Jin Shin Jyutsu is the art of using light, gentle touch to restore the body’s natural energy flow. Crystal singing bowls bathe you with soothing, calming sounds and healing vibrations which promote a peaceful state and support the body’s natural healing ability. This is a wonderful combination of breath work accompanied by the soothing sounds of crystal singing bowls. Two complementary modalities will relax and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Participants will learn Jin Shin Jyutsu self help techniques they can use at home.
Susan has focused her life’s work on caring for others by teaching health to middle & high school students, training people in CPR, caring for the sick, and counseling families. She began her career as a Registered Nurse with a BS in Health Science; continued to get her MS in Marriage and Family Therapy, studied positive psychology, is a Board Certified Holistic Integrative Nurse Coach and has studied Jin Shin Jyutsu since 1998. With her diverse background, she applies the philosophy of Jin Shin Jyutsu both as a practitioner and self-help instructor.
Instinctually, people place their hands on their body to soothe themselves. JIN SHIN JYUTSU is an ancient Japanese art that involves the application of the fingers and hands for gently balancing the flow of energy in the bodyto reduce stress, create harmony, relieve pain and alleviate chronic and acute conditions. By using JSJ we can open energy pathways in the body which may have become blocked. An ancient practice, it was rediscovered in the early 1900's by Master Jiro Murai, of Japan, who believed that the ability to use this Art is born in all of us. JinShin Jyutsu works to both restore and prevent, to helpourselves keep healthy, happy and youthful. It may be used by those experiencing stress or health disharmonies or for those who simply wish to maintain health and well-being.
JSJ as a therapeutic modality is used at medical centers such as: University of Kentucky Cancer Hospital, Morristown Medical Center, and University of San Diego Medical Center. Jin Shin Jyutsu is perfect for anyone wishing to maintain his or her health, harmony and well-being and is an ideal complement to Singing Bowls. Susan teaches simple, easy to learnself-methods, which can be practiced anytime, anywhere to strengthen and revitalize the body.
Maria is a passionate individual whose life-long journey in personal self-improvement has led her to helping others through her work as a Reiki Master and with sound, including crystal singing bowls, Tibetan bowls, tuning forks and chimes. She attended the Sage Academy of Sound Energy, Sound Healing Retreat Intensive. She is a certified Tibetan Tones vibrational practitioner through Sonic Wellness Institute. Maria attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition health coaching program and is a graduate of the Dietetic Technician program from Suffolk County Community College. Maria has completed Acutonics level two student tuning fork practitioner certification. Maria believes in supporting the body’s natural healing ability through meditation, relaxation and vibration. Research shows that sound can have a positive effect on the autonomic nervous system, the endocrine and the immune system. Sound affects us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Just like music flows, sound helps stuck emotions be released and we know the key to our emotions is to keep them flowing. Through the use of various sound tools many experience emotional releases that transforms their lives. Sound accesses altered states of consciousness and awakens our Spirit.
Quartz crystal amplifies and transforms energy making the crystal singing bowls, also called intention bowls, a great accompaniment to the healing modalities of Jin Shin Jyutus and Reiki. The sounds of the crystal singing bowls entrain with your bodies’ energy sending you into a deeply relaxed state. Sound shifts you out of fight or flight state we have all come accustomed to into a relaxed and renewed state and it is in the relaxed state that we support the body’s natural healing ability
Maria J. Maier