ICRT Reiki Membership Association
Code of Ethics

  1. Confidentiality: No information about the client will be disclosed to any third party without the written consent of the client or the parent or guardian if the client is under 18.
  2. Transparency: Include on your website and be willing to explain to prospective clients or students your training background, what takes place in a Reiki session, the subjects covered in your classes, the amount of time spent in sessions and classes and the fee charged.
  3. Integrity: Be honest in all your activities and communication.
  4. Support: Have a friendly, positive regard toward your clients and students and openly encourage them to heal and to do the best job possible with their Reiki practice and/or teaching program.
  5. Respect: Value your clients and students and treat them with respect. Never engage in any illegal or immoral activity with your clients or students. Never touch their genital area or breasts, never ask them to disrobe, and never make sexual comments, jokes or references. Abstain from the use of drugs or alcohol during all professional activities.
  6. Honor: Honor all Reiki practitioners and teachers regardless of lineage or organizational affiliation. Refrain from making negative statements about other Reiki practitioners or teachers.
  7. Educate: Inform your clients and students about the value of Reiki sessions and that they do not provide a cure and are not a substitute for care by a licensed health care provider.
  8. Refer: Acknowledge that Reiki works in conjunction with other forms of medical or psychological care. If a client or student has a medical or psychological condition, suggest, in addition to giving them Reiki treatments, they see a licensed health care provider.
  9. Non-Interference: Never diagnose medical or psychological conditions or prescribe medications. Never suggest that a client change or end dosages of substances prescribed by other licensed health care providers or suggest the client change prescribed treatment or interfere with the treatment of a licensed health care provider.
  10. Honesty: Never use another person’s copyrighted material in your classes, website or literature without permission and giving credit.
  11. Freedom: Encourage your students to use their own inner guidance in determining who to take classes from including the possibility of studying with more than one teacher.
  12. Professional Conduct: Always act in such a way so as to create and maintain a professional image for the practice of Reiki and for the ICRT Reiki Membership Association.
  13. Development: Be involved in the continuing process of healing yourself on all levels so as to fully express the essence of Reiki in all you do. Be in agreement with and working to fully express the Usui Ideals and the ICRT Center Philosophy.
  14. Gratitude: Be grateful for the gift of Reiki and for each client and student who chooses to come to you.

ICRT Reiki Membership Association
Standards of Practice

  1. Use ICRT manuals when teaching your classes. Supply one manual per student. Manuals must be purchased from www.reikiwebstore.com.
  2. Professional members, supply the RMA certificates for your students. See sample certificate.
  3. Reply to all Reiki related e-mail and voice mail in a timely way.
  4. Use a client information form and session documentation form in your Reiki sessions. (available on membership site)
  5. Create a safe, comfortable, harmonious space for your sessions and classes.
  6. All training and class attunements, Placements and Ignitions must be given in person.
  7. When teaching Reiki classes, use only the RMA Reiki symbols as drawn by Mrs. Takata for Reiki II and the Master symbols for ART/Master which are located in the ART/Master manual. No symbols are taught in Reiki I.
  8. Include time for lecture, discussion, demonstration, practice time and questions and answers in all your classes.
  9. Reiki I & II can be taught together (Hayashi style) or separately according to teacher preference.
  10. ART and Master can be taught together or separately according to teacher preference. However, for those teaching any Usui/Holy Fire ART/Master class, both need to be taught together as one class.
  11. Require that a student have practiced at the Reiki II level for a minimum of six months before taking ART or ART/Master.
  12. Use the RMA class outlines. Additional topics can be taught at teacher’s discretion.
  13. Minimum class times:
    Reiki I – 5 hours
    Reiki II – 5 hours
    Usui/Tibetan ART – 5 hours
    Usui/Tibetan Master – 10 hours
    Usui/Holy Fire ART/Master – 15 hours