Ikuko

Born in 1973 and raised in Japan. I recieved my B.A in Policy Mgt

with focus on environmental education. While in Japan, I was intro-

duced to Native American culture and it changed my life. I quit my

job and came to the U.S in 2000.

While majoring in Parks and Recreation Mgt, I visited Hopi Reserva-

tions and lived several summers at Cheyenne River Reservation.

I participated in ceremonies and native teachings, and worked as a

camp counselor for the Sioux YMCA summer camp. I also was an

interpretive ranger on Grand Canyon National Park, explaining the

relationship between Nature and Man and helping environmental education programs for children.

Around that time, I met Reiki. I felt so natural when I met Reiki that I did not have any doubt or hesitation to learn it right away.

After getting the Bachelor's degree, I went to massage school and got a license. I enjoyed my career as a massage/reiki therapist at Miiamo Spa at Enchantment Resort in Sedona, AZ for a while and started my own practice and did healing work for 20 years.

Also a (Native American) pipe carrier, and a mother of 16 year boy.

Now I've moved to Cottonwood,AZ and now have my own practice again. My enthusiasm for "listening" never end. Listening to your body and being a interpreter between you and your body in many levels, and letting healings happen...thank you for letting me serve you. 

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NCBTMB(National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork)  

       Certified #41531-00   Dec 2004  -current

Arizona State License MT-09568   May 2007 - current

Colorado State License MT-0020574   August 2017 - current

Sekhem-Seichim Reiki Teacher, Certified in Sedona,AZ  August 2004 - current

Jikiden Reiki practitioner, Certified in Kyoto, Japan  April 2009 - current

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Certified    November 2019