Reiki Level 3: The Third Degree (Shinpiden) & Reiki Master

In many courses, the Third Degree and Reiki Master are the same designation. However, some teachers separate Level 3 from Reiki Master. The Reiki Master Level is traditionally considered the teacher's level, and masters can attune new reiki practitioners. However, many receive the master attunement along with the corresponding symbol, yet do not feel comfortable or practiced in properly attuning others—hence the distinction between Third Degree and Reiki Master.

I offer both a Reiki Level 3 Program and a Reiki Master Program packed with quality and effective training because everyone has different aspirations and direction as to what they want out of their energy healing training and personal practice.

Stacie Bannon

I teach the Reiki Level 3 and the Reiki Master class after you have completed Reiki Usui 1 and 2. You will utilize what you learned in Reiki 1 and 2 by practicing the art of reiki on yourself, others, and/or pets each week. You will get used to the energy and become proficient before moving to the next level. Also, due to the intensity of a genuine attunement process, it is beneficial for you that at least three to six months pass (or a full season) between receiving the Level 2 attunement before going to Reiki Level 3 and the Reiki Master Program.

Enjoy your energy healing learning journey. Try not to rush it, getting little out of it down the road. It can be an unnecessary emotional, mental, and energetic overload to "learn" the 3 levels in a weekend or two.

Your Spiritual journey is a step-by-step beautiful evolution that builds over time.  Just like every other important thing you have achieved in life.

The only goal I have is for the students I work with is to become the best and happiest healer they can. You can take my Reiki Level 3 Program and/or the Reiki Master Program in the Spring. I would love to see you there!

"One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular." - Tony Robbins