JIn Shin Jyutsu means “the art of the creator through compassionate man” It can be used safely in conjunction with any other therapy or medications and can be used anywhere and at any time. It is the oldest form of acupressure & has been practiced in the East for over 5000 years.
Whilst recorded in the Kojiki, the book of ancient knowledge in Japan, the knowledge was passed down from generation to generation by word of mouth. The Art had fallen into relative obscurity when it was dramatically revived in the early 1900’s by Master Jiro Murai in Japan. The knowledge was brought to the West in 1954 by Mary Burmeister, a student of Jiro Murai, the founder of modern Jin Shin Jyutsu. It is now practiced all over the world and through her teachings, books and thousands of classes held around the world this awareness continues to grow.
Jin Shin Jyutsu uses 26 areas to release blockages and feed energy into our bodies. Holding these areas in specific combinations can bring balance to mind, body and spirit. Each treatment is totally individual.
I talk to you about any discomforts you may have, feel the pulses on both of your wrists and look at how your body is at rest. This gives to me the combination I need for your unique body.
Quite simply, Jin Shin Jyutsu is a way to balance our life energy and achieve optimum health. It shows us how to use hands-on sequences to restore emotional equilibrium, relieve pain and release the cause of both acute and chronic conditions. .Jin Shin Jyutsu is a healing art with a history of over 5,000 years and it . The healing art that those words represent is based upon our own natural, innate ability to harmonise ourselves. For thousands of years, ancient peoples used this awareness to heal both themselves and others.
Over times this awareness was all but forgotten until a Japanese sage named Jiro Murai rediscovered Jin Shin Jyutsu in the early part of the twentieth century. His 3 key students included Mary Burmeister (a Japanese American), her father and Haruki Kato. Mary Burmeister brought the art from Japan to America in 1954 Today, over 13,000 practice this art with the main office in Scotsdale, Arizona.