Vermont Reiki Association
In the Community
The entire VRA board and Sabina Evarts delivered Reiki to over 100 visitors to the Over 50 Expo at the Sheraton in Burlington Saturday January 25. We shared lots of VRA materials, referred many visitors to the web site to help them find a provider, and sent many more on their way with relaxed peaceful faces.
VRA Secretary Heather Meisterling and a client
VRA Treasurer Nancy Oakes
Heather and VRA Co-Chair Sandy Jefferis
Our Vision is to be a resource for the understanding and practice of Reiki and an advocate for the acceptance of Reiki.
As a resource: The Vermont Reiki Association provides sound and ethical information about the use of Reiki as part of a personal wellness program. The VRA also provides peer support for Vermontís Reiki practitioners. We will help you ask the right questions and locate qualified practitioners and teachers.
As an advocate: The Vermont Reiki Association promotes knowledge, understanding and the appropriate use of Reiki in a variety of settings, including traditional medical settings. We will work with our members to help them promote Reiki in their local communities.
2013 Annual Board Meeting
VRA Teacher Survey Results
Thanks to all the teachers who took the time to ﬁll out the VRA Teacher Survey. Your input is very helpful to the board. We had 13 responses. Here is a PDF file showing the results of the survey.
VRA Survey Results
Thanks to all of you who filled out our member survey.
Your input is so helpful to the
Here is a quick summary of results.
Our mission is to provide a forum to encourage support, partnership and connection among Reiki practitioners throughout the state.
- We will anticipate and prepare for the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the Reiki community.
- We will partner with our medical and healing profession communities to support the continued growth of Reiki in our state.
- We will promote personal and spiritual growth as well as professional development, thus leading to highly effective practitioners