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You can expect to be relaxing on a massage table for an hour receiving Jin Shin Jyutsu. Julianne will place her hands on two different Safety Energy Locks  (SEL’s) at a time to alleviate any blockages in a set sequence (flow) with the intention to harmonize your body.


Julianne has a particular interest in helping and supporting children and teenagers with learning challenges through Jin Shin Jyutsu. JSJ can be used for any challenge.


What can I expect during a session?

The patient remains clothed and lies face up on a cushioned treatment table; there is no massage or manipulation of muscles involved. Treatments are non-invasive, using only the hands. Applied treatments and self-help instruction runs one hour in length. Your first visit might be one hour and fifteen minutes in length.

What might I experience while on the massage table?

The response to a treatment is unique to each individual. Patients have said that they experience an increased sense of well-being, deep relaxation and renewed energy, as well as relief from the symptoms of stress related disorders. The more chronic the condition the longer it may take to get better, though improvement in symptoms may be almost immediate.

What should I wear to the session?

It is suggested you wear loose, comfortable clothing. You will remove your shoes, watches, belts and jewelry.

Should I eat before my treatment?

It is recommended that you receive a treatment on an empty stomach. If you eat before a treatment it is recommended it be a light meal or snack, such a fresh fruit or energy bar.

Can I have a Jin Shin Jyutsu treatment if I am on medication?

YES! Jin Shin Jyutsu is an adjunct – not a replacement – for medical science. It is complimentary and co-operates with medical protocols and medications. JSJ is not a substitute for medical care.

Is it safe to have a treatment if I am pregnant?

Jin Shin Jyutsu is excellent for preparing the body for your pregnancy, and to maintain health during your pregnancy. As the Art works with subtle energies of your body it can ease pregnancy discomforts, as well as support the development of your unborn child. It is also used during labor in some hospital settings.

Where is Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) being done?

Skilled practitioners trained in this non-invasive Healing Art provide treatments in hospitals and in Integrative Medical Centers in collaboration with medical doctors, surgeons, hospice, psychiatrists and other health providers. Also, many practitioners throughout the world provide JSJ in their own private practice.

Can I continue the effects of my JSJ treatment and help myself to heal?

YES! A major component of JSJ is how you can take care of your own health by applying your own hands to specific “points” on your body to relieve pain or stress and to bring the body into balance. This is Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help. See the Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help section of web site.

Should I have Jin Shin Jyutsu treatments if I feel well?

YES! Jin Shin Jyutsu is an excellent tool to maintain your health and prevent the onset of dis-ease. Be proactive!