Woodbury Mountain Reiki

Woodbury Mountain Reiki offers one on one Reiki sessions and individual or small group classes in Montpelier, St. Johnsbury and Woodbury Vermont. Reiki is a relaxation and spiritual healing practice that originated in Japan and is now practiced worldwide to promote spiritual, mental, and physical balance and health. Reiki helps one to feel and function better. It is non-invasive, completely safe, easy to practice, and easy to learn. More about Reiki...

Classes and sessions are offered by Nancy Oakes, Independent Reiki Master Teacher, member of Vermont Reiki Association.


Master Teacher Nancy Oakes

Nancy has been practicing Reiki since 2001. She received her Usui Reiki Master certification in 2003, and her Usui Reiki Master Teacher certification in January of 2009. Nancy studied traditional Usui Reiki with Sierra Thayer, Independent Reiki Master Teacher, and Karuna Reiki with Norma Spaulding, Karuna Reiki Master. She has also been teaching adults in various settings for more than twenty-five years. View Nancy's Master Lineage.


Origin & Meaning of the word Reiki

靈氣 (Reiki) - The original word Reiki is written in kanji characters as used in traditional Japan, where Dr. Mikao Usui (learn more) developed Reiki. Reiki translates literally as Spiritual life energy and more accurately as "spiritually guided life energy that surrounds and flows through all things." Many practitioners now write Reiki as "霊気", a simplified form of the traditional kanji.

山林的靈氣 - Moriyama no Reiki - Shānlín de língqì

A translation of Woodbury Mountain Reiki in the traditional kanji reads "山林的靈氣", which translates as Life Essence of the Forest Mountain.


Reiki Principles

The secret art of inviting happiness, the miraculous medicine of all disease into your life.

  • Just for today, do not be angry.
  • Do not worry.
  • And be filled with gratitude.
  • Devote yourself to your work.
  • And be kind to all people.

Learn to practice Reiki Self-Treatment or Schedule a Reiki Session

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or call (802) 456-7006
8am to 8pm

Master Teacher
Nancy Oakes