Sylvia Zimmerman

Reiki Practitioner, Reiki Master/Teacher



20 Years in Practice

Reiki Master Teacher in Usui/Tibetan Reiki Ryoho

Lewis and Clark College, Master of Science in School Psychology

"There lies unlimited inherent healing possibilities within us and when we hold space for ourselves and one-another we can reach our highest potential and can create an enlightened, free, and loving world."

What are your professional values?

It is important to create a safe, trusting, respectful, and nurturing environment, meeting each individual where they are at in order for optimal healing to occur. Working in a collaborative environment where there is an ongoing opportunity to grow and learn from one another is very important to me as a practitioner. I hold a very high regard for ethics, respecful boundaries and confidentiality in my practice. I also love being part of a team of like minded integrative professionals, where what we create in our practice will have a positive impact in our communities.

What does contemplative or integrative mean to you?

Integrative means seeing the healing process as a wholistic approach that incorporates and considers all aspects of an indivuduals current/past lifestyle, cultural, medical history, and developmental background; and creating a treatment plan that addresses all of these areas.

What does a session look like with you?

Initial Reiki sessions begin with a conversation where we gather information regarding your current goals and intentions and we form an energetic bond. After goals are set we will begin the Reiki treatment, fully-clothed on a massage table. Soothing music and crystals are used during our time together. You can expect to feel balanced and relaxed after each session. It is recommended to begin with four to three consecutive sessions for optimal energy field rebalancing and emotional release.


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