Helps with stress, anxiety and mental health issues
Helps with headaches and migraines
Helps with pain relief
Helps with injury recovery
Helps with insomnia
Supports digestive health
Enhances overall sense of wellbeing
Jin Shin Jyutsu ® (Ancient art of energy healing)
JIN - Man of Knowing and Compassion
SHIN – Creator
JYUTSU – Art
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a gentle, hands-on therapy which helps to balance the body’s natural energy pathways, facilitating healing, and restoring the body to a more harmonious state of being. It can assist with the relief of pain, stress, anxiety, nausea, and other uncomfortable physical and emotional symptoms we might experience, and is a valuable complement to conventional healing methods.
It is an ancient Japanese practice which helps to release tension and disperse any stagnation or blockages caused by the internal and external stressors of daily life such as unhealthy habits, overwhelming emotions, exposure to toxic elements, illnesses or injuries which may accumulate over time. These can have adverse effects on the natural flow of our energy, and therefore on our health.
In a typical Jin Shin Jyutsu session, the practitioner begins by “listening” to the energetic pulses in the wrist area. These pulses reveal information about the current state of the body’s energy system and help pinpoint any areas of stress or disharmony. During the treatment, the practitioner gently holds specific areas on the body called “safety energy locks” (similar to acupressure points) in various combinations of hand placements known as “flows.” These flows help unblock the pathways, restoring the body to a state of harmony.
The practitioner may also suggest self-help techniques between sessions to help continue improvement.
According to ancient written records, which remain in theArchives of the Imperial Palace in Japan, Jin Shin Jyutsu was widely known and practiced before the birth of Gautama (Buddha), before the birth of Moses and before the Kojiki (Record of Ancient Things- Japan, A.D. 712), and is to this day considered a beautiful ‘Art of Living’ and our rightful inheritance as humans.
Master Jiro Murai rediscovered Jin Shin Jyutsu early in the 20th century, and his student, Mary Burmeister, brought the ‘Art’ from Japan to America in the 1950's.
Mary Burmeister, the foremost teacher of the Art, said:
“It is simply the GETTING to KNOW (help) MYSELF.”