The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy." Reiki is administered through touch and works simultaneously on emotional, mental, physical and spiritual "levels" and does not have any limitations. Reiki is a safe, gentle, noninvasive form of hands–on healing that increases energy, reduces pain, offering deep relaxation, and a general feeling of well–being. Reiki supports the immune system and is often used when the body or mind are compromised with illness and stress. Susie has been practicing and teaching Reiki for over 15 years. You remain fully clothed for this therapy.

60 min $100 (purchase a series of 3 sessions for $270)

What is Reiki? 

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy. Reiki can be used in conjunction with western medicine as an alternative modality to support all illness, including cancer.

How often should I get a Reiki treatment?

As often as you feel like you need it.  It is important for you to listen to your own body.  Everyone has individual needs.  The reiki energy will most likely make you feel more connected to your body and more in-tune.  You will know when you need another session.  If you are going through a high period of stress or going through a major medical situation i.e. chemotherapy or radiation or recovering from surgery etc. I recommend three consecutive reiki sessions to increase your healing process.  


Did you realize that you have a wealth of wellness practitioners right in your own neighborhood of MequonWhite Sage Spa operates within the WELL BODY complex which houses other wellness/healing businesses.  You can receive the healing energy of reiki and even learn how to practice reiki on yourself or others. Interested in other aspects of wellness?  We have other wellness businesses within WELL BODY: Trillium Acupuncture, Rosen Wellness, Blue Stone Counseling, Well Body Massage.  One of my favorite new, organic restaurants is On The Way Cafe, be sure to enjoy some high quality farm to table food after receiving reiki.  Your energy will continue to expand.


Areas Served

Milwaukee - Mequon - Cedarburg - Grafton - Fox Point

More about Mequon

Things To Do And See In Mequon, Wi

Mequon, a seat of Ozaukee County, is situated 14 miles north of Milwaukee on the western shores of Lake Michigan. When visiting the city, you will be met with stately homes, majestic lake-shore bluffs with many parks and five golf courses along the winding Milwaukee River. Lush farmlands lie in expansive open spaces where fifty percent of the land within the city is still underdeveloped and mostly farmed. The rural heritage of Mequon is preserved by high standards in development and regulations for low-density zoning. Mequon is known to have one of the lowest tax rates as well as the lowest crime rates in the Milwaukee Metropolitan area.

The Menominee and Pottawatomie tribes lived in this field before the French fur traders came and set up trading posts along the Milwaukee River. The name Mequon originates from the Indian word for "ladle" and is thought to describe the shape of the river that bends around Mequon. The first permanent white settlers arrived in 1836 when Daniel Strickland came to the area. Other settlers from England, Ireland, Germany and the U.S. followed and constructed grain mills powered by the river. Today the Mequon area is a residential, commercial and farming community ranked as the 4th largest city by land area in Wisconsin.

Things To Do

For The Kids

  • Dive-in movie nights at the community pool are back by popular demand and start around dusk.
  • The community pool in Mequon is open all summer and is the place to meet up with friends, or visit the River Club Pool. For the more adventurous, the pool in Cedarburg has slippery slides and water spouts to keep the kids busy for hours.
  • The indoor playland at the Logemann Community Play Center has all the bells and whistles to keep children entertained on those bad weather days and is Mequon's little secret to keeping moms sane on snowy days in mid-February. Sports and Outdoor Activities Outdoor activities are available thoughout the year like the Shoreline Duathlons as well as fun runs and walks to keep anyone fit from the young to the old.

Nature Reserves and Dog Parks

You can spend hours at the Mequon Nature Preserve with beautiful views, hiking, an observation tower and a great nature center where kids can relax.

Virmond Park is a small neighborhood park with lovely lake views and a safe play area for kids.

The Katherine Kearney Carpenter Park is a 35 acre open area dog park with great trails for dogs of all sizes. There are plenty of water bowls and poop bags along the way to keep the area clean and tidy and dogs are allowed to roam without a leash.

All in all, Mequon is a great residential, farming and commercial community situated on the beautiful Milwaukee River where young and old can find something interesting to do.