Standards of Practice
- Use ICRT manuals when teaching your classes. Supply one manual per student. Manuals must be purchased from the store.
- Professional members, supply the RMA certificates for your students. See sample certificate.
- Reply to all Reiki related e-mail and voice mail in a timely way.
- Use a client information form and session documentation form in your Reiki sessions. (available on membership site).
- Create a safe, comfortable, harmonious space for your sessions and classes.
- All training and class attunements, Placements and Ignitions must be given in person.
- When teaching Reiki classes, use only the RMA Reiki symbols as drawn by Mrs. Takata for Reiki II, the Master Practitioner symbol and the Holy Fire® symbol for Reiki Master which are in the Reiki Master manual. No symbols are taught in Reiki I.
- Include time for lecture, discussion, demonstration, practice time and questions and answers in all your classes.
- Reiki I & II can be taught together (Hayashi style) or separately according to teacher preference.
- In the Usui/Tibetan style, ART and Master can be taught separately or together as one class. In the Usui/Holy Fire® and Usui/Holy Fire® II style classes, ART and Master can be taught separately or together as one class. In the Usui/Holy Fire® III classes, ART and Master are taught together as one class called Usui/Holy Fire® III Reiki Master.
- Require that a student have practiced at the Reiki II level for a minimum of six months before taking ART or Reiki Master.
- Use the RMA class outlines. Additional topics can be taught at teacher’s discretion.
- Minimum class times. The lower number is for small classes of 1-3 students and the longer time is for larger classes.
Reiki I – 5-8 hours
Reiki II – 5-8 hours
Usui/Tibetan ART – 5-8 hours
Usui/Tibetan Master – 10-16 hours
Usui/Tibetan Art/Master 15-24 hours
Usui/Holy Fire® Reiki Master – 15-24 hours