Jin Shin Jyutsu
Perhaps you feel excessively tired, achy, overwhelmed, unable to focus – even sleeping does not provide relief. Most of all, you seem to have lost touch with yourself; you resent medication, acupuncture, don’t want to talk…actually, you only want to be left alone while, at the same time, you are craving for the magic switch that puts you back on track.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is not a healing technique – literally translated it means ‘The Art of the Creator through a Person of Compassion’. Although being based on TCM, the Five Elements and aspects of Kinesiology, Jin Shin Jyutsu follows a different approach of therapy.
Instead of concentrating on the healing of specific symptoms, it aims to eliminate dis-harmonic patterns on the deepest level facilitating gentle developments and changes that often produce astonishing results.
Treatment involves loose touch of both hands on specific points on the (dressed) body. The healing art works to bring into balance the twenty-six “safety energy locks” that run through the energy pathway down center of the front of the body and back up the spine.
Reading pulses throughout the body, a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner is able to restore balance to the body by unblocking points of stagnant energy.
Jin Shin Jyutsu can also be self administered, allowing one to recognise the wisdom of the body and what it needs to heal itself.
The result is a profound sense of peace and balance – physically and emotionally which should be further manifested by follow-up treatments.
Illnesses or pain (physical or emotional) are not considered a ‘problem’ in Jin Shin Jyutsu, but called a ‘project’ which indicates the self responsible involvement of the client to actively take part in his own healing journey.
Request details about in Shin Jyutsu here. Within the first consultation, all aspects of ‘un-wellness’ will be addressed. Like most Asian healing modalities, Jin Shin Jyutsu works to harmonise, not just the body, but the mind and spirit as well.
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