Reiki-Related Organizations

Asociația Reiki Usui® – România (Romania)

The story of the Associatia Reiki Usui® began in the fall of 2006, when 10 friends and Reiki teachers, after 12 years of Reiki practice, would have liked to spend more time together experiencing Reiki.

Asociatia Reiki Usui® was established with the desire to support the community, to participate in improving the quality of life, and to have an organized framework for Reiki activities. The Reiki Usui Association® is a registered trademark since 2009 and provides Reiki services both to members and supporters of the organization and to people outside of the organization.

In 2012, the Asociatia Reiki Usui® established the Reiki House, with the purpose of providing a physical space for everyday Reiki practice and volunteer activities. Here they practice Reiki for both their benefit and the benefit of patients. After Reiki courses, students receive a 3-month practice subscription, so they can come to practice with the Reiki master they graduated with.

Since 2014 Asociatia Reiki Usui® has various Western and Japanese Reiki schools present: Usui Shiki Ryoho, Gendai Reiki Ho, Komyo Reiki Kai, etc. It is a coexistence based on mutual respect, with each Reiki school following the teachings of its own Reiki method and the teachings of their master or sensei. They don’t mix the teachings or groups. The goal is to offer freedom for each Reiki school, but to keep the balance between them, respecting the unique path of each. At the meetings of the Association, no single Reiki group pushes its practice or method, but they do together, as a common practice, the Reiki exercises of sensei Usui (such as self-healing, Reiki meditation on the five Reiki principles, purification of the body and mind, etc.). In this way, they stay connected to each other through Reiki and in harmony.

At all meetings, they emphasize the values on which they built the Reiki community: gratitude, modesty, love, compassion and respect, daily Reiki self-practice, and the five principles of Reiki (Gokai).

Most of the Reiki teachers within the Asociatia Reiki Usui® have also taken Reiki courses in Japan.

Today, in Asociatia Reiki Usui®:

A) can meet again in person and have Reiki sessions and practice at Reiki Houses in five cities. In addition, they also have virtual Reiki shares and circles, and they are careful to keep the balance between physical and virtual meetings for Reiki practitioners. they intend to develop the activity at Reiki House, and increase the number of volunteers in other parts of Romania.

B) has collaborations/ partnerships with other smaller Romanian organizations and Reiki groups.

C) represent the interest of both Reiki individuals and Reiki businesses. They hold space for Reiki activities, but the Association doesn’t give courses, accreditations or any over certifications, etc.

D) does ONLY Reiki (no other methods). But members, as individuals, do what they want in their private practice, and in their business, which is their responsibility. The Reiki beneficiaries who ask for Reiki sessions at the Association, seems to be happy that we do only Reiki and that they feel very safe and have the comfort that nobody does not introduce thoughts, and does not take control over their body or life, etc.

European Reiki (English) 

European Reiki (Romanian) 

Asociația Reiki Usui 

Australian Reiki Connection (Australia)

Established in 1997, the Australian Reiki Connection is Australia's leading Reiki Association. They are a national, not-for-profit Association run by members for members providing a community for non-professional members, Professional Reiki Treatment Practitioners and Professional Reiki Teachers.

Founded on the principles and practice of the Usui System of Reiki, they aim to maintain and promote Reiki first and foremost as a spiritual practice, and as a Peak body advocate for Reiki to be integrated as a stand-alone therapy into mainstream health care and community settings.

Australian Reiki Connection 

Center for Reiki Research, The (U.S.)

The Center for Reiki Research seeks to validate and foster the acceptance of Reiki biofield therapy as an integrative healthcare practice. CRR fulfills this mission by conducting, reviewing, archiving, and promoting scientific research on the effects/mechanisms of action of Reiki.

The Center for Reiki Research 

Dragonfly Reiki Marketplace (Canada / Global) – downloadable mobile app

Dragonfly Reiki Marketplace is an online healing platform that aims to heal and align your body, mind, and soul with Reiki. It allows you to connect with qualified Reiki practitioners and teachers to experience the incredible power of energy healing for yourself – wherever, and whenever you need it.

Dragonfly Reiki Marketplace  

European Reiki Group (EU)

All heads and representatives of European Reiki associations are encouraged to join this platform. Do you need support to create a local Reiki association or to organise it? ERG may be able help you. Are you looking for a local Reiki association? Please take a look at our association list.

ERG is mainly for the official representatives of national European Reiki Associations which are inclusive, but also for other groups or associations. The aim of the public part of their website is to provide information about European Reiki associations in order to promote them and encourage Reiki practitioners to join them.

