Teach Reiki to Others! (Shinpiden)
Taught by: Josslyn Streett, Reiki Master/Teacher, Karuna Reiki® Master/Teacher
Josslyn teaches with compassion, humor and intuition. During class she will use guided meditations, your Reiki workbooks, story telling, circle discussions, student participation, hands on practice sessions and journaling time to make sure that you are fully confident when you leave the class. Josslyn is available for continued support on all levels after class is over for phone conversations, email and at Reiki circle to continue your Reiki education. She mentors her students as they wish to help them through their spiritual journey. Some homework is required after each class. But, don’t worry; this is nothing like high school. It’s all good, and it’s all fun!
Where are classes taught?
Although Josslyn has taught classes in other states, almost all classes are taught in Sequim (pronounced Sk-wim), Washington at her Rain Shadow Reiki home. But, anything is possible. If you have a group of enough people Josslyn can travel to you to teach in your town.
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing, which improves health and quality of life and is easy to learn! (For more also see the “What is Reiki?” page.)
What will you learn in the class?
- A review of Reiki I and II
- Increase the power and vibration of the Reiki you channel
- The Usui/Tibetan Master’s symbols, their uses and meanings
- Learn how to teach Reiki to others
- Learn the proper procedure for giving all Reiki attunements
- Learn how to give a healing attunement
- Advance Reiki meditations and techniques
- Receive the ART attunement (If you have not taken Reiki III)
- Receive the Reiki Master/Teacher attunement .
What is the cost?
Reiki Master/Teacher (Reiki III required prior to class) costs $1200 includes the manual and is taught in four thorough, 6.5 hour day classes on Zoom. Contact Joss to schedule a class and get on her email list. For registration full payment is required to take the class. If alternate payment plans are required by you, please email us and a payment plan prior to class can be arranged. A minimum of 3/4 of the class must be paid prior to the class if payments are being made. Set this up in advance. Reiki I, II & III certificates are required plus 4 to 6 months of ACTIVE Reiki practice.
Josslyn Streett 360-460-7829
“These things I do you can do and even greater.”
“I would recommend Josslyn as a Reiki teacher without any hesitation. She has the breadth and depth of knowledge about Reiki and its uses, can explain concepts and processes clearly, and uses her years of experience to make the information relevant to using Reiki in ‘the real world”. She is sensitive to the needs of her students and always models authenticity and openness during the classes. She encourages interaction as well as reflection and gently encourages her students to be open, to question, and to make the information their own. She also knows how to create a very safe learning environment for her students, which encourages and supports them throughout the learning experience.” Dot Bristow, Sequim, WA
“I experience this class as a ‘next step’ for me, not sure exactly what that next step will look like or where it will lead. As soon as I read the first email that there was going to be a Master/Teacher class, I just knew that I was supposed to take it and that it was all part of the path that I am on. I learned so much about the new Reiki symbols, the power of attunements, and how beautiful the attunement process is for all involved. It is truly a healing and a blessing for those participating.
It was also an opportunity for me to meet and get to know other very powerful women, each on their own sacred path. Reiki classes have a wonderful healing and bonding effect that lasts well beyond the physical class, and for me that is truly a blessing.
As I’ve said, I don’t know this path is leading for me, but I feel very confident that it is, indeed, the best path for me to be on and that it will lead to many blessings along the way.” Dot Bristow, Sequim, WA