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.
The Art of Jin Shin is a Japanese energy healing modality similar to acupuncture, though hands are used instead of needles. Placing hands on specific locations of the body works as jumper cables to harmonize energy flow in the body so that it can function optimally and the body can heal itself.
You might be surprised to learn that the majority of today’s most common ailments including anxiety, backaches, colds and flu, digestive issues, immune disorders, migraines, and insomnia, can be alleviated naturally by restoring and harmonizing blocked, stagnant energy. The art of Jin Shin, based on the Japanese healing art of energy medicine, is practiced throughout the world. While related to acupressure and massage therapy, this holistic practice uses only minimal pressure and gentle touching with the fingers and hands to redirect or unblock the flow of energy along the body’s fifty-two points (twenty-six on each side of the body)—called Safety Energy Locations, or SELs—areas where energy tends to get congested. This simple, non-invasive process allows your body’s energy to flow smoothly, and with balance restored, you will experience a sense of well-being and calm. 1
In this episode of HealthMade radio Dr. Michael Karlfeldt discusses with Alex Brink the art of Jin Shin:
The Simple holding techniques to harmonize the body
Balancing through breath
Universal Energy and the philosophy of Jin Shin connection of the body, mind, spirit