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Jin Shin Jyutsu/Jin Shin TARA


Jin Shin Jyutsu/Jin Shin TARA

Practitioners practicing any of the group of Jin Shin therapies

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Latest Activity: Jan 10, 2011

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Compare styles of Jin Shin 3 Replies

Started by Amy Erez Last reply by Amy Erez Oct 15, 2009.

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Comment by Richard Davenport on March 11, 2010 at 10:05am
I need some help. What is the best kata to treat Gall Stone and the meridian?

Thanks for the comments.
Comment by Deborah E-Platt on January 19, 2010 at 10:26am
I let people know right up front in my business name, brochure & posters, as well as on the website, that I provide integrated therapies, incorporating Deep Tissue, Swedish, Reflexology, & Hot Stone, as well as Energetic Healing.

While the bulk of my client base does come in for massage, once I explain the benefits of the Jin Shin Jyutsu energetic work many of them are interested in it.

When starting a session I generally work on head, neck, shoulders, arms then the feet & legs. Before having them turn over for the back work I will usually do at least 15 minutes of JSJ. This allows them to get even more deeply relaxed, while balancing out the mental/emotional, as well as physical levels in ways that bodywork alone simply doesn't do on it's own.
Comment by Pam Ferriter-Aarli on January 19, 2010 at 9:43am
I've been working on integrating my two techniques and have found that educating the client before hand is much better than trying to work it in. Thank you so much for the advice and the example of how to bring up the topic and I'm sorry that it has taken months to respond
Comment by Pam Ferriter-Aarli on October 23, 2009 at 9:02am
I'm still trying to blend massage and Jin Shin Do. I love the potential of both of them but one of them is movement and the other is traditionally holding a pair of points and I think that my clients expect movement.
Comment by Valerie & Edeltraud Muroki on October 22, 2009 at 2:46pm
Massages feel good, but I've noticed through the years that a deeper, longer lasting sense of relaxation and opening up of blocked energy areas are more profound with energy work on the meridians. The two together would be a wonderful combo for healing in the long term.
Comment by Pam Ferriter-Aarli on October 20, 2009 at 1:09pm
Hi Amy.I've been in Jin Shin Do for about a year and am about thru with advanced. I started it just before I started massage school. I love the potential that it has for a client
Comment by Valerie & Edeltraud Muroki on August 15, 2009 at 8:11pm
I'd love to hear from the members of this group (I know Nichola from when I lived in Hawaii)... What do you do in your practice?
Comment by Valerie & Edeltraud Muroki on July 6, 2009 at 11:17pm
The more I use Jin Shin (from The TARA Approach) on myself and others, the more delighted I am in the possibilities for tuning the body like an instrument. And, just as with a violin or guitar, you've got to tune it every time you pick it up to play. As with any fine instrument, the body seems to just get better with time!

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