Reiki 2 Training 9th & 10th November 2024

  • November 9 - 10, 2024
  • Tir na nOg Holistic Centre

    Tir na nOg
    By Glasgow, Not Applicable G63 0NF
Ticket Price (GBP) £150.00-£190.00 Register Now

A comprehensive weekend training with an experienced teacher and practitioner, providing you with all the information and skills you need for certification as a Reiki Practitioner. We will deepen our understanding of the subtle effects of Reiki on all levels of wellbeing, and learn new techniques for working with the energy, including distant healing, healing symbols and chants, and practitioner guidelines, along with any other topics relevant to the needs of the group. Group size will be a maximum of 8 people, to allow for plenty of individual attention, and access to a range of experiences within the group. 
Ongoing support and development is available at monthly Reiki Share sessions. 
Students must carry out 12 hours of case studies for certification. 
Lunch is not included in the price, but can be ordered from the cafe before the start of the course, so that it is ready for you at the given lunch time. 

Please feel free to ask any questions by contacting Oona on or calling 01360 449300

Oona has been practising and teaching Reiki for over two decades, and also teaches and practises Seichim/SKHM energy, and is a Master Practitioner of both NLP and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (trauma resolution therapy).  She also has an MA in literary studies and an MSc in Psychology.

Date & Time

Nov 9, 2024 10:00 am - Nov 10, 2024 4:30 pm

Venue Details

Tir na nOg Holistic Centre

Tir na nOg
By Glasgow, Not Applicable G63 0NF Tir na nOg Holistic Centre
Celtic Fire Limited

Oona McFarlane has been working a complementary therapist and teacher for over 15 years, and is trained and experienced in Reiki, Seichim/SKHM energy, NLP, Ericksonian Hypnotherapy and Somatic Experiencing. She runs regular FIrewalk events and is a trainer of FIrewalk Instructors.
She co-founded Tir na nOg Holistic centre in 2005.