The Healing Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu

Sep 10, 2020

The Healing Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu

The Healing Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu

The Healing Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu

The body contains energy pathways that feed life into all of the cells. When one or more of these pathways become blocked, the effect can lead to discomfort, pain, illness and injury. Jin Shin Jyutsu (pronounced Gin Shin Jitsu) a Japanese form of acupressure, helps release the tensions that cause these various physical symptoms. By gently applying the hands to a clients’ fully clothed body, Jin Shin Jyutsu re-harmonizes and balances the energy flows. This aids in healing, promotes optimal health and helps the client to feel better. The practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu naturally addresses any latent emotions which could be hindering physical healing.

Self-care is a beautiful piece of Jin Shin Jyutsu. By developing an awareness of the life force within yourself, you can learn to harmonize your mind, body & spirit. Your hands are your jumper cables and by holding your fingers, toes or utilizing simple flows you can easily become more responsible and engaged in maintaining your own health, balance and happiness. For example, if you have a stomach-ache or are overcome by worry hold your thumb and breathe deeply. Both symptoms will melt away.

This article was written by Beth Lendrum, Holistic Health Counselor, Jin Shin Jyutsu Practitioner



Beth Lendrum has studied many different healing modalities in her journey to help others. These modalities include Reiki I, Eastern nutrition, Chinese Medicine, Massage Therapy, essential oils and Jin Shin Jyutsu. Once she discovered Jin Shin Jyutsu in 2004, she knew that practicing this was her calling. She studied Eastern nutrition and Chinese Medicine in a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Beijing China. In 2007, she travelled to Japan to study with the last living Jin Shin Jyutsu master. Beth lives in El Dorado Hills with her husband, 2 children and her healing miniature poodle, Cisco. Beth has a practice in El Dorado Hills and Roseville.

Beth Lendrum is not affliated with the Spine & Nerve Diagnostic Center but has helped treat patients referred to her by the providers at Spine & Nerve Diagnostic Center.

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