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Reiki Second Degree

Reiki Second Degree Training explores powerful and potent Reiki symbols which manipulate energetic flows: Symbols of focus; dissolution & severance. Ultimately, the symbols are methods to focus the mind with specific energy patterns. Depending on the intention, the practitioner works with the cosmic consciousness by directing specific energy patterns to create balance toward any particular space or subject.


Crystals are the manifested form of Earth’s focused energy, and they could be used as aid during the session. During the training, we will discuss certain crystals’ usage and properties, as well as usage of water & fire elements. We will also compound the knowledge of self-healing, and begin to explore other subjects.


We will teach you the responsibility of navigating this potent process. It is important to know the deeper aspects of protection, self purification and inclusivity in the practice.

To enrol in Reiki Second Degree, you must practice daily Reiki on yourself for 42 consecutive days, and integrated as a conscious part of your daily life.


Reiki Second & Third Degree should not be treated as knowledge, but as an experience of inclusion. If Reiki energy has not yet been felt in your life, the advancement is not advisable. Please email if you have any questions regarding your Reiki journey.

    The Fundamentals of Yoga guides each student on a journey of inner exploration and outer expression. Deepening one’s understanding of the fundamentals helps expand one’s personal practice on the mat and enriches its relevance in daily living off the mat. The curriculum includes: Consistent study of asana, including: general form, energy flows, breath integration and anatomical nuances of postures Comprehensive study of INYE’s Level 1 Syllabus, which includes 27 principal postures Pranayama (breath practice) Meditation Human anatomy and its functional relationship to asana Fundamental posture modifications and adjustments Applied study through INYE’s Postural workbook assignments and study materials Upon completion of the Fundamentals of Yoga, the student can expect an enriched understanding of a mindful practice that optimally supports the needs of the body. Trainees will experience the profound benefits of a pranayama and meditation practices, and possess in-depth biomechanical knowledge of basic postures.
    This section of the program will: Trace the roots of yoga: The Vedas and Upanishads Examine early yoga teachings and primary source scriptures, including the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and The Bhagavad Gita Define yoga and why we practice Review the 5 major ‘schools’ of yoga philosophy and practice and how they are relevant today. Introduce pranayama and meditation as part of Hatha yoga’s history Incorporate pranayam and meditation into current practice Cultivate the ability to offer pranayam and meditation to others
    The study and application of philosophy and practice continues with: A dedicated focus on Raja Yoga and meditation The contemporary practice of Karma Yoga Methodologies and tools for meditation and breath work Specific skills for teaching pranayam and meditation in a yoga class setting.
    Ayurveda translates as Life Wisdom. You will determine your body constitution, and learn how to prescribe diet and Yogasana to bring balance to the system.
    The study of yoga anatomy is vital to understanding and capably teaching the structure of asana and healthy, life-long practice. This unit includes: Mapping the Body: Terms of Movement, Planes of the Body, The Skeleton Key Features of Stretching & Strengthening The Elegance of the Spine: Structure (muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons etc.), Function, Normal Range of Motion (ROM), Common Pathologies Ball & Socket Joints: The Shoulder: Structure (muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons etc.), Function & Normal ROM Ball & Socket Joints: The Hip: Structure (muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons etc.), Function & Normal ROM The Hinge Joints: Powerful yet Vulnerable – the Knee: Structure (muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons etc.), , Function & Normal ROM The Hinge Joints: The Elbow: Structure (muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons etc.), Function & Normal ROM Breath is Life: The Respiratory System: Mechanics of Breathing, Chemical Aspects of Breathing Heartbeat: The Cardiovascular System: The Mechanics of Moving the Blood, Function and Normal Measurements The Nervous System: Form & Function, The Autonomic Nervous System: Fight Flight & Rest Digest
    Learn how to apply your knowledge of philosophy, anatomy, asana, meditation and pranayama into teaching skillful, inspiring and intelligent classes. This includes understanding how to sequence a class, whether structuring a philosophically-themed or anatomically-focused class. Through discussion and peer teaching, you will learn to adapt your teaching style as needed to support and serve groups and individual students. You will learn to: Communicate clearly and effectively Perceive and appreciate your students and understand their needs Apply effective hands-on adjustments Modify postures to accommodate diverse needs and skill levels Hold the auspicious seat of the teacher Use props effectively to support students Demonstrate postures concisely and powerfully
    To hone your skills and increase knowledge and confidence, teacher trainees are invited to observe and assist in certain classes at INYE Yoga.
    Embodying the practice is a vital component of skillful teaching, and students will practice together to refine asana and pranayam. Daily meditation is encouraged. In addition and as a demonstration of their commitment to deep study, teacher trainees are expected to attend additional classes (minimum of one per week) at INYE Yoga during the program.
    Science of Yoga: Understand the Anatomy and Physiology to Perfect Your Practice, by Ann Swanson One Without A Second: The Seeds of Yoga Philosophy from Root to Sprout, by Hali Schwartz


Training group meets on one Sunday afternoon.



Next Training Date:



Sunday 12PM - 7:30PM



$350 +hst (member receive 10% off)

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New date will be announced once determined


  • Reiki Manual

  • Reiki Level Two Certificate


To qualify for registration, you MUST be an avid practitioner of Reiki First Degree for self healing & protection for at least 42 days (1 mandala), and/or it has become a conscious part of your daily life.


If you have any questions regarding Reiki Second Degree Level Training, please contact us by email or call (905) 829-3443



Eddee is the studio director of Inye Yoga. His invitation to all students is to experience and deepen their connections to the physical, energetic, mental, and the subtle bodies through Yoga. Whether it is through Hatha asana, pranayama, meditation, hypnotherapy or reiki, as long as one is willing to step across the open door of awareness, he would provide guidance to aid their journey.

Eddee's main Hatha Yoga principle for deep integrated work is patience. He strives to bring flexibility and mobility back to the spine, to grow tall and move with freedom, and to re-introduce natural alignment back to the body. His practices are conducted gracefully and methodically, and he invites the students to re-discover their physical and mental boundaries while exploring their unique path. Move and discover, that's how we grow and evolve.


Eddee is a certified E-RYT200 teacher, certified Reiki Master, and a clinical hypnotherapist. He aims to provide judgement free practices & a sacred space for every practitioners.

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