Nancy Spatz, MD
Nancy Spatz, MD, Reiki Master Teacher, graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 1990. Nancy's training continued at Beth Israel Hospital-Harvard Medical School, where she completed her Psychiatry training in 1994.
After witnessing the ongoing hardships that people experience with medical and emotional illness, Nancy found that the combination of her medical knowledge and Reiki practice helped people calm the mind, settle the body, and heal. Nancy's care for others became the impetus to get the word out so all of us can experience the benefits of Reiki self-practice.
Nancy has been involved in advocacy work for children for several decades. Early in her training, Nancy realized that childhood experiences shape children's ability to cope and advocate for themselves. After working with abused children, Nancy noticed how vulnerable and exposed children can be when they’ve suffered adverse childhood experiences. Nancy understood that for the children to feel safe and empowered, the adults around them must model stability and calm by practicing Reiki mind-body skills.
Dr. Spatz is the co-founder of Inspire Power Advocacy in Motion, a unique program that blends breathwork, meditation, Reiki practice, and martial arts for the purpose of cultivating self-awareness, strength and self-advocacy. Inspire Power classes and workshops introduce skills and practices for participants to build resilience and overall wellbeing. The goal of all Inspire Power classes is to increase awareness and focus, cultivate self-advocacy and autonomy, and develop strength and endurance.