Jin Shin Jyutsu: A Pro-Active Approach to Health and Wellbeing

If we can eat and drink what our bodies need, exercise regularly, manage stress and sleep well to aid recovery, then we are well on our way to helping the body maintain balance and harmony. However, how can we be more pro-active about our health and wellbeing, especially as we get older? In the film…

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How to Ease FEAR: False Evidence Appearing Real

In the Jin Shin Jyutsu self help classes we often talk about FEAR as False Evidence Appearing Real. In the early days when I started teaching, one of my friends brought to life ‘False Evidence Appearing Real’ with a lovely anecdote on which I have based the following story: Imagine you’re walking down a dark alley.…

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Jin Shin Jyutsu: An Innate Wisdom

I often see people in a ‘perfect’ Jin Shin Jyutsu self help position (meaning they’ve placed their hands on energy sites on their bodies), even though they’ve probably never heard of this ancient healing art before in their lives. How can this be? Jin Shin Jyutsu is an innate wisdom that we all tap into…

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JSJ Relationship Fingers, Energy Sites and Attitudes

Even if we’ve never heard of the ancient art of Jin Shin Jyutsu, we most often naturally place our hands unconsciously on our body when we need help in a certain area. Isn’t it therefore great to consciously KNOW where to put our hands to HELP MYSELF? This is a quick summary of the relationship…

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Jin Shin Jyutsu Self Help: Harmonising Attitudes

There are five Attitudes: Worry, Fear, Anger, Grief and Pretense.  Each finger corresponds to an attitude, so you can harmonise Worry by holding the Thumb, Fear by holding the Index Finger, Anger by holding the Middle Finger, Grief by Holding the Ring Finger and Pretense by holding the Little Finger. You don’t hold your thumb…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu How To – The Pulse

Question: How does a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner choose which FLOW to use for the treatment? Answer: Before the treatment, the JSJ practitioner listens to the PULSE. The pulse has all the information about the needs at that moment of the person receiving the treatment. Question: How does one listen to the pulse? Answer: The…

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