Their purpose is to provide a way for Reiki associations to keep each other informed across national boundaries about current endeavors, projects, local regulations, recognition of the Reiki method by society, local authorities, education and health institutions. This brings a sense of belonging to a larger community and enhances coherence on all levels.

European Reiki Group 

Förenade Reikiförbundet i Sverige (United Reiki Association in Sweden) (Sweden)

United Reiki Association in Sweden was founded in 2006 as a venue for Reiki practitioners. Within a couple of years Reiki was considered a part of wellbeing, which allowed employees all over the
country to get Reiki treatments within their health care.

They have also developed course criteria, created an easy-share-blog to show what Reiki can help you with and created platforms that makes it easier for our members to be found by those who
are interested in Reiki.

They have one big annual meeting every year in different places in the country.

European Reiki Group 


Full Circle Fund Therapies (U.K.) (Connecting Reiki with Medicine)

Their aim is to introduce, evaluate and research Reiki in clinical practice. This simple hands-on therapeutic system can be helpful to both the body and mind. There is evidence that energy-based therapies can help ease patients’ pain (Evanoff and Newton 1999; Turner et al., 1998; Baldwin et al., 2017).

The project aims to add to the understanding of how Reiki improves patients’ quality of life by collecting case studies, undertaking evaluations and supporting further research. The information they collect will then support the use of Reiki at St George’s Hospital and other clinical settings.

From the charity’s original base at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of London’s leading teaching hospitals, Reiki has been introduced as an evidence-based practice. In line with Full Circle’s ethos its progress will be continuously evaluated to support patient care.

Through Full Circle’s research committee, which includes medical consultants and researchers, and their established links with research institutions in the UK and elsewhere, the charity aims to disseminate findings of how Reiki may help in hospitals, including supporting families and very sick children on the pediatric wards.

It is also intended to look at how Reiki supports cancer, sickle cell and palliative care patients.

The pilot Reiki project at St George’s is just the beginning. Full Circle Fund Therapies is creating a transferrable clinical training and mentoring program which allows Reiki practitioners to work on acute and high dependency units in a way which can be accepted by the medical professions.

Training is taking place on the bone marrow and transplant wards, and is planned as well for pediatric medicine.

Full Circle Fund Therapies 

Gendai Reiki Network (Japan)

GRN is a non-profit organization approved by the Japanese government. The purpose of the organization is to provide society with opportunities to experience Reiki as a lifelong learning, along with correct information about Reiki, and to contribute to realization of a healthy, happy and harmonious society. As part of the activities, they provide learning opportunities of Reiki for the general public and advanced workshops for Gendai Reiki practitioners.

The NPO Gendai Reiki Network is a global Reiki organization consisting of more than 200 Gendai Reiki practitioners from about 28 countries around the world. The members enjoy learning from each other beyond national borders and language barriers, and aim for self-improvement and social contribution.

Gendai Reiki Network 

International Association of Reiki Professionals (Global?)

They help you reach as many people as possible with Reiki by helping you start, grow and enjoy your business in a caring and professional way, with strong integrity and principles.

They have created and grown their prestigious association for more than 25 years that serves Reiki Healing Practitioners, Masters, and Teachers all over the globe. They have members in over 50 countries. IARP has grown exponentially through enthusiastic referrals from their beloved happy Professional Member practitioners and teachers. They do their very best to exceed expectations for their members in helping them succeed and grow their practices.

One of their guiding principles is to offer their expertise and loving service so that Independent Reiki Practitioners and Teachers, flourish personally and professionally.

International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP) 

International Center for Reiki Training, The (U.S.)

They offer over six hundred web pages and hundreds of articles covering every area of Reiki practice. The Resources page has articles, Reiki Stories, plus free practice and teaching materials. The articles in the 80-page hard copy Reiki News Magazine are written by the some of the most experienced and well-known Reiki practitioners and teachers on the planet!

They also have a Reiki Webstore in which you’ll find materials to help you learn, practice and teach Reiki. These include The Reiki Touch Kit, the I&II class manual, Reiki, The Healing Touch and the Reiki Master manual.

The Center for Reiki Training was started in 1991 and in 1997 they added the word “International” to their name because of classes being taught in foreign countries and because so many students were traveling from foreign countries to the US to take classes from them.

The ICRT Reiki Membership Association was created in 2010 based on William Lee Rand's twenty plus years of experience as a full time Reiki practitioner and teacher. Its purpose is to maintain a professional image for its members while at the same time preserving the spirit of Reiki and assisting members in creating a thriving Reiki practice.

