|Course Name:||Reiki II|
|Date:||Call your campus for upcoming dates|
|Prerequisite:||Reiki I |
|Time:||9 - 5 with an hour break for lunch|
|Cost:||$150.00 payable to Herzing University payable with preregistration.|
|Location:||Herzing University Brookfield, 555 S. Executive Drive, Brookfield|
|Items needed:||Blanket and pillow, lunch if desired|
|Hours:||8 contact hours|
*For more information and to register contact Carole Ostendorf, PHD at 262-649-4145 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "Universal, Spirit, Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy."
Reiki II enhances the student’s ability to provide “healing energy” to those at a distance. Students also learn additional Reiki symbols to promote the strength of the energy transfer to clients during Reiki Sessions. Like Reiki I students receive these abilities through additional “attunements” given by a Reiki Master. Reiki I is required prior to taking Reiki II.
Its use is not dependent on one's intellectual capacity or spiritual development and therefore is available to everyone. It has been successfully taught to thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds.
While Reiki is not a religion, it is still important to live and act in a way that promotes harmony with others. Dr. Mikao Usui, the founder of the Reiki system of natural healing, recommended that one practice certain simple ethical ideals to promote peace and harmony, which are nearly universal across all cultures.
For questions about the course, please contact Dr. Ostendorf.
Email: email@example.com 
Presenter: Carole Ostendorf PhD, RM
Dr. Carole Ostendorf has been a Reiki Master and teacher of Reiki for over 20 years. Her focus is to acknowledge the ability of each person to incorporate touch with intention and respect. This focus is on supporting the individual on their personal journey, creating and sustaining that focus in daily life. Dr. Ostendorf has a broad understanding of integrated health service delivery and has served as a participant in a national dialogue and workgroups to enhance the integration of alternative health care options in traditional academic preparation of medical professionals. Her interest has extended to the expanding understanding of the mind-body connections of the human experience.