If you’ve heard my story, you know that Reiki was a primary factor on my healing journey.

After years of pushing my sadness deep inside because I simply didn’t have the tools or understanding as to how do deal with grief, my sadness reached a point where it bubbled up and out into every aspect of my life.

I knew I had to do something and someone had suggested Reiki to me. I had never heard of it and was pretty skeptical at the time. Yet, I knew I didn’t want to go on, feeling the way I did.

I sought out a Reiki teacher and booked myself in for my first class without even having experienced Reiki for myself, I just knew I needed this!


For those who aren’t too sure, Reiki is a Japanese technique used for stress reduction and relaxation.  It’s known for promoting healing all aspects of our body.  Emotionally, spiritually, physically and mentally.  Often times, it has been offered by laying hands on the body, though they can be held slightly above the body too. It’s been used for thousands of years and the word Reiki actually comes from two Japanese words – Rei and Ki.  REI meaning – Higher Knowledge and KI meaning Life Energy.

This Life Energy plays such an important role in our healing journey.


While Reiki is beneficial for many purposes, as my work is specifically for grief, that’s what I’ll be talking about here.

For those of us who are on a grief journey, you know what grief can do to our bodies.  It takes a great deal of energy to grieve.  Our heart feels broken, our body feels beaten down and we may feel exhausted on every level!.  This is where Reiki comes in.

Our bodies are made of energy and when we feel depleted, Reiki supports us in the most incredible ways.


Calms anxiety

Relaxes muscle tension

Balances energy

Supports deep relaxation for sound sleep

Reduces blood pressure

Promotes peace and a positive outlook

Many of these symptoms can be associated to our grief journey and its no wonder that so many people, myself included, turn to this gentle yet healing energy to support their body, mind and spirit after suffering a loss of any kind.

My journey to Reiki was one in which allowed me to turn a corner with grief.  After years of holding on to grief; sadness, shame, memories and so much more, Reiki became a welcome support for me. Over time, I continued my training and became certified as a Reiki Master/Teacher.

If you or someone you know, has experienced grief in whatever form it may take, please know that I am here to support you on your healing journey.

I welcome you to reach out.  I offer both in-person and online healing sessions.  Just click this link to schedule a time that works for you.

May you experience compassion, peace and grace through grief,

Tracey Swainson


Tracey Swainson is a Life after Loss Intuitive healer and mentor, passionate about supporting soulful women who have buried their grief deep inside and are ready to do the inner grief work so they can honor their loss, re-find themselves and trust their intuition so they can live their best life!  It was the emotional and spiritual healing of her own pregnancy loss experiences that fully birthed her into this sacred work. The grief work that she facilitates focuses on energy healing, mindful practices and soulful rituals, so she can meet you right where you are, to help you build a loving, sacred relationship with your grief.

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