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Reiki 1 Training and Attunement with Adrianne (Day 2)

  • 825 11th Street Northeast Washington, DC, 20002 United States (map)

Reiki I Training and Attunement - Usui Method
Two Day Training (**must attend both days**)

Saturday 2/24 1PM to 4PM
Sunday 2/25 10AM to 2PM
Investment: $175

Reiki is an ancient healing practice that helps you access life force energy to bring balance to the self and to the environment. Usui Reiki is from Japan and the original method of Reiki practices, which uses laying on hands to direct energy to where it is most needed. This practice is noninvasive, good for anyone at any life stage, and can be used to supplement other healing practices. Reiki I is the first level in the series, and all Reiki practitioners and teachers start here. The focus for Reiki I is on healing the Self as well as your close environment. This training will be led by yoga instructor and Reiki III Certified Master Teacher Adrianne Burke. Learn more about Adrianne via instagram and at

*** If you are interested in learning Reiki I with Adrianne on this date or any other date, please fill out this survey:

The cost of the training for Reiki I is $175. This includes light refreshments during the training and your Reiki I training manual. This training is limted to eight people, so please sign up early to secure yoru spot.

**You must be able to attend both days of this training**

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May your journey continue to be filled with love and light. Namaste!


About Adrianne: 

Adrianne L. Burke, RYT200, Co-Creator : Adrianne is a social change agent focusing on using yoga and conscious movement as a means to promote peace and overall well being. She sees self-care as an integral method to help people truly re-imagine, and re-create the type of world we want to live in. After spending more than 7 years as a communication strategist for progressive nonprofits, and running her own consulting firm for three years, Adrianne shifted her focus to life coaching and full time healing advocacy as a means to be of better service to her colleagues--especially in our changing political climate. She wanted to find a way to link social justice work and healing work together, as her self-care practice contained tools that had helped her find peace in her own life, while also embracing the fire so true to her being. A life filled with constant resistance was making her feel helpless as she was watching her colleagues get more and more burnt out. At the same time, her connection to all things spiritual was becoming greater. Social justice is spiritual work, and so she started Yoga for Justice in 2016 as a response to the media's coverage of police brutality and race relations currently dividing the country. The more we can focus on balancing our perspective, the better advocates we can be for creating the life we truly want to live. This means getting comfortable with who we are, and releasing the historical trauma that keeps us bound to systematic oppression. Embracing the nickname Namaslay, Adrianne uses reiki, creative movement, music, yoga philosophy and continues to “teach kickboxing like a yoga teacher,” all while encouraging others to slay stereotypes on and off the mat daily.