Channeling divine energy to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Cheyenne Christensen and Wesley Hooten are experienced Holy Fire III Reiki practitioners. By gently placing their hands on or near the body, they facilitate the flow of healing energy, creating a deep state of relaxation. This relaxation allows the body to release accumulated stress and tension while simultaneously dissolving energy blocks that hinder the natural balance between mind, body, and spirit. Wes and Cheyenne's expertise and dedication to their Reiki practice make them compassionate guides on the healing journey. Whether you seek relief from physical discomfort, release from emotional burdens, or a deeper connection to your spiritual self, their Reiki sessions can provide a gentle and transformative experience.


Reki session options:

30 minute attunement: $30

60 minute attunement: $50

90 minute attunement: $75

Reiki offers individuals a chance to get in touch with their deeper selves. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction, relaxation, and healing that originated in the early 20th century. It is based on the concept of channeling universal life force energy to promote balance and well-being. In addition to resolving emotional distress, Reiki can also help address physical ailments by restoring harmony to the body's energy system. It is a non-invasive practice that involves the practitioners placing their hands lightly on or near the client's body, allowing the healing energy to flow through them. Many people find Reiki sessions to be deeply calming and rejuvenating, experiencing a sense of peace and reduced anxiety. After a Reiki session with Mary Ellen, clients often experience a profound sense of peace and inner harmony. By restoring the natural flow of energy within the body, Reiki supports the body's innate ability to heal itself, promoting overall wellness and vitality. It is important to note that Reiki should not replace medical treatments but can be used as a complementary practice to support overall health and wellness.

Mary Ellen Stevenson