ProReiki – der Berufsverband (En)


Reiki  Association for professionals.

Organisation type

Registered association (e.V.) and recognised professional association.


In 2010, six Reiki practitioners met at Angela Zellner’s home in Allgäu and initiated the idea of a professional association. Within a year, the enthusiasm in the German Reiki community grew. More and more interested people joined the foundation in regular meetings.

ProReiki – the professional association was founded on 4 July 2011 after the Reiki Convention at Gut Hübenthal, near Göttingen. The association is based in Gersfeld in the Rhön.

From the beginning, many different Reiki styles were represented. This diversity is the great strength of the Association.

Goals and projects

ProReiki is the professional association for professional practitioners and Reiki Masters/Teachers who

  • practise Reiki as their main or secondary profession,
  • work with binding standards of quality and conduct,
  • commit themselves to the diversity of Reiki with common values.

ProReiki is the point of contact around Reiki for the interested public as well as for state institutions and health care organisations.

ProReiki is the service provider for

  • the high-quality and equal training and further education of our members,
  • the recognition of Reiki as a measure for health prevention, health care and the support of healing processes,

the representation and promotion of the interests of our individual members.


We accept all Reiki practitioners who can imagine working professionally with Reiki in the future and we accept all professionals.

Condition for admission is proof of having participated in a Reiki course according to Mikao Usui.



Adress: ProReiki – der Berufsverband e. V.

Internationnal Phone number:
0049 –30 – 89 72 60 58

Mail address:


Commitment to ERG

2023  Presidency, Media

Representatives to ERG

1st representant: Angela Zellner

2nd representant:  Chinta B. Strubin


Rules & regulation

Code of Ethics:


Rules of procedure:  


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