted Group Distance Reiki

INTRODUCING Reiki + Yin Yoga = Combine Reiki and Yin Yoga to calm and balance the energy system, while also gently releasing physical tension through easy stretches. Sessions include an assessment, guided yin yoga with Reiki, and ending with recommendations such as breathing exercises, mudras, yoga poses, acupressure, and more. Great even for people who have never done yoga before!

Distance Reiki = Reiki from the comfort of wherever you are. Distance sessions allow you to take time to yourself or go about your daily routine, knowing that I’m working with your energy to remove blockages, detoxify your system, and restore balance. If you prefer a phone call follow-up, this will be conducted 10-15 minutes before your session time is completed.

Massage + Reiki add-on = Receive Reiki from beginning to the end of your massage. Incorporating aromatherapy, sound healing, and/or Reiki stones to enhance your bodywork session.

Discounted Group Distance Reiki = Utilizing the community and formatted like a standard Distance Reiki Session, these sessions are able to be offered at a discount. A follow up email is conducted shortly after the session, and may include beneficial practices to help you continue to find your balance. Currently offered every 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of the month.

About, Event, Wellness Writings

Join Us for a FREE Wellness Panel Discussion 5/27 @ Noon

The Mind/Body Connection
& How They Support Each Other

Join us as we discuss the Mind/Body connection and how varied disciplines can help you find your gateway to wellness.
Everything is connected, but how you connect to yourself is the key to finding the solutions that will help inspire you towards the wellness lifestyle.

Panelists:
Dr. Cassandra Lenza, Psychotherapist & owner of Healing on Hudson
Erin Clyne, Massage Therapist & Founder of Wellness Lab
Dr. Jennifer Stoskus, Physical Therapist & owner of Learn and Move with Dr. Jen
Larissa Quinn, Mental Health Counselor & owner of CaringSense Counseling
Sabrina Sarabella, Wellness Expert & Business Coach, Moderator

Wellness Writings

Community Love Note

I would like to shout out to the world how amazing collaborating within a community can feel when we each take ownership, responsibility, and pride in what we call our own – our calling. It can be easy to fall into the trap of going to a job, getting into a routine, losing inspiration and motivation. When you work alongside a great group of like-minded people, you’re excited to spend your breaks decompressing with them, excited to brainstorm, excited to make what you’re building together something bigger. The idea of creating an impact can be intoxicating. Working alongside these inspirational leaders makes the idea of accomplishing something bigger so much easier to fathom, to work towards, to take the steps towards something you never thought possible before. We each bring a different perspective, we cheer each other on, we lift each other up. So much love for this journey!
Love,
Erin Clyne, LMT