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Jin Shin Jyutsu
What is Jin Shin Jyutsu
Jin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient oriental Art of harmonizing life energy within the body by using the hands.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is said to predate both Moses and Buddha. It was rediscovered in the early 1900's by Master Jiro Murai. In the late 1940s Mary Burmeister, a Japanese American visiting post World War II Japan, met and began studying with Master Jiro Murai. He asked Mary to bring this "gift of life" to the Western world.
How does Jin Shin Jyutsu work?
Jin Shin Jyutsu works with a set of 26 points set along the body's energy pathways. These points are called Safety Energy Locks or SELs and are the locations on the body where energy has a tendancy to become stuck. When one of the body's energy pathways becomes blocked, the energy cannot flow and becomes stagnated. Although this energy block is localised, it has the potential to create imbalance along the whole length of the pathway.
A Jin Shin Jyutsu therapist will use both hands (referred to as "jumper cables") to hold a combination of SELs at the same time. The very gentleness and and simplicity of the process allows the client to relax, which enables the energy to flow unhindered again as the block is removed. As the SELs release and balance is restored, the client experiences physical, mental, and spiritual harmony.
What does Jin Shin Jyutsu treatment involve?
A Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions lasts 40 minutes to an hour. The number of sessions required depends on the individual.
After taking medical notes, the Jin Shin Jyutsu therapist will begin the therapy with listening to the pulse, which gives an indication of the general state of the client. The pulse will show the therapist where there are blockages of energy and indicate the specific energy points that need to be held in order to restore the harmonius flow.
The therapist will hold the specifically needed points until complete harmony of energy and pulsation is achieved.
What can Jin Shin Jyutsu help?
Pain relief, strained joints and muscles, respiratory problems, eating disorders, reproductive issues, emotional concerns and stress.