Reiki (pronounced "ray-key") is a gentle, holistic healing technique that is rooted in re-awakening the innate wisdom your body carries and harnessing the power of self-healing through realigning your subtle body with your current chapter of self-discovery. Translated from Japanese to mean "universal life energy" reiki is used to foster a shift back into your natural state of wellbeing. Transmitted through gentle touch or hovering of the practitioners hands, Reiki  has the ability to unlock blockages in the subtle body and reduce stress, revitalize the mind, and expand your understand of self. 




You'll set an intention for your session and then the practitioner will guide you through breathwork and a meditation to match the intention. 



We may use crystals, singing bowls, essential oils, or herbs to help reestablish your ability to tune into the mind body connection. 



Part of your session includes a discussion on your daily energetic budget & how you can continue to align your energy.



Psychology acknowledges the formation of two types of memories when the brain processes information: explicit and implicit. Explicit memories are factual, common knowledge and autobiographical in nature. Implicit memories, also called somatic memories, relate to feelings and sensations. Under normal circumstances, these two are integrated later to produce one unified memory (complete picture) of an event.

When we are stressed, the nervous system and brain behave in an entirely different manner (fight-or-flight). The brain has no need to integrate memories, since it’s only concern is safety. This is why many trauma victims often experience gaps in their memories; memories of a traumatic event that do not get processed end up fragmented into explicit and implicit chunks in the brain. The thing is, memory isn’t just contained in the brain; the body, too, behaves as a container for our past experiences – specifically these implicit (emotional, feeling) memories. The information that is too intense for the nervous system to handle during stressful events gets assigned to this subconscious ‘database’ of our connective tissues. Once an implicit memory finds its place in the body, the connection between the brain and that part is said to be severed. This is a protective mechanism, as the brain doesn’t know the difference between the actual physical event and our recollection of it. Both trigger the same fight-or-flight response in the brain. The memory is perceived to be as dangerous as the event, and the brain wants to shield us from it so it stores it in the body. This is where reiki can be used as a vital tool to recognize where our somatic experiences (implicit memories) are being held within the body. 



All of our reiki sessions are held inside the Little Rabbit studio in Downtown Wichita by our Founder and Reiki Master, Jeana. Trained in both Usui & Sekhmet reiki techniques, you will receive a unique blend of both during your session to support you in reconnecting to the wisdom you carry to lead a more soul led life. 

Once you've scheduled your reiki session, check your inbox for an email with detailed instructions on how to get the most our of your session. On the fence about scheduling? Scroll down to view some of the commonly asked questions. 

How does Reiki change the frequency of the body?

Our body has a natural electromagnetic frequency that it prefers to resonate with. When all levels of the body are in harmony with that frequency, communication between all the layers of the body are clear and strong. The body loses its effectiveness to heal and maintain homeostasis when the lines of communication within the body are disrupted. These disruptions occur when we store energy that is dissonant with our natural resonance (implict or somatic memories). We tend to store energy in the form of memories and beliefs and as they accumulate around the same theme, the strong dissonance begins. When a body receives Reiki energy, it makes the body aware of the distruptions (somatic memories) that is not serving it. The practitioner does not decide what needs to be released or when, the wisdom of the body does. The practitioner holds the space for the bodymind to see the possibilities it can choose from with regard to healing so the body is no longer tied to a dysfunctional way of being. Once the body has chosen what it is ready to address, it can systematically release the stored energy at a cellular level connected with the imbalance. The cells then begin functioning as intended and the healing occurs on a physical as well as emotional, mental and physical level. The body does not need to be consciously aware of what beliefs and memories it is working with which is one reason why Reiki can be so effective.

Do you offer training to become a Reiki Practitioner?

Yes - we hold one 3 week training a year. Our 2021 training is the first 3 Saturdays of December.

What should I wear to my Reiki session?

The energy of reiki flows within and along the outside of our body. To ensure that the energy flows without restriction, you should have on loose clothing and your shoes off. Tightly fitted items can serve to block the flow of energy along significant energy pathways.

What will I feel in my Reiki session?

The sensation of reiki varies from person to person. Some people feel nothing other than relaxed, while others will experience sensations of hot/cold, subtle involuntary movements like slight twitching, sleepiness, or even an emotional response.

What happens during my session?

First, we'll set an intention for the session and choose breathwork and a meditation for you to be guided through to honor that intention. Then the practictitioner will hover or place their hands on the body in various spots to channel the reiki energy. When you're finished receiving reiki, you'll discuss what the practictitioner felt and how you can start to build awareness and intention around your daily pranic (energetic) budget to live a more soul led life.