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Posted - February 14 2011 :  04:41:33 AM  Show Profile  Visit Manny's Homepage  Reply with Quote
At a glance, it would seem there are few reasons a reiki practitioners would ever need to worry about liability insurance. Frequently, professionals who practice this form of energy work do not even lay hands on the skin of their clients. If they do, it is typically quite lightly. The need for reiki liability insurance, however, is not so much about the danger of harming a client in session. It is more about practicing good business principles and securing the protection you need to practice with the utmost peace of mind.

The fact that many states and regions, as well as spas and other places of employment, actually require reiki practitioners to carry liability insurance should be your first clue the importance of enrolling for this protection. Similar to the insurance you are legally required to carry in order to drive your car, reiki liability insurance is there to cover you in the case of an accident or other unexpected occurrence. For starters, there is general liability coverage, which is there to provide protection in case a client slips, trips or falls on your property, whether due to ice in your parking lot or a loose rug in the hallway. This trip and fall coverage is one of the best reasons to enroll for reiki liability insurance, for you can never control for all possible outcomes on your property.

You can have the peace of mind that comes with a solid reiki liability insurance program. After all, when it comes to providing clients with the healing benefits of reiki, a calm and clear mind can be a crucial component of successful sessions.

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