top of page

The Choice is Yours

All energy healing sessions are equally effective whether on Zoom or in-person. (You may read how distance healing works here.) Where and how you experience your session is completely up to you. The below descriptions may help you decide which set up you're comfortable with. Please email with any questions: kp@paloaltoreiki.com

Zoom vs In-Person: Text
_DOL8699.jpg

Distance
(Zoom)

  • A Zoom link will automatically be sent in your booking confirmation email--save it to use on the day/time of your session.

  • For a truly relaxing Reiki experience at home, plan to be alone with no interruptions or distractions for the duration of your appointment.

  • Choose a calm and quiet space for your session, such as a bed, couch, or lounge chair. You may find it's most comfortable lying down for Reiki.

  • Wear comfortable clothes and have pillows and blankets nearby.

  • You're welcome to enhance your experience at home with candles, crystals, and/or aromatherapy.

  • Music will stream from the practitioner during the session.

  • You may want a journal or notebook handy to make notes.

  • You may read more about how Distance Reiki works here

Zoom vs In-Person: Text
IMG_2823_edited_edited.jpg

In Person
(Palo Alto)

  • The exact address will be sent in your booking confirmation email.

  • You may park anywhere on the street.

  • The Reiki studio is completely private, temperature controlled, and filled with natural light.

  • Wear comfortable clothes and please remove your shoes.

  • During the session, you'll lie comfortably on a cloud-like pillow top chaise lounge. Blankets, bolsters, and pillows are available for your comfort. 

  • Restorative music will stream, and candles, crystals, and aromatherapy will enhance your experience.

  • You may wish to bring a journal or notebook to make notes after your session.

  • Masks are optional and up to personal choice. 

I respectfully acknowledge that sessions take place on the stolen land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people, and pay my respects to elders both past and present. Learn more

Zoom vs In-Person: Text
bottom of page