Alison was first attuned to Reiki in 2006 and qualified as a Usui/holy fire III Reiki Ryoho Master with the International Centre for Reiki Training under William Lee Rand.  Alison is committed to personal developed so that clients receive the highest standards of treatment and teaching.

British Reiki Circle – Principles

They agree to support the BRC philosophy and purpose, and abide by a code of ethics and minimum teaching standards.

These high standards will allow our BRC LRMTs to provide the highest quality of Reiki teachings that is consistent and verifiable. 


  • Client centred care
    You are at the heart of all of the services we offer, as such we will always provide you with the very best experience that is our gift to do so. 

    We will always act with kindness and compassion.

  • Professional and safe
    Our members are all qualified, insured, and have membership with a recognised professional group.
    We provide high quality care and attention.
    We will provide a safe space for you to relax and have your treatments or therapy.
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  • Quality of environment
    Our therapy rooms and equipment will be clean and fresh, offering the perfect environment for you to relax.


Every Reiki practitioner can trace their lineage back to the founder of Reiki, Mikao Usui. This is Alison’s lineage.

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As a Reiki practitioner and teacher, I make sure I give myself boosts of energy and healing Reiki, along with practices of meditation, yoga and tai chi on a regular basis to maintain equilibrium.

Reiki energy is not equal in all practitioners, even if they have had the same Reiki master teacher.  To channel the energy to higher vibrations one must commit to a Reiki lifestyle, which includes practice, meditation, giving and receiving Reiki, aspiring to the Reiki ideals, and possibly some lifestyle changes to your diet (if you want to tune in at a higher level).

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