Jin Shin Jyutsu Certification Course Begins in September in Morristown
As healthcare shifts toward prevention, the demand for holistic practitioners who are certified is increasing. To help meet that need, Atlantic Health System and the Mary Burmeister Institute are pleased to present its professional practitioner certification training in the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu. This three-level course—Foundations, Developing Proficiency and Excellence in Practice—will prepare the student to meet certification criteria, and provide the knowledge and skills needed to practice Jin Shin Jyutsu in a variety of professional settings. The course begins September 13 and runs for nine weekends over a period of one year. No prior experience is necessary.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a gentle, non-invasive form of energy medicine that originated in Japan in the early 1900s. It utilizes unique and detailed diagrams of the major energy channels within the body and 26 sets of key locations used to restore harmony and balance. It is an effective component of integrative care, and a valuable modality for self-care.
Participants will experience a newly designed core curriculum, which includes supervised hands-on practice, integrative anatomy and physiology and professional practices. Upon course completion, the participant will be eligible to apply for certification and earn the certification credential. Successful completion awards 151 CE to nurses and massage therapists.