The ICRT's Purpose & Philosophy 

The International Center for Reiki Training (ICRT) 

International House of Reiki (Sydney, Australia; Europe; North America)

The International House of Reiki teaches a traditional Japanese form of the system of Reiki in a down-to-earth manner while still encapsulating the deep spirituality of the system. IHReiki pride themselves on their professionalism, student support systems and strong ethics. The center teaches both personal development as well as professional Reiki skills for practitioners and teachers.

International House of Reiki


La Fédération de Reiki Usui – LFRU (France)

The USUI Reiki Federation – « La Fédération de Reiki USUI, LFRU » was initially created in 2003 under the acronym FFRU (Fédération Francophone du Reiki Usui). This was followed by a merger/absorption with the LFDR (La Fédération de Reiki) in 2016 to serve common goals such as professional recognition. It is constituted as a non-profit association under the law of 1901. It is composed of individual professional or voluntary members, Teachers, Practitioners or supporting members.

European Reiki (English)

European Reiki (French)

La Fédération de Reiki Usui 

ÖBRT® – Austrian Professional Association of Certified Reiki Therapists (Austria)

In 2006, they founded the Austrian Professional Association for Certified Reiki Therapists. It is of great concern to them to establish and anchor the profession of « Certified Reiki Therapists » in the health care system in order to guarantee protection and safety for clients and therapists.

European Reiki (English)

Österreichischer Berufsverband für Diplomierte Reiki-TherapeutInnen 

ProReiki – der Berufsverband (Germany)

In 2010, six Reiki practitioners met at Angela Zellner’s home in Allgäu and initiated the idea of a professional association. Within a year, the enthusiasm in the German Reiki community grew. More and more interested people joined the foundation in regular meetings.

ProReiki – the professional association was founded on 4 July 2011 after the Reiki Convention at Gut Hübenthal, near Göttingen. The association is based in Gersfeld in the Rhön.

European Reiki (English)

ProReiki - der Berufsverband e.V.   

Reiki Australia (Australia)

Reiki Australia is the leading voice in the industry committed to raising the profile of Reiki as a spiritual practice and healing art. They are also actively working to raise the benchmark of Reiki treatment practice nationwide.

As a forward-looking, national not-for-profit, membership association, they’re proud to welcome and honor the diversity of all Reiki practices that originate from the teachings of Mikao Usui. They’re an all-inclusive Reiki organization in Australia.

Their organization is run by members for members and that means they understand what’s important to you. It also means they’re here to serve you in any way we can.

As you scan through their website, they hope you find what you’re looking for. They have a wide range of resources from best practice guidelines, professional development & education articles, training advice, industry requirements for professionals, along with the latest research. If you can’t find what you’re looking for do let them know. Chances are, with such a long-standing, knowledgeable team at head office, they will easily track down the information you need.

Reiki Australia 

Reiki Association, The (U.K.)

The Reiki Association (TRA) was established in the UK in 1991. British in origin, it is open to those with Reiki around the world. It grew out of a desire from Reiki students and Masters to be active in the support of Reiki and to create a Reiki community. TRA is now a vibrant association serving its members in the UK and overseas bringing a valuable sense of connection and of being part of a wider Reiki community.

There are now many variations of Reiki. Membership is open to Reiki students who have been initiated into Reiki in the physical presence of their Master. The core system of TRA is Usui Shiki Ryoho in the lineage Usui, Hayashi, Takata, Furumoto, Reindl. This Reiki system was passed down by Hawayo Takata to her granddaughter Phyllis Furumoto, and then to Phyllis' chosen successor, Johannes Reindl.

TRA is a not-for-profit organization. An elected Council of up to 6 people, who each hold office for 3 years, manage the general business. The work is carried out by the Circle of Service, some of whom are volunteers and some are paid part time staff. They welcome volunteers to join the Circle of Service.

TRA supports the public and professional practice of Reiki and is a member of the Reiki Council. They are involved in the development of approved courses for practitioners and the recognition of standards of practice. TRA provides Verification services for practitioners, leading to CNHC registration.

The Association is not just here for those working as Reiki practitioners, they also foster the ‘folk art’ or informal practice of Reiki for people who treat their family and friends or even perhaps just themselves. ALL aspects of Reiki practice are important for them: folk art/student practice, public practice and professional practice.

The Reiki Association 

Reiki Centers of America (U.S.)

