The Center for Reiki Research

One of the key goals of Reiki World News is to present enlightening research into the processes and outcomes of reiki treatments.

One of the most prolific and credentialed research organizations is The Center for Reiki Research, based in Michigan, USA. And it is with great pride and excitement, that I present to you an overview of The Center for Reiki Research.

The Center for Reiki Research is the best source for information on Reiki Research.

 – C. Norman Shealy, M.D. Ph.D. Founder, American Holistic Medical Association

Mission Statement

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. 

Ongoing Activities

  • We educate the public and the scientific communities about the current state of Reiki research and provide seminars to train people in the introduction of Reiki into medical settings.
  • We review, critique, summarize, and catalog all peer-reviewed research on Reiki (in English).
  • We serve as key opinion leaders in the field of Reiki research
  • We conduct rigorous clinical research on Reiki and publish the results in peer-reviewed journals.
  • We review, critique, summarize, and catalog all peer-reviewed research on Reiki (in English).
  • We advocate for scientific rigor in all Reiki research and offer assistance, guidelines, and consultation services to other researchers and clinicians.

About Reiki

Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a form of energy medicine or biofield therapy that reduces stress and promotes healing. It is administered through laying on of the hands in person or remotely. Reiki originated in Japan nearly 100 years ago and its popularity is growing globally. Scientific research for Reiki is still in the beginning stages, however, the research to date shows great promise for Reiki’s ability to promote health.

About the CRR

The Center for Reiki Research (CRR) is the first and only 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to Reiki research. The purpose of the CRR is to promote the scientific awareness of Reiki by conducting quality research and providing an updated archive and summary of all evidence-based Reiki research published in peer reviewed journals. The CRR also offers guidance and direction for researchers, practitioners, and clinicians that want to conduct Reiki research.

The Center for Reiki Research often presents high-quality webinars (see below, just passed).

You can sign up to The Center for Reiki Research as a member on three different levels:

Basic Membership,

Associate Membership,

or Professional Membership.

Visit The Center for Reiki Research

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