Rei Perovic (pronounced Ray Perovich) is a certified Reiki Master Teacher from Japan in NYC. Rei completed Reiki 1, 2 and Master training with 70-hour outside practicum with Michelle Shinagawa. Rei continued to study with Geordie Numata as his first Reiki Master Teacher apprentice with the emphasis on enlightenment. Rei volunteers her Reiki service at Harm Reduction Educators in Lower East Side and East Harlem on a weekly basis, helping people with a history of drug addiction, HIV positive, mental illness in LGBT and/or homeless communities. Rei practices self-care and meditation daily and is committed to a lifetime of learning.

Her mission is to support people with a self-rediscovery journey in finding the light again in them and beyond. The light that guides their path even when it seems dark. The light that fuels their passion. And the light that sheds on the possibilities that they didn’t know existed. 

In addition to participating and taking various classes and workshops, Rei is currently in training to be an Internationally Certified Life Coach with the Coaching for Transformation program at the New York Open Center. Rei is also a translator of the book, Sushi Chef: Sukiyabashi Jiro by Shinzo Satomi published by Vertical, Inc, from Japanese to English. She’s the Founder of Gem Seven Studio, helping small businesses create effective marketing strategies and materials, so they can focus on what they do best and create a ripple effect.

When practicing Reiki at home, she has a powerful purring feline partner named Zoe and a sweet Pit Bull companion named Prince, who spreads right next to the massage table and snores blissfully. Rei’s dedication to animals leads to giving them Reiki on a regular basis. She’s also a member of the animal rescue team at the Distant Healing Network.

Continue to read about Rei's personal story here.

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Reiki System of Natural Healing is a non-invasive, gentle, yet powerful method of healing technique. It never causes harm. Reiki practice is not a cure for a disease. It does not replace medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, but is a great complement to both traditional and alternative medicine. Reiki is widely practiced in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Reiki treatment is not a religious practice. It’s not a massage, either. So what is it? Please check out my Why Reiki? page or FAQs page to learn more. I’m here to help, feel free to email me at [email protected] or text or call at 347.509.6455 with any questions.