Jin Shin Jyutsu, Ancient Art, Timeless Healing
Jin Shin Jyutsu physio-philosophy is an ancient art of harmonising life energy in the body. Born of innate wisdom and passed down from generation to generation, the art had fallen into obscurity, when it was revived in the early 1900’s by Master Jiro Murai in Japan.
After clearing himself of a terminal illness, Master Murai devoted the rest of his life to the research and development of Jin Shin Jyutsu, studying the Kojiki (Record of Ancient Things) written in 712 A.D. and carrying out numerous experiments.
Mary Burmeister, a student of Master Murai’s, began teaching the Art in America and the Western world in the 1960’s.
Jin Shin Jyutsu uses 26 Safety Energy Locks which are located along the energy pathways that feed life into our bodies. When one or more of the paths becomes blocked, the resulting stagnation can disrupt the local area, and if left untreated can eventually cause discomfort, pain or illness in the entire body.
Jin Shin Jyutsu can be applied as self-help and also by a trained practitioner. A session lasts about an hour. The client remains clothed. The practitioner places his hands on the client’s Safety Energy Locks in various combinations to harmonise the energy flow paths and restore balance to mind, body and spirit.
The Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu is simple yet powerful, enabling us to know and help ourselves and others and promote health, healing and well-being.
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