I understand how it is to hate a job. Years ago, I was most unhappy when working a job that I hated. When I decided to pursue my dream of starting a lightworker business, it was scary, but as I achieved more success, I felt a sense of freedom. If you are a Reiki practitioner trying to figure out how to turn your passion into a profitable business, here are some ways to find Reiki jobs.
Reiki practitioners looking for ways to turn their service into a stream of income have many sources for finding Reiki jobs. Naturally, you can find opportunities through local metaphysical centers. You can also create your own opportunities by marketing your Reiki services. But there are ways to find jobs that have already been identified.
Before you start looking for Reiki jobs, make sure you’re prepared. Also, expect to be successful. Our thoughts and expectations craft our experiences so focus your thoughts and energy on growing a thriving Reiki business. Act as if you already have a thriving Reiki practice. That might mean ensuring you have the proper equipment you need such as a portable Reiki massage table.
Go to where the needs are. More and more hospitals use the services of Reiki practitioners. Check with your local hospital to see if they offer Reiki. If they do, contact the department that handles it and offer your services.
Look beyond hospitals for Reiki jobs
Hospitals aren’t the only healthcare providers you should check with. There are so many smaller health centers. Do a search of health centers in your region and contact each one. Create a letter of introduction that explains your services and how you can help them to create a more effective healing environment for their patients. Here are some places to target:
Places where the metaphysical community meets. The people most likely to use your services are metaphysical people who are already familiar with Reiki. Perhaps you and a local yoga practitioner can agree to send clients to each other. Also check out local metaphysical centers and stores. Ask if you can leave a flyer up to promote your services.
Progressive-minded companies. Many companies offer Reiki services to employees as a perk. They may invite Reiki practitioners in once a month to give employees the chance to benefit. Do some research and locate companies in your area that have flexible benefits. Companies that sell a holistic service or those that cater to millennials may be more likely to offer Reiki services to employees. Cast a wide net and you may be surprised.
Don’t forget traditional job sources
Try the classifieds. Don’t forget about CraigsList, online job boards and the classified section of your local newspaper. With Reiki going mainstream and being offered in so many hospitals and clinical settings, healthcare organizations want to remain competitive. Many want to add or increase their Reiki offerings to their patients. Position yourself to take advantage of that.
Join an association. One of the best investments you can make in your Reiki business is to join an association that will do much of the legwork for you. What if someone advertised for you, helped you to promote your services to clients and provided you with marketing tips and other guidance? You can have all of that with the Reiki Healing Association, which can provide support and help you find Reiki jobs near you.
The Association will provide practical advice from other Reiki business owners and help you with marketing. It can also provide you with discounted insurance. Having a supportive community can make a huge difference in your success.