In Movement With Jin Shin Jyutsu
What you'll learn
- How to improve your general sense of well-being by using your hands.
- Simple sequences of hand-placement that help with daily stress and tension
- The basic principles of Jin Shin Jyutsu.
- There are no prerequisites for this class.
What if you could place your hands on your body and help yourself calm down, feel better, clear your mind? There is a millennia-old tradition of people using their own hands to alleviate mental, emotional, and bodily discomforts. We hold our wrist and we feel relaxed. When we are uncertain, we fold our arms in front of the body. These are not just personal quirks or cultural accidents - it is a genetic memory of long-forgotten knowledge on how we can help ourselves through our hands.
In this class, I will introduce you to the principles of an ancient healing art that helps us release tension and boosts our innate healing abilities. It is powerful, it is versatile, it comes with no side effects or contraindications, it can be practiced together with any other modality including conventional medicine, and above else – it requires only our two hands and nothing else.
Who this course is for:
Tatiana Stantcheva received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in Theoretical Astrophysics. She is a Professor of Physics at Northern Virginia Community College, where she teaches, mentors junior faculty, and advises and coaches students. Maintaining a private coaching practice, she is also a member of the American Physical Society, the American Association of Physics Teachers, and the International Coach Federation.
In her spare time, Tatiana volunteers with hospice patients, practices Yoga and QiGong, and shares her philosophical insights on life in her blog column Effortless Reality. She also maintains the Travelersguidetohealing.info website dedicated to the healing art of Jin Shin Jyutsu.