News & Events
While we know Reiki helps boost our wellbeing, we should always be responsible if offering hands-on Reiki. In the first instance ALWAYS stay informed about the corona virus updates and follow the guidelines. Reliable information links are available in the main article.
If you are seeing clients follow the guidelines, Hands should be clean, wash your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds, no hands directly on bare skin, and clean linen on treatment tables for every client. Wipe down exposed surfaces between clients using a mild disinfectant as well. If you or your client are feeling unwell, cancel / postpone the session. Promote distant healing sessions.
Reiki Care of Life Threatening Illness
A Foundation level 1 Course for Reiki Practitioners
(Endorsed by the Australian Reiki Connection Inc.)
Date: May Sat 16th – Sun 17th
Venue: Hampton Park, SE Melbourne
(Pre - Requisite: Completion of Level II Reiki.)
This unique course has been created for Reiki Practitioners who are serious about assisting clients with high needs and wanting to fit comfortably within the medical system. It explore boundary setting, appropriate communication, legal issues, adaptive Reiki, compassionate detachment and debriefing, self-exploration, familiarity with patient equipment, appropriate behaviour in medical environments and much more. It will also focus upon the individual needs of healers to improve their self-care with encouragement towards inner love and burn out prevention.
Daily Distant Reiki Healing Event
The Australian Reiki Connection thanks everyone who joined ARC on Sunday 5th January and connected in the magnificent and beautiful Reiki energy to assist with healing for the people, for the animals, for the country and for the whole Planet. It was wonderful to be a tiny part of that great and glorious effort.
You are invited to join with us each and every day at 7 AM and 7 PM [YOUR local time - wherever you are🙏] to combine and connect in sending continuous distant Reiki. With much gratitude, 🙏gassho🙏
This event is in addition to our weekly Distant Reiki event on Thursday evenings at 9pm
National Code of Conduct for Health Care Workers
Legally binding codes of conduct have been legislated and enacted in the following States:
New South Wales ( 2008)
South Australia (2013)
Queensland ( 2014)
Victoria (February 2017)
Other States and Territories will soon follow suit.
Reiki practitioners are considered to be health care workers.
All ARC practitioners and teachers who are in States and Territories where the codes have not as yet been legislated, are expected to abide by the National codes
Read FAQ's on Codes here
Read Code of Conduct brochure here
Changes to ARC Membership Categories
In September 2017, as a follow on from the introduction of legally binding National and State Code of Conduct for Health Care Workers, the Committee of Management agreed to introduce a change to Membership Categories
ARC Criteria for the teaching of the Usui System of Reiki
Following consultation with and approval from all ARC members with the Reiki level of Master/Teacher ,at a Special General Meeting of the Association on the 13th June 2015 the Amended & Revised ARC criteria for teaching of all levels of the Usui System of Reiki was accepted...Read More
This criteria does not include the spiritual practice of Reiki or any particular form / branch of Reiki.