36 Hour Jin Shin Jyutsu® Self-Help Certification Program hosted by Alexis Brink with Patricia Muehsam, M.D.
October 13th-15th & 20-22nd
Whether you desire to obtain a deeper understanding of your body, mind and spirit, gain the tools necessary to work on specific projects for yourself or others or to simply create a foundation for a daily Jin Shin Jyutsu® maintenance program, Beginnings 1: 36 Hour Self-Help Intensive Training at the Jin Shin Institute is the perfect place to start.
Jin Shin Jyutsu History and Philosophy
Mudras, Hands and Breathing
The First 3
Listening to Pulse
Safety Energy Locations (SELs)
Understanding the MCS, Supervisor and Mediator Flows
How to work on family and friends
TEST AND CERTIFICATION
A score of 85% on your final review will be needed in order to receive your Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help Certificate at the end of the intensive.
Beginnings 1 will be held over two consecutive weekends.
October 13th - 23rd
Fridays | 4:00pm -8:00pm
Saturdays and Sundays | 10:00am - 5:00pm
Jin Shin Institute
*limited partial scholarships are available for those who qualify
For more information or to register please email email@example.com.
A $250 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your space, the remainder of the balance is due by no later than 10/6/17.
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTORS
Alexis Brink, LMT, a certified practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu since 1991, has maintained a private practice in New York City for the past 26 years. She has taught Jin Shin Jyutsu for Self-Help at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, the NY Open Center, The JCC of Manhattan, in the New York City Public School System and throughout the United States and Europe. Alexis introduced Jin Shin Jyutsu in her native country, Holland as well as in Belgium. In 2015 she became the chosen successor of Jin Shin Institute, founded by Pamela Markarian Smith.
PATRICIA MUEHSAM, M.D.
Patricia A. Muehsam, M.D. has been a pioneer in the field of alternative medicine since the early 1990s, as a physician practitioner, educator and research scientist. Founder of the Association of American Medical Colleges’ first initiative for curriculum development in alternative and complementary medicine, her work laid the groundwork for the changes witnessed in medical education today.