Energy Medicine


Each restorative 60 minute session is tailored to the individual needs of the client, combining multiple energy healing modalities and Olivia's intuitive guidance with the intention of addressing the current healing priorities for your highest good. The goal of energy medicine is to help remove energies from one's space which are not theirs, and begin the process of letting go of what no longer serves. This expansiveness creates the space for what does serve us and what will help to propel our forward momentum.

Sliding Scale

Everyone deserves access to healing! Olivia's own experience with sliding scale has been so helpful for her mental and physical health, paying it forward is a must. If you are in financial need and you feel drawn to work with Olivia, then it is asked that at least 50% of the standard $95 fee is payed for Energy Work sessions. How much more beyond that level, is up to the client and their own knowledge of their financial circumstances + relative privilege. Acupuncturist Chiara Galimberti has a very useful set of infographics to help assess oneself in terms of accessing sliding scale.


"Olivia has a beautiful soul that feels ancient and wise, very earthy. The Reiki sessions I've had with her have been amazing, uplifting, revitalizing and always exactly what I needed. She brings through an energy that makes me feel alert and peaceful, all at the same time. I look forward to future sessions." Jilly - West Seattle

"Olivia's ability to utilize her own life force to work with my energy flow is amazing. Her energy work is helping to balance my overall energy, body and mind, which has been an eye-opener. Energy work during our current world of unease and stress is healing for me - I definitely would recommend Olivia's energy work to anyone looking to improve on their overall wellness. Thank you, Olivia!" Vicki -West Seattle

In Honor of Mrs. Takata

With so much gratitude to my Reiki lineage, 10% of my Energy Work proceeds are donated quarterly to Northwest Nikkei Museum - Japanese American Cultural and Community Center of Washington, in honor of Mrs. Takata.

Her contributions of bringing Reiki from Japan to the West in 1938 has facilitating healing access to millions of people. Practicing and teaching Reiki until her passing in 1980, her own determination for healing has positively influenced so many. Through her, I am grateful to have had access in my own neighborhood to be attuned to this healing modality.

Further Reading:

Although energy work is not taught in the dominate paradigm, it is becoming more and more researched and excepted as an effective complimentary healing modality.

Making Reiki Real by Kathie Lipinski RN, MSN, RMT from the International Association of Reiki Professionals for further understanding

A Large-Scale Effectiveness Trial of Reiki for Physical and

Psychological Health Natalie L. Dyer, Ann L. Baldwin, and William L. Rand.The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. Dec 2019

Please Note: Reiki is meant to be used as a complement to traditional care or stress reducing tool. It is not a substitute for qualified medical care.