The Reiki Empowerment Group : Homepage of a Reiki group in Kansas. Detailed information and history. Links, books, healing board.
Phyllis Furumoto's Page : At the moment, contains only an email link and her letter to Reiki Masters about how she wishes to reoganise the Reiki Alliance.
Reiki, Alive Energy : Homepage of Jane-Anne Narrin. Primarily an ad for her book, it contains exerpts that offer good, clear, and concise information about Reiki. Also links and other books.
Reiki Healing Energy : Homepage of Nancy Ging, who runs a mailing list for those who would like to correspond with others about Reiki. Good FAQ, links, and a section of personal experiences with Reiki that is worth reading.
The Reiki Page : Homepage of David Herron, it has an inspiring essay on how Reiki can be applied to world healing, as well as good information for those who want information on what Reiki is and how it works. A directory of Reiki practitioners that is truly global.
The Center for Reiki Training : Homepage of William Rand. Truly huge page including FAQ, exhaustive links, a page for the Reiki Global Healing Network, and back copies of the Center's Newsletter which include some useful and interesting articles.
Healing Request Page : A place for those in need of healing to request distance Reiki. Includes a wonderful paragraph saying that although healing through this network is free, you can return the good energy to the earth by doing a good deed, planting a tree, etc.
Light and Adonea's Reiki Pages : A wonderful, comprehensive site offering basic information, a bulletin board, a chat room, some wonderful articles, a great listing of resources, and all the charm of two people who really personify the love of Reiki.
Earlene Gleisner's Reiki Page : Earlene is an RN who has written two books: one about living Reiki and one about Reiki's role in health care. Excerpts are available for reading. This site also has books and jewelry for sale.
Reiki-do : A page-in-progress, it includes a gallery of non-Traditional healing symbols received by Reiki healers, and a 24-hour chat-room for those whose computers will support it.
Traditional Japanese Reiki : The homepage of Dave King and Melissa Riggall, who went to Japan to search out those who followed the Reiki tradition as it was taught there by the students of Usui and Hayashi. Very interesting reading that expands one's vision beyond the tradition taught by Takata here in the west.
The Reiki Threshold : Homepage of Rick Rivard, who has studied several traditions of Reiki (including Rand, Terra-Mai, and Traditional Japanese Reiki) and provides fresh perspectives on Reiki and its history.
Also, check out:
a newsgroup that exchanges debate and information about Reiki
a mailing list for ongoing exchange of information and opinion. Subscription information can be found at the Reiki Healing Energy Site.
The Center for Reiki Training offers weekly chats about Reiki in IRC.
Any of these resources may help you to find Reiki Masters or groups in your area.