jin shin jyutsu

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jin shin jyutsu

Bodywork
A Japanese form of acupressure based on gentle touching and cradling of the body rather than massage; the practitioner identifies zones of compromised flow of energy chi (life force) by pulse diagnosis and then attempts to harmonise the body, mind and spirit, simultaneously touching a combination of 2 of 26 “safety energy locks” located along the body’s energy pathways so as to redirect the patient’s intrinsic life forces to unblock the flow of energy.
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Jin shin do

, Jin shin jyutsu (jin shin dō) (joo′tsoo) [Japanese, way of the compassionate spirit]
A form of acupressure used by practitioners of alternative medicine and conventional health care providers to treat selected health problems.
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