Altruistic Reiki

Qualified Usui Reiki practitioner and Animal Reiki healer.

Meryl is based in the Cwmcarn Forest and Machen mountain valley, surrounded by the beautiful forests of the area in South East Wales. She has her own private Reiki Room 10min drive from J28 M4, where she treats private clients. She is full insured and is GDPR compliant.  She is qualified in both Japanese Jikiden reiki and Western Usui reiki.  She is also a member of the Jikiden Reiki UK Association.




Why Altruistic Reiki?

Altruism is the unselfish regard or devotion for the welfare of others. In the case of Reiki, it is the genuine concern for the wellbeing of the clients mind, body and spirit. 

My reiki room is based within a homely atmosphere and appointments are made to suit my clientele, which can daytime or evenings by request.  I keep reiki sessions to just a few a day, so people are not on a spiritual conveyor belt or time restricted. 



Reiki is helpful with Fibromyalgia sufferers, within a pain management regime.

What is Reiki?

Reiki is the Japanese art of energy healing. The word Reiki means Universal Energy and is pronounced Ray-Key. It is a non-intrusive therapy, where the practitioner will place their hands on or above the person to channel the healing energy. The technique is said to create relaxation, promote healing and wellbeing. It is a complimentary therapy to orthodox medicine and not a substitute for traditional medication or treatments.

The reiki session is given fully clothed in a quite environment, using a therapy couch.  The session can be done in a chair if the client prefers. The client should wear comfortable clothing and remove their shoes for the session.

Therapy appointments can be made for daytime & evenings to suit.  Some sameday appointments can be made if time is available.  I am able take same day appointments if I have a convenient space.      

You can contact Meryl on email via the contact form below or to make an appoiintment call on 07799 225 334.

Travel to Crosskeys, Newport:

  • M4 junction 27 or 28 is 10 mins drive, on street parking
  • Crosskeys Station (Cardiff to Ebbw Vale line) 5 mins walk
  • Buses 151 Newport to Blackwood;  Bus X15 Newport to Brynmawr