Meet our Reiki practitioner, Hope Tarr! Hope holds a Master’s in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Education and has twenty years of experience as an advanced Reiki Practitioner Okuden (Third Degree) in the Usui System of Reiki. She is passionate about her Reiki practice, which she sees as the missing link in many people’s selfcare.
Hope’s Park Ave Schedule:
- Tuesdays: 3:15pm – 9:00pm
- Thursdays: 3:15pm – 9:00pm
- Sundays: 3:15pm – 9:00pm
What does wellness mean to you?
The adage that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” rings as true today as it ever did. I believe wholeheartedly that wellness is achieved through a proactive balancing of body, mind and soul. A holistic form of energy healing, Reiki helps restore balance by going to the root cause of the problem whether it’s manifesting physically – perhaps as a pulled muscle – or emotionally, namely the all too common sense of being stressed out or overwhelmed.
Why did you get into Reiki?
24/7 news cycles and intense social media scrutiny – in our daily lives, we’re bombarded with the energetic equivalent of white noise. Now more than ever before, it’s so very important to take time out and unplug from the mayhem. I was attracted to Reiki because I wanted to bring greater peace and balance into my life and the lives of my clients. I love partnering with people and helping them to set their cares aside and unwind for an hour. The biggest compliment I can receive from clients is for them to fall asleep on my table.
What is currently your favorite treatment at Oasis and why?
I initially came to Oasis as a client. Over the last few years, I’ve sampled most of the services on offer. My current favorite is the 60-minute Elemis Biotec Ferm-A-Lift Facial with Sandra. The results are immediate – my skin looks tighter and better hydrated and my complexion brighter. And I especially love that the treatment technology helps build collagen – an alternative to pricey and painful Botox. The session just feels so decadent and delicious and relaxing. It’s my turn to fall asleep on the treatment table.