Reiki Centers of America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded to make accessible authentic Reiki instructions, techniques, and the stories of early Masters for modern audiences. They organize tours for Reiki students to the birthplace of Reiki, Mount Kurama, and other important Reiki sites in Japan. They are committed to training, mentoring, and empowering Reiki practitioners and Reiki Masters to develop successful Reiki Centers and thriving Reiki communities in North America.

Reiki Centers of America 

Reiki Council, The (U.K.)

The Reiki Council is the lead advisory body for Reiki practitioners in the UK. Through its member associations it represents the views of people giving Reiki to the public across the UK. The Reiki Council is non-profit-making organization that sets standards and guidelines, provides information and advice. The Reiki Regulatory Working Group (RRWG) was formed in 2002 being established as the Reiki Council in July 2008.

The Reiki Council aims to offer a platform for all styles of Usui Reiki and its guidelines are non-style-specific. The Reiki Council objectives are to be the lead advisory body for professional Reiki practitioners in the UK, to uphold the freedom to teach and practice individual styles of Reiki and to operate in the spirit of Reiki and according to Reiki principles.

The Reiki Council - About Us 

The Reiki Council 

Reiki Federation Bulgaria (Bulgaria)

On the 15th of August 2020 in the city of Dobrich a constituent assembly was held in which the participants unanimously voted for registration of a non-profit organization with the name of “Reiki Federation – Bulgaria.” On the 27th of August 2020 the non-profit organization « Reiki Federation – Bulgaria » was officially registered in the Republic of Bulgaria.

European Reiki (English)

European Reiki (Bulgarian)

Reiki Healing Association, The (U.K.?)

Their story started way back in 1997 when they opened up the Reiki Store and launched the very first online professional Usui Reiki online training programs to many thousands of Reiki students around the world before organically growing and developing into the Reiki Healing Association when we saw an urgent need to support the incredible work of Practicing Reiki Professionals who were practicing and teaching Reiki.

The Reiki Healing Association was established in 2015 to provide a safe and trusted support network for Reiki Professionals. Many Reiki Associations at the time had a long list of requirements to let members access insurance and their members benefits, and they excluded those who had studied and received their Reiki attunements distantly (even though one of the core beliefs of Reiki Level 2 is that Reiki can be sent across time and space).

They didn’t think it was right to block Reiki Professionals from the business tools and insurance they need to get started. In fact, they believe that the more heart-centered Reiki Practitioners there are out there with a passion for helping others, the better the world will be! So they founded the RHA to create an inclusive International Association to give all Reiki Practitioners the chance to put their training into practice, turn their calling into a career with purpose, impact and spiritual and financial rewards.

They were the first Global Reiki Association to help support ALL Reiki Professionals across the world, from all backgrounds, schools and lineages, and strive to remain an industry leader.

If you are a Reiki Professional, looking for a community to help you grow your Reiki practice, find new clients and support you every step along the way, then the RHA is waiting to welcome you into their Reiki family.

Reiki Healing Association 

Reiki Healthcare Research Trust (U.K.) (Advancing the Integration of Reiki and healthcare)

The Reiki Healthcare Research Trust supports research, education and specialist projects exploring the practice of Reiki as an evidence-based therapy in integrated healthcare settings. They believe Reiki, delivered professionally alongside medicine, improves the quality of life for people with a wide range of conditions, including complex and life-threatening illnesses.

They are a non-profit organization that has been inspired by two very special Reiki projects born in the UK, Reiki Medic-Care and Connecting Reiki with Medicine. Their goal, working with other non-profit organizations and charities, is to become central to the promotion and support of research and education for Reiki in clinical settings in the UK and other countries.

They rely entirely on donations, corporate support and legacies to support and develop their work and services.

The Reiki Healthcare Research Trust is pioneering the integration of Reiki and healthcare in ways which the scientific community can accept. The are driven by a passionate belief that Reiki nurtures the mind and body to help optimize physical, mental and emotional health.

They are dedicated to bringing about a better understanding of the benefits of Reiki through education programs and supporting robust clinical research in acute medical settings.

Their vision is that one day Reiki will become a natural adjunct to allopathic medicine and integrative healthcare programs throughout the world.

Reiki Healthcare Research Trust 

Reiki Medic Care (U.K.) (Supporting our medical professionals) 

Reiki Medic-Care supports the wellbeing of hospital doctors, nurses, healthcare assistants, midwives and ambulance paramedics. Reiki Medic-Care was originally inspired in the summer of 2019 by a conversation between a Reiki team and a matron at one of the UK’s busiest teaching hospitals and trauma centers. The matron wanted to find a way to give Reiki support to her nurses, recognizing that finding the time for hands-on treatments was the greatest hurdle. Other medical professionals requested such a service too, believing that Reiki can make a difference to their wellbeing and lower stress levels.

Reiki Medic-Care 

Reiki Rays (Bulgaria & Global)

Reiki Rays is a global community of Reiki practitioners and teachers dedicated to creating a brighter and more aware future for us all using Reiki as a main healing tool. They assist and empower their community members with opportunities for personal and spiritual growth – with a wide variety of Reiki articles and infographics, free guided meditations, free e-books, online courses and summits via their Reiki Rays University platform.

Since its founding in 2012, Reiki Rays has touched the lives of more than four million people, becoming now one of the world’s most popular and respected source of Reiki knowledge.

Reiki Rays encourages, inspires, and supports Reiki practitioners and teachers throughout the world with their daily practice, business development and healing sessions. Since their goal is to contribute in shaping a better world together, they are providing valuable insights and developing numerous alternatives for Reiki practitioners to grow, learn, expand their spiritual gifts, and achieve their full potential.

All Reiki lineages and practices are welcomed since their entire concept is based on the idea of oneness and interconnectedness.

Daily, new articles written for Reiki Rays by experienced and trusted Reiki Masters in the field are being added to their +3000-article database, covering a wide variety of Reiki themes.

Reiki Rays 

Reiki Share Project, The (U.S.)

The Reiki Share Project is dedicated to providing Reiki classes to groups of individuals and caregivers facing serious illness, disability, or trauma. Through our classes and community outreach programs, they teach and support Reiki, a complementary healing practice that facilitates health and well-being through self-treatment and treatment of others.

An innovative leader, The Reiki Share Project empowers individuals to participate in their own healing process; integrates the practice of Reiki into health care systems and community-based organizations; and fosters a caring and supportive wellness community.

In 2009, The Reiki Share Project, was founded as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, as a means to introduce the healing practice of Reiki to ever growing numbers of people in the community and within healthcare organizations. In 2012, the Reiki Volunteer Program was founded at Elmhurst Hospital (see article in Reiki News).

The Reiki Share Project 

Reiki Vereniging Cirkel (Netherlands)

The Reiki Association Circle is one of the oldest groups with more than 500 members one of the largest groups for Reiki Masters and Reiki practitioners in the Netherlands.

Although the association focuses on Reiki Masters and Reiki teachers, anyone who has taken at least a Reiki 1 level course can become a member of the Circle.

The Association focuses on maintaining the Traditional Reiki Usui System of Natural Healing and is very active in promoting and guaranteeing the quality of training.

European Reiki  

Reiki Vereniging Cirkel  

SwissReiki (Switzerland)

The SwissReiki Association is an association of Reiki practitioners gathered to share our experiences and to defend common, non-profit and secular interests. Everyone has the opportunity to bring their skills to the group, they act together to give the best of ourselves in a spirit of synergy. They support the practitioner in their personal journey and in their spiritual openness. They are involved in the therapeutic care provided to others, whether voluntary or paid. Indeed, for them it is important to act within a framework and to establish rules allowing the practitioner to be an effective and competent accompanist. They want the practitioner to feel comfortable in their practice, ready to anticipate a problem, capable of avoiding drift. Through our association, theyoffer an open space, a place of meeting, discussion and why not the possibility of finding help in moments of doubt or questioning in relation to the practice of Reiki.

SwissReiki brings together Reiki practitioners and anyone else who aim, in the interest of patients and practitioners: to maintain the ethics and credibility of the practice of Reiki; to develop the therapeutic use of Reiki and to work for full recognition of the therapeutic practice of Reiki by society. In general, SwissReiki also aims to promote the interests of its members.

SwissReiki VTPR-APTR 

UK Reiki Federation (U.K.)

The UK Reiki Federation (UKRF) is an independent, not-for-profit, professional organization run by members for members. Reiki is their passion. Since 1999, they have been at the forefront for developing the highest standards for Reiki education, training, research, and practice. They continue to be actively involved in high-level representative groups working on revised standards for training of professional practitioners in the United Kingdom.

Now the largest Reiki-only professional organization in the UK and Europe, they are here for every step of your Reiki journey – from finding a certified Reiki practitioner for a Reiki session, sourcing an accredited Reiki course, or practicing and teaching Reiki professionally. They are fully committed to sharing their expertise and knowledge with our members and the general public to increase awareness of Reiki through education & information.

Eruopean Reiki  

UK Reiki Federation 

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