New 6 Week Teleclass | How to Teach Reiki

Come and join international Reiki Teacher Frans Stiene as he takes you step-by-step through how to teach a Reiki Level I, II and III class, how to run practice groups, deal with students and much, much more. 

Whether you want to teach - or are already teaching or are a IHReiki student already - this teleclass is for you.

As many of you already know, Frans' relaxed teaching style is underpinned by a fierce knowledge and deep personal experience of the system of Reiki. This enables him to fully Be with his students and support them in their energetic development. Let Frans teach you some of his methods and guide you in becoming the best teacher that you can possibly be.

This 6 week teleclass is made up of 6 individual one-hour classes held over 2 months. if you can't make a class you'll be sent the recording (actually you receive recordings of every class).

Starts 27th or 28th June depending upon your region.

Week 1

  • What it means to be a teacher.
  • Discuss various teaching styles and how to approach your classes.

Week 2

  • Teaching Shoden Reiki Level I
  • Discuss the Reiki Course outlines and the practices taught at this level.

Week 3

  • Teaching Okuden Reiki Level II
  • Discuss the Reiki Course outlines and the practices taught at this level.

Week 4

  • Teaching Shinpiden Reiki Level III
  • Discuss the Reiki Course outlines and the practices taught at this level.

Week 5

  • Ways to provide follow-up support for your students including running practice groups, retreats and more.

Week 6

  • How to deal with students; guiding them on the path, dealing with questions and much more.

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PS - This Teleclass is not so much about what to teach but about how and why. Naturally Frans will be discussing the practices but this is not a replacement for Shinpiden Reiki Level III and attunements and reiju are not taught (but they are discussed :-)). It's all about making you a BETTER teacher.

 

We suggest signing in and calling in 5 to 10 minutes early to ensure that you know how the system works. 

A Teleclass is a live, interactive class, sometimes called a conference call. Students have the chance to talk and discuss with the teacher during the call. You will be charged for the cost of call to, or within, the USA for this Teleclass if you do not use the local country call-in info. Most phone companies give discounts for long distance and international calls within and to the USA. Otherwise we recommend using Skype on the internet which is a freecall within the USA and is approx .02 cents a minute internationally (check this from your own country). If you need help setting up a skype account then let us know. http://WWW.SKYPE.COM

There are local country call-in numbers for most countries. 

You will be sent the call-in details once you have booked in.


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  1. by Elly on May 29, 2012 at 05:21 am

    This is such a wonderful idea for a class, Frans! Who doesn’t want to become a better teacher? And it’s certainly apparent that you have a true gift for teaching, inspiring your students, and taking them to new levels, even as you yourself continue to learn and to reach new levels. Thank you for offering this! My question is about the format of the recorded sessions, for those who can’t “tune in” via Skype or whatever for whatever reason. Are they in CD or DVD format? Can you play them on a regular CD or DVD player, like Bronwen’s Sounds True CDs, or are they only accessible via computer? Would we be able to see and hear you, or simply hear you? Enlightenment, please! Gassho, Elly

  2. by Bronwen Stiene on May 29, 2012 at 06:34 am

    Hi Elly,
    Thanks for the nice comments!
    The formats for all of our teleclasses (we always give recordings after them) are MP3s. This format is also used for the downloadable teachings and meditations on the site.
    The MP3s are downloaded onto your computer and can then be transferred to your ipod, your smart phone or burnt on a CD or DVD disc (but the disc player will need to be a recentish one that can play MP3s).
    Let me know if you have any other questions.

  3. by Elly on June 01, 2012 at 11:30 pm

    Hi Bronwen! Thanks so much for the clarification!

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