Natural Pathways is excited to announce the rescheduled dates for the Takata Archives. Joyce Winough will visit us from May 21st-23rd. Three days of events including discussions of Reiki and the archives of Hawayo Takata and legacy of Phyllis Lei Furumoto, Reiki Share’s with discussion and focus on treatment of others, exploring questions and experiences, and finally a Second Degree Immersion on Sunday.
Times can be found on the Events page, and more information about the archives, and event information on our Takata Archives page. The weekend will be filled with stories, Reiki, and the continued growth of our shared tradition. Friday and Saturday is open to all Reiki practitioners. Sunday participants will need to be Second Degree practitioners
Here is a little about Joyce, and her journey in Reiki
“While living in Hawaii, I was initiated First Degree in 1988 by Helen Haberly then Second Degree in 1990. Committed to bring Reiki to the community, I have been organizing classes and offering treatments professionally since 1993. Initiated as a Master in 2002 by Phyllis Furumoto, I left Hawaii to travel and work with Phyllis in many countries for Reiki events, classes and retreats. As a Reiki Master for eighteen years, I teach in various communities as well as my home in Green Valley, Arizona, USA. I am active in The Reiki Alliance, an international organization of Reiki Masters dedicated to teaching Reiki in the tradition of Hawayo Takata and Phyllis L Furumoto. I am also a member of the Reiki Foundation International, UK Reiki Association, Japan Reiki Ryoho Gakkai, and am a licensed massage therapist in Hawaii and Arizona.
Since the death of my spouse Phyllis, in March 2019, I continue my Reiki journey of commitment to Usui Shiki Ryoho by teaching and sharing Reiki, gathering Phyllis’ archives, teaching and travelling with Johannes Reindl, preparing master candidates, as well as supporting students I have initiated. I nurture myself by walking, riding bicycle, cruising on my boat and listening to music.”