“Team Builds” in the corporate world have become a key component to having a successful “work space” filled with respect, motivation, creativity, boosted morale, and friendly, positive and united energy. In this day and age a work day is usually filled with stress, anxiety, competition and never ending deadlines. Having the opportunity to incorporate a potential monthly team build into the busy work day can benefit the individual employees as well as the company. My Reiki sessions are 90 minutes. Each session starts with a self introduction and an explanation of what healing and balancing Reiki is. Then everyone takes a few minutes to write down on a piece of paper addressed to the Universe (not to be shared with others) one to three things they want to let go of and one to three things they want to bring into their lives. It’s amazing how setting an intention during Energy Work is a very powerful way to call it to into existence. In all my sessions I then go with a powerful meditation body scan as we relax the whole body. We then move on to breath work and light stretching that are designed to open up the Chakras in the body. Then we get the whole body moving with a little light impact so everyone can participate. This part of the session can even be modified to be done in a chair if someone’s body can not lay down flat. The session is then closed with a deeper mediation exercise where I have the opportunity to do some personal hands-on adjustments.
Employees are left feeling grounded, centred, calm, clear, positive and with a weight lifted off their shoulders. Because this is done in a group setting all energies have been connected as we move through the session together. I think it’s important to light incense after a session to cleanse away all the energy that has come up emotionally, physically, spiritually and mentally.
* I always ask at the beginning of a session when people are laying down to raise a hand if they do not want a hands-on adjustment.
*I ask for absolutely no talking during the session. I’m happy to stay fifteen minutes after to answer any questions that might pop up.
*I show up 20 minutes before scheduled session time to set up.
*I notice that the people who seem the least into this type of team build are the ones who get the most out of it.