In September 2011 Lucie was asked to join Reiki Evolution, which is a nationwide Reiki company and the one she originally trained with, and began teaching courses on their behalf. She now teaches both for Reiki Evolution, and independently as The Exeter Reiki Centre in Devon. She also run a Reiki practice, offering treatment sessions to clients.
Lucie became a Reiki Practitioner after experiencing the wonderful feeling of well-being and floating on air
Lucie is based at The Sustainable Health Centre. She belives it is a very special venue right in the heart of Exeter, backing onto The Hub on the Green and Exeter’s beautiful Cathedral Green, and is just perfect for learning Reiki and having a Reiki treatment.
Reiki – Devon Is The Perfect Location
Lucie first discovered Reiki as a client. Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing technique which promotes well-being and healing through stress-reduction and relaxation.
My first experience of being on the receiving end of Reiki left me feeling like I was floating on air. Better still, the feeling lasted for several days afterwards. (We now call this Reiki Bliss in our house!)
She trained in Reiki soon afterwards and many of her own clients also end up doing her Reiki courses.
Working as a Reiki practitioner is an important part of her work, but she loves the teaching element of being a Reiki Master best of all. For her, helping to heal people is a wonderful experience but Lucie thinks that there is nothing more wonderful than having the opportunity to teach others how to heal themselves.
Lucie’s courses are based on the original Japanese system of Reiki. She uses traditional Japanese Reiju empowerments, follows the original Reiki teachings, and teaches students to learn to use energy intuitively. Traditional Reiki is primarily about working on yourself, your spiritual development and your own self-healing, but her courses cover both self-treatments and the treatment of others.
Friendly Reiki Training In Exeter, Devon
Lucie’s Reiki courses are small and friendly, and are made up of a one day practical course with a home study element completed beforehand. She also offers Reiki Mums courses several times a year at The Hub on the Green, to teach new mothers how to use Reiki to treat themselves and their babies. Her Creative Reiki courses teache people how to use Reiki in everyday life.
Lucie’s students are not just limited to people from the South West. She has students from all over the country, who often take weekend breaks in Devon in order to learn Reiki in tranquility. Devon is such a beautiful county and is the ideal place to imbibe this healing method. People from many different backgrounds are drawn towards Reiki. Devon just happens to be a great place to do it!
I’ve had academics, writers, nurses, gardeners, accountants, teachers, counsellors, shop assistants, mechanics, and just about every possible career in between, arrive for either treatment or to learn Reiki. And I welcome everyone!
Leaning To Be A Reiki Practitioner
When you learn Reiki you get all the benefits of a Reiki treatment, daily, for free. With regular use and practice you will feel calmer, more positive and better able to cope with whatever life throws your way.
At the level of Reiki First Degree you can treat yourself, your friends and family, for free, as often as you like, and Reiki Second Degree qualifies you to be a Reiki practitioner. Lucie’s First and Second Degree courses run every month, whilst Reiki Mums and Creative Reiki take place several times a year.
A South West Lady
Lucie grew up in Bristol, and moved to Exeter when she was 18 to attend Exeter University. She did a BA in Spanish and Italian, an MA in Contemporary European Culture and a PhD in Italian Literature at Exeter. She spent quite a lot of time in Florence in Italy in between studies. She then worked as a University lecturer for a few years, first at Exeter and afterwards at Bristol University. Language and literature are still a very important part of her cultural life.
Lucie’s favourite South-West places are the great outdoors and the beaches – mainly Budleigh Salterton, Beer, Branscombe and Exmouth. She loves to go for long walks in Haldon Forest with her children and the dog.