Why Small Businesses Matter in Bethel: River's Edge Reiki

Why Small Businesses Matter

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Why Small Businesses Matter puts a spotlight on the local merchants who donate their time, talent, goods, and services for the betterment of our community. The shop local movement spreads virally as local businesses who are “tagged” have the opportunity to share their story.

You're IT River's Edge Reiki!

Three questions with Lori Haggerty, owner of River's Edge Reiki.

Why did you start your business?

I was working in a high-stress environment for about 6 years. During that time I began to experience physical manifestations of my stress. I began training in alternative therapies to combat my stress and alleviate the medical issues I was developing. I trained in all levels of Reiki, began learning meditation techniques, studied craniosacral therapy and began my journey into Shamanic healing. I began an in-depth study of the mind-body connection and the effects of stress on our health. These methods helped tremendously and gave me the spiritual insight to understand that I needed to make a change in my career so that I could help others who were suffering as I was. Hence, the birth of River’s Edge Reiki.

Finish this sentence in regard to your business: I wish I could...

I wish I could tell everyone the importance of self-care... of de-stressing their lives and slowing down just enough to enjoy life and perhaps stave off illness.

Best selling product or service?

The services I offer are Reiki sessions, Shamanic Energy Healing, Past Life Regression, Intuitive Counseling and Aromatherapy. I have also just added PEMF therapy (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy) and ionic foot detox baths to my healing repertoire.

River's Edge Reiki is located at 25 Greenwood Ave, 2nd Floor, in Bethel. Visit them online here.

River's Edge Reiki tags Suzanne Genest of Effleurage & Ki.

HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!



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