Reiki with Emma

Reiki  hands on healing is a gentle approach to relaxation, meditation and healing. Reiki is an effective method to enhance other healing modalities, especially helpful for conditions such as fibromyalgia and PTSD.  

Reiki table with blankets in a comfortable reiki roomReiki With Emma
To book an appointment, Contact Emma at 818-404-5784  (text) or call 310-704-3217

Treatments based on a sliding scale of $25-$40 for a 30 minute session, and $50-$75 for a one hour session.

  • Concierge Reiki, in your home: $150 an hour.  (Within 5 miles. costs are adjusted  for additional travel time).

**Special Offer**
10 one hour full reiki sessions for $350.  That’s $35 a session. Usually reiki sessions cost $70 each, with a sliding scale of $40-70 a session.
With your purchase of 10 sessions you receive 10 reiki coupons good for one session each. Coupons are transferable, so you can split the 10 sessions among up to 10 people. Great for gifts. Individual gift envelopes available.

DragonflyHill Urban Farm is wheelchair accessible.  Reiki with Emma  and Radical Healing is dis-ability (disability), LGBTQIA, social & economic justice affirmative, anti-sexist, anti-racist, decolonialist. Because anything else is just a bandaid.

What to Expect in a Reiki Session

Reiki is a hands on modality that gently supports the client towards health and healing. In a typical reiki session, the client lies on a massage table fully clothed and the practitioner places their*  hands on specific points on or near the client’s body, focusing on areas of concern, as well as on the body as a whole. While reiki complements other Reiki spelled out in Japanese calligraphyhealing modalities it is not a cure in and of itself and for serious conditions and diagnosis, clients still must consult with and obtain the support of medical physicians.  Claims that reiki can cure cancer or other life threatening illnesses are not only false, but dangerous and cruel. Because it is less aggressive and invasive than massage, reiki can prevent the spread of some illnesses that other hands on modalities might promote. Try it. If you feel more relaxed and able to respond to the world, after a reiki session, then you will find it helpful.

Reiki and Radical Healing with Emma, also includes conversation that integrates the physical realities of the client to the daily struggles and external realities that the client encounters.

DragonflyHill Urban Farm is wheelchair accessible.  Reiki with Emma  and Radical Healing is dis-ability (disability), LGBTQIA affirmative, anti-sexist, anti-racist, decolonialist, anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist, because anything else is just a bandaid.


Emma Rosenthal is a human rights activist all her life, and has been a reiki practitioner for over 10 years. She combines reiki hands on healing with her work in social justice by focusing on healing that empowers individual and community health,  supporting radical social change. She deeply believes that we cannot have individual well-being or health within social systems that are inherently unhealthy and debilitating.

Her own health informed her decision to become a reiki practitioner, because she found its simplicity and gentleness very helpful in her own struggles within a brutal society based in a violent body politic.  She could not separate the contradictions she had with the larger society from her own physicality and felt bombarded by the pervasive values in alternative healing and spirituality that blames the victim/client/patient for causing their own conditions and reality, as if we could step outside of the conditions of our lives, as if those conditions weren’t based on material realities that couldn’t be altered simply by perception or individual will and imagination.

Emma treats people one on one and in group settings, blending current physical and emotional struggles with the external realities and the struggle for a better, more just, world.

Emma is a certificated Reiki Practitioner, a credential teacher and a ordained minister in the Universal Life Church.

*(use of “their” as a singular pronoun)