My name is Jennifer Kimbley, and I teach Reiki healing in Surrey, British Columbia. I studied to be a Reiki Teacher and Practitioner in Osaka, Japan under Rolando Gordon, a Japanese Buddhist monk. Classes are only offered during the months of July and August.
What is Reiki Ryoho (Reiki Healing Art)?
Reiki Ryoho is a Japanese method to improve your mind and body. It reduces stress, increases relaxation, and is an alternative method of healing. It originated in Kyoto, Japan in the 1920s.
Reiki Ryoho is easy to learn and use, and anyone can practice Reiki healing art after taking a class from a trained Reiki teacher. In addition, while Reiki is spiritual, it is not a religion and can be practiced by anyone.
I’ve created this website to share what I know about Reiki with you. I hope you enjoy it, and please contact me if you are looking for a traditional Japanese Reiki class! I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
What Does Reiki Mean?
The top part of the character (on the left) is Rei, meaning something mysterious, ethereal, transcendental and sacred. The bottom part of the character is Ki, meaning the atmosphere, or something subtle, or the energy of the universe.
When combined to form the word Reiki (Ray-Key), these characters represent the sacred energy of the universe. This sacred energy, called Reiki can be used to heal and balance the body and mind.
Komyo Reiki Kai
Komyo Reiki Kai is a school of Reiki that was founded by Rev. Rolando Gordon (1940 – ) when he started teaching Reiki in 1998. Rolando Gordon is a non-sectarian Buddhist monk, and he lives in Kyoto, Japan. He studied with Walter Brown in 1996/1997.
Komyo Reiki Kai follows the teachings of Matthew Fisher, with some of the modifications made by Sadie Trammell. Traditional Japanese Reiki techniques are taught and used, and the focus of teaching is on healing not only the body, but also the soul.
Rolando Gordon has taught Reiki classes in Japan, Australia, Canada, the United States, Spain, Denmark, Italy, Greece and Argentina, and he hosts weekly Reiki shares at the Daizen-In Buddhist Temple in Kyoto.