ONLINE - Jin Shin Jyutsu: Self-Help for the Cancer Patient

ONLINE - Jin Shin Jyutsu: Self-Help for the Cancer Patient

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Alexis Brink

A cancer diagnosis can leave one feeling afraid and powerless. Tthe Japanese healing art of Jin Shin Jyutsu provides a program to help those who have been diagnosed regain command of their body, mind, and spirit. You will walk away from this workshop with specific tools to help promote healing within the body. This course is designed for people currently undergoing treatment for cancer, who have recently completed treatment, and caregivers.

Alexis Brink is the author of "The Art of Jin Shin" and the President of Jin Shin Institute in New York City. A practitioner of the Art of Jin Shin since 1991, Alexis is a licensed massage therapist and interfaith minister and has taught self-help classes and workshops in New York City as well as in different countries for many years. She has taught Jin Shin in hospitals to nurses and to teachers and their students in the public school system. Today, Jin Shin Institute under Alexis's guidance is offering a comprehensive curriculum to a new generation of practitioners and teachers.

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