Reiki Share

West Berkshire’s Reiki Share is a group of like-minded people, already attuned or interested in Reiki who meet regularly to give and receive Reiki healing in a supportive and loving environment.

Meets once monthly on the 2nd Wednesday of the month
£3 donation request per session
with Niki Baggs

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What is a Reiki Share?

Attending a Reiki share is a wonderful way to build confidence and knowledge in Reiki, receive healing and discuss experiences.

A Reiki share consists of many healing hands on one person at a time.  One person lays on a table while the participating practitioners gather around that person, laying their hands upon him/her facilitating a massive flow of Reiki energies.  Group energies are often very strong and can be more penetrating than individual sessions.  This type of Reiki treatment is a wonderful and often profound experience!

West Berkshire’s Reiki Share is facilitated by Reiki Master, Niki Baggs.  Meetings are held at The Wellbeing Centre on the 2nd Wednesday evening  of each month 7.30- 9.30pm.

Participating in a Reiki share is very beneficial to the individual and to the whole group collectively.  As well as giving and receiving healing there is also an opportunity to receive guided meditations and empowerments.  It is an amazing experience to be part of a group, meeting together, to heal and be healed.

West Berkshire’s Reiki Share meetings are facilitated by our Reiki Master Teacher, Niki Baggs, who provides guided meditations and empowerments before commencing Reiki Share treatments.

Everyone trained in Reiki at any lineage and level is welcome! A £3 per session donation is kindly requested as a contribution towards room hire.

For more information and if you wish to attend, please contact Niki on 07521 970788 or email her at

Upcoming dates:

The meetings run 7.30 – 9.30pm on the second Wednesday of each month.

  • Wednesday 12th September
  • Wednesday 10th October
  • Wednesday 14th November
  • Wednesday 12th December

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