Alexis Brink, LMT, is a practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu® since 1991, has maintained a private practice in New York City and is the new President of the Jin Shin Institute. She has taught classes in Jin Shin Jyutsu® at the JCC of Manhattan and at the New York Open Center. She offers study and mentor groups, as well as private tutorials and apprenticeships. In addition, she has taught Self Help classes to nurses and other medical professionals at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Integrative Services and Valley Hospital in NJ. And students and teachers in the New York City Public School System. She introduced Jin Shin Jyustu® in her native country Holland, and continues to teach in the US and Europe.
Patty Bayer Troup, credentialed Jin Shin Jyutsu® practitioner and Self-Help instructor, was introduced to the ancient Japanese art over twenty years ago. Regular visits to a practitioner along with daily self-help Jin Shin Jyutsu, sustained her during her thirty six year career on Wall Street. Currently, Patty devotes all of her time to her professional Jin Shin Jyutsu practice. She teaches Self-help and also volunteers Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions with cancer patients and caregivers at Ronald McDonald House and Hope Lodge in NYC. To learn more about Patty visit her website: http://www.gentlehealing.nyc
Lisa Klitses has devoted years to the study of Jin Shin Jyutsu® and her knowledge is palpable when she places her hands on you. She is forever in curious wonder as to how she can help you find balance and union with your body, mind and spirit. Her compassion and love for Jin Shin Jyutsu® is expressed in her work and towards those she helps. Having experienced her own chronic pain in the past and the many stresses of life, she possesses an understanding of what it means to maintain and sustain ones self towards living a healthy life. She teaches self help and has dedicated her time and work to families dealing with Cancer as she has volunteered at the Hope Lodge, Ronald McDonald house and has helped so many others in her private practice dealing with the physical and emotional stresses of treatment.