Boise ID Reiki Master Stress Relief PTSD Massage Therapy Services Launched

Boise, Idaho based Reiki master Meloney Clifton of Path 2 Transformation recently updated her range of Reiki treatments for those struggling with PTSD, suicidal thoughts, self-doubt, and other emotional and spiritual issues.

Boise, United States - September 16, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Reiki master Meloney Clifton of Path 2 Transformation announced the launch of an updated range of Reiki treatment solutions for clients in Boise, Idaho. Meloney has extensive experience helping clients who are sick and tired of being sick and tired.

More information can be found at https://path2transformation.life

Reiki is an ancient healing technique that can produce profound results through gentle touch, positive mindsets, and energy transfer. The newly launched Reiki treatments at Path 2 Transformation aim to help people who struggle with suicidal thoughts, self-doubt, PTSD, and people who are in need of stress relief.

The Reiki treatments at Path 2 Transformation promote relaxation and encourage the body’s natural healing mechanisms. This therapy is a safe and natural healing technique that can help people to relax, lower stress and feel better in general.

During treatment, Reiki master Meloney Clifton uses her hands to transfer energy, either moving her hands just over the body without touching or by lightly touching the body. This low or no-touch therapy can offer significant benefits with no negative side effects.

These treatments can help clients achieve a state of peace and relaxation, balance their mind and emotions, relieve pain from many chronic conditions such as sciatica, migraines and arthritis, reduce side effects from medical treatments, and more.

Whether clients want to receive Reiki for emotional trauma healing, energy level balancing, or to develop themselves spiritually, Meloney can help them achieve their health and wellness goals.

Meloney Clifton graduated with honors and attained an Associates Degree in Science of Massage Therapy in 2013. She also has obtained a Master and Teacher Certification in Usui Reiki and a certification as an ACE massage cupping practitioner.

Currently, Meloney also teaches others how to perform Reiki as she is a qualified Reiki master teacher.

Meloney said: “I’ve been passionate about helping make a difference and to help people heal my entire life. Professionally, this passion has evolved from being a medical assistant, to massage therapist, to healer, energy worker and Reiki Master and teacher.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Meloney Clifton
Email: Send Email
Organization: Path 2 Transformation
Address: 1111 S Orchard St. Suite 102, Boise, ID 83705, United States
Phone: +1-208-703-2058
Website: https://path2transformation.life/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88977135

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