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The Art of Energy Healing.
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Alexis Brink, LMT, is a practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu®. A Jin Shin Jyutsu® practitioner uses both hands (referred to as "jumper cables") to hold a combination of Safety Energy Locations. SELs are the area in the body that can become congested and can lock up. When this happens, energy cannot flow freely. This pattern will cause disharmony or disease.

As the SELs release and balance is restored, the client experiences physical, mental and spiritual harmony. By using our hands and placing them on certain areas, we can open the SELs and release the congestion. The energy flow can now move uninterrupted, down the front of the body and up the back. When all the energy is flowing in harmony, there is a sense of well-being and happiness. It is in this state, that healing can occur.
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The Pain Free Zone: Alexis Brink & Jin Shin Jyutsu
Alexis explains Jin Shin Jyutsu, a form of energy medicine originating in Japan. She uses my hands as jumper cables on herself and others to harmonize the energy in the body, mind, and spirit to maintain optimal health and feel great.
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Alexis Brink
Alexis Brink, LMT, is a practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu® since 1991, has maintained a private practice in New York City and is the new President of the Jin Shin Institute. She has taught classes in Jin Shin Jyutsu® at the JCC of Manhattan and at the New York Open Center. She offers study and mentor groups, as well as private tutorials and apprenticeships. In addition, she has taught Self Help classes to nurses and other medical professionals at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Integrative Services and Valley Hospital in NJ. And students and teachers in the New York City Public School System. She introduced Jin Shin Jyustu® in her native country Holland, and continues to teach in the US and Europe.

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