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.  


Travel just a few miles south of Grafton and you will find a wonderful healing sanctuary at White Sage Spa within WELL BODY. Two of Susie's favorite spots in Grafton are Slow Pokes Local food where you will find an assortment of gluten free, nutrient dense foods and Lion's Den Gorge Nature preserve a great place to hike and recharge yourself naturally. Did you know that within the WELL BODY complex we offer other wellness/healing businesses? Trillium Acupuncture, Rosen Wellness, Blue Stone Counseling, Well Body Massage.  


Areas Served

Milwaukee - Mequon - Cedarburg - Grafton - Fox Point

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Grafton WI Restaurants That You Will Love To Visit Just Wait And See

Visiting all the little cities and villages in the southeastern corner of the state of Wisconsin should do your spirit some good. A beautiful atmosphere awaits you, and so do some great places to enjoy a meal. Explore all the wonders of nature up by Lake Michigan, and then make your pit stops for food. These wonderful restaurants in the city or village of Grafton, Wisconsin should certainly do you right.

How much do you enjoy barbecue? It is always interesting to see how it is prepared in different places throughout the country. Atlas Barbecue is Wisconsin style barbecue, and don't let that make you think you are going to have to do without your burnt ends, pulled pork, ribs and cornbread. The reviews state that there are different sauces to try, so you will certainly want to get to those. One past customer also says that when it comes to the North Shore, Atlas Barbecue serves up the best.

You don't have to look any further for delicious barbecue in Grafton, and this next place is sure to wow you as well. Amy's Candy Kitchen on Washington Avenue is your place for all kinds of great treats. You are talking about candy apples, truffles, and guess what, chocolate covered bacon. If you are in the mood for some Belgian chocolate and all kinds of delicious candies,make a pit stop at Amy's Candy Kitchen.

The last establishment isn't necessarily a restaurant, but it is certainly a place you want to visit. Since it is all about candy, you could actually hit these two establishments back to back, one for lunch or dinner and the other for dessert. Can you imagine what it is going to smell and look like when you walk into Amy's Candy Kitchen? If you have kids with you, this might even have to be your first stop and not your dessert so to speak.