Jin Shin Methods, Forms, Points / Meridians & Energy Flows
Jin Shin balances the body's energy by applying pressure to specific acupressure points, the same points used in Acupuncture, to release tension and increase circulation. The Jin Shin method of holding acupressure points can relieve pain and common ailments, prevent health disorders, and restore the body's vital life force.
Jin Shin works with the spiritual root of an imbalance by releasing muscular tension and harmonizing the body's life force to aid healing. The Jin Shin style holds two or more acupressure points using both hands to apply light to deep pressure. Jin Shin Acupressure can be used with other forms, or by itself, to balance the energy flow. Translated as the Art of the Compassionate Spirit, the Taoists throughout Asia, including the Shinto Temples in Japan.
Jin Shin Acupressure, an ancient healing art was developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago. Using the power and sensitivity of the hand, acupressure is effective in the relief of stress related ailments, self-treatment and preventive health care. Acupressure releases tension, increases circulation, reduces pain, and develops vibrant health.
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