Previous experience not needed to attend Part 1. Anyone can participate and learn about this physio-philosophy, experience universal awareness awaken within you, and feel your daily tensions melt away. This is an amazing opportunity to learn from a highly experienced instructor/practitioner how to use our hands to harmonize energy in our own bodies and the bodies of others. When our energy is harmonized, the body can heal itself. I hope you can join our wonderful community. Connect below to ask questions. The requirement to attend Part 2 is the attendance of Part 1.
The 5-Day Basic Seminar is for those who want to study and practice Jin Shin Jyutsu and to apply the Art on themselves and others, being the testimony of this simple, profound Art of Living, made known to us by Mary Burmeister and Jiro Murai.
Each seminar consists of two parts:
Part 1, the foundation, introduces the dynamic qualities of the 26 Safety Energy Locks, the Trinity Flows, the concepts of Depths within the body, and the Physio-Philosophy of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Interspersed with lecture are ample periods of hands-on application.
Part 2 (prerequisite: Part 1) introduces the 12 organ flows, listening to pulses, the Special Body Flows and how these contribute to harmonizing body, mind and spirit.
Ian Harris spent his early years playing and studying music and riding his bicycle for fun and work, and studying Tai Chi, Meditation, eastern philosophy and yoga – in pursuit of a deeper awareness of himself and the universe. In 1982 he was introduced to Jin Shin Jyutsu to receive sessions and soon thereafter attended his first seminar with Mary Burmeister. He found in Jin Shin Jyutsu the common thread which tied all these other interests together and helped shed light on the many puzzles of life. For more than 30 years he has been practicing this art and since 2000 has been teaching the Basic 5 day Seminar. Originally attracted by the simplicity of JSJ and by Mary’s joy and straightforward manner in her teaching, Ian aims to bring these qualities to his seminars. And so in class we can all relax and enjoy the unfolding of this Art.