Janie Whittemore

A one-day course to revisit your Reiki L2 Training with Janie

Why do a Refresher Course?

You want to feel more confident
You feel disconnected from Reiki
You have got 'rusty'
You are going through a difficult time and know it would help
You forgot to keep it up and now there is a gap
You haven't had time
You are ready to deepen your practice
You want to qualify to practise but aren't sure about case studies
You have questions
You want to deepen your love for Reiki
You would like to repeat the learning in an easy way for a day


Level 1 or 2 attuned
Your certificate
Your manual/s (available for purchase if lost)
Paper and pen
Drinking water bottle
Appropriate clothing for you to feel comfortable
and the right temperature

You will receive:

Discussion on where you are currently at with your Reiki
Revision of your Reiki Level 2
Practice session and discussion
Guided meditation

What to bring?   

You can bring food and drink with you or go to the local shops at lunchtime.

Please bring your own water bottle. Wear easy layers, comfortable clothing, warm socks as you will probably take your shoes off, a blanket or shawl if you like.  Bring a notepad and pen just in case but you will not need to take copious notes. If you have a favourite crystal do feel free to bring it with you to be attuned alongside you.

Anything else? 

Reiki can bring up various emotions and the day is quite intense energetically. It is not recommended that you drink alcohol before, during or after a course. Keep caffeine to a minimum and make sure you eat adequately. It is your responsibility to look after yourself.

Please note: The Isbourne operates a minimum number policy. This means that if our minimum number is not met 24 hours before the session is scheduled to run, then we reserve the right to cancel the session. If you have paid a set fee for the cancelled session, you will get a full refund. Donations are non-refundable. We, therefore, advise customers to secure their place as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment. The Isbourne’s minimum number policy is under the guidance of the tutor running the session. Thank you for your understanding.