John Crundall began teaching Reiki in 1991, in partnership with his beloved wife and spiritual teacher, Denise Crundall, who had been traveling across Australia and in California teaching and administering to people with terminal illness. Denise invited John to teach with her as the Reiki expanded into the wider community, to join her on the journey and to help her to train teachers and to work with Volunteers.

Usui Reiki Center

P.O. Box 41606, Santa Barbara, CA 93140-1606

Phone and Fax: (877) 814.6895

Email: SantaBarbara@UsuiReikiCenter.org

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The Usui Reiki Center is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Volunteer Organization,

  funded 100% by annual dues and donations from its members and supporters.

We are committed to honoring the original teachings of Reiki (see our Lineage) and upholding its integrity. It is our intent to do this by providing Reiki & comprehensive courses to enhance healing universally.

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John Crundall

Our Reiki Master and Friend

Together they inspired people around the world: teaching in Australia, Canada, USA, Germany, Russia, Austria and Thailand.

 

In 1991, Denise and John established the Usui Reiki Centre in Melbourne; a healing center which is run entirely by volunteers and funded by donations. To date, more than 30,000 people have received Reiki from the Reiki Centre in Melbourne.

 

After Denise’s death in June 2002, John continues this work and teaches worldwide. Together with Reiki Master Ellen Rose, they faithfully follow the pattern of Reiki teaching brought to Australia by Beth Gray in 1983 and enriched with Denise’s understanding. Classes are dynamic, fun and full of healing, joy, and self discovery.

 

John and Ellen’s warmth, wit and wisdom make them gentle and powerful teachers. Their Love for Reiki and this lineage inspire all who step into the energy of Reiki to heal themselves and discover their own spirituality.

 

Click here for John Crundall’s interview “Healing with Love” with Yvonne Nicholas, journalist from Australian newspaper, The Age, published April 21, 2007.

 

